Making it easy to connect analog signals to your Arduino AND fit in a 3D printed case.Designed by I-make-robots in Canada
What is it? A PCB that makes it neat and tidy to connect up to six 3-wire connections - from, say, analog inputs - to the analog pins on your Arduino UNO compatible boards. Can be soldered so that...Read More…
A PCB that makes it neat and tidy to connect up to six 3-wire connections - from, say, analog inputs - to the analog pins on your Arduino UNO compatible boards. Can be soldered so that it hangs off the side of your Arduino for easy and elegant case design.
When I designed the Sixi Joystick I needed six analog input connections to an Arduino. Normally that would mean a breadboard and a mess of wires, or a PCB shield that covers the whole top of the Arduino and leaves wires sticking straight up. I didn't like any of that.
We use it in a real joystick solving real problems.
Make sure to solder the right angle pins LAST.
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Canada Post: Padded envelope, ground shipping, no tracking
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Canada Post: Always includes tracking.
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