A kit containing a 40-pin USBStem module, 40-pin mini breakout board board and a USB A to mini B cable; a $23 savings over buying everything separately. Order now and get started.
A kit containing a 40-pin EtherStem module, 40-pin mini breakout board and a USB A to mini B cable and an Ethernet cable; a $23 savings over buying everything separately. Easy to order and get started.
The 40-pin USBStem module is a general purpose embedded I/O module with a USB 2.0 interface.
The ETH008 Ethernet relay board provides 8 voltage-free contact relay outputs with a current rating of up to 16A each. This module is controlled over TCP/IP via Ethernet and is powered via 12VDC supply, either regulated or unregulated.
The dS1242 is an Ethernet connected relay module featuring 2 channels of 16Amp 250Vac relays. Each relay has both normally open (NO) and normally closed (NC) as well as the common available on three terminals.
The dS3484 Ethernet controlled relay board provides 8 digital switching I/O channels and 4 voltage-free contact relay outputs with a current rating of up to 16A each. Controlled over TCP/IP via Ethernet or USB for development.
EtherStem 1.0 module is a general purpose embedded I/O module with TCP/IP interfacing support.
The USBRLY16-B provides eight volt free contact relay outputs with a current rating of up to 16Amp each. The processor is powered and instructed from any standard USB bus and the relay power is obtained by the DC power input adaptor.
The ETH002 Ethernet relay board has 2 voltage-free contact SPCO relay outputs with a current rating of up to 16A each, all controlled over TCP/IP via Ethernet. It’s powered via a 12VDC supply, which can be either regulated or unrelated, and the 2.1mm DC input jack has a positive core polarity.
This Devantech 8-channel USB relay module is both powered and controlled by a standard USB bus hub. It uses relays with premium ultra-low power 50mW coil types, which means that the board’s consumption of current is less than 100mA, even with all the relays on, for excellent energy efficiency.
This Devantech USB relay board provides 2 voltage-free contact relay outputs with a current rating of up to 16A each. Powered and controlled from any standard USB bus, does not require any additional power.
The USB-RLY82 USB controlled relay board provides 2 voltage-free contact relay outputs with a current rating of up to 16A each. Powered and controlled from the USB bus, this board features premium ultra low power 50mW coils.
This breakout board provides easy access to the capabilities of Acroname 40-pin BrainStem, and is perfect for those looking to get started with the BrainStem. This breakout board can be powered from USB, ensuring a portable and easy-to-use development platform for 40-pin BrainStem.
A precision case for Devantech ETH008. Includes mounting holes for fixing to wall or back panel and includes all screws to mount the Devantech ETH008 relay board inside.
Adapter for communicating to I2C, SPI and serial buses from a USB port. Output pins may alternatively be configured as general purpose digital input/output and analog inputs.
INTERFACE EFFICIENTLY: The Devantech USB to I2C module provides a complete interface between your PC and the I2C bus.
A precision case for Devantech ETH002 relay board. Includes screws for mounting the Devantech ETH002 relay module inside.
Devantech self-powered USB to RS485 adapter with support for baud rates up to 250kbps, automatic bus turn-around, and buses up to 128 devices.
A specialized multiplexer that uses R/C servo signals as a basis for input control and output signals. The RxMux allows control of 8 R/C servos from two different input signal sources. Signal sources can come from R/C receivers, autopilots, or microcontrollers that are connected to the RxMux input pins. The RxMux is perfect for autonomous control of UAVs, drove and other remote control systems.
This connector converts a serial or UART signal from TTL to RS-232 levels. Included are indicator LEDs for host serial power and TTL logic power.
This serial adapter bridges UART serial data to USB as a virtual serial port. The connector allows you to communicate with a device that requires serial data at common serial baud rates.