Robot expansion shield for i2c, LEDs, switches and motor driverDesigned by Wes G Mechatronics in Canada
What is it? A robot has to be able to control things and this Arduino MEGA shield allows just that. It contains connections for 10 LEDs, 2 switches, 1 motor driver and 6 i2c connections. It also ha...Read More…
A robot has to be able to control things and this Arduino MEGA shield allows just that. It contains connections for 10 LEDs, 2 switches, 1 motor driver and 6 i2c connections. It also has 2 SMD status LEDs to show power and another custom element.
I am building a robot that I call FloatBot. It uses an Arduino MEGA, Raspberry Pi, GPS antenna and numerous external sensors that connect to the Arduino. This shield can keep those connections stable and organized. Together with a 3D printed plate, all of the electronics are safely laid out.
Sometimes you need a little something to take that extra step and an Arduino MEGA shield to organize your sensors is a good way to do that. Instead of using a prototype breadboard or jumper cables, make custom cables with locking connectors to withstand vibration and motion.
No other components are included. As an expansion board, this shield simply requires connectors to whatever sensors you want to connect. That means:
The i2c connectors are wired to the i2c bus with the standard SDA/SCL pins.
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