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An OKdo high quality and reliable plug-in AC-DC adapter for converting AC mains current into a 3A, 5.1V power using a USB-C type connector. With a power rating of 15.3W, this power supply comes with four regional interchangeable heads.
£7.76 incl. VAT
BeagleBone® Blue is an all-in-one Linux-based computer for mobile robotics. Fully open source and actively supported by a strong community, the real-time performance, flexible networking, and rich set of robotics-oriented capabilities make building mobile robots with BeagleBone® Blue fast, streamlined, affordable, and fun. Integrating onto a single, small (3.5" x 2.15") board, the Octavo OSD3358 microprocessor together is supported with WiFi/Bluetooth, IMU/barometer, charging/power management and state-of-charge LEDs for a 2-cell LiPo battery, H-Bridges and discrete connectors for 4 DC motors+encoders, 8 servos, and all of the commonly-needed buses for additional peripherals in embedded applications.
£79.62 incl. VAT
Want to create HD video and still photographs from your Raspberry Pi or Compute Module? Well picture this: Utilising the IMX219PQ image sensor from Sony which offers high-speed video imaging and high sensitivity, The Raspberry Pi HD Camera Module V2 includes 8 megapixels of high quality imaging, reduced image contamination and automatic control functions such as exposure control, white balance and luminance detection. Whether you are trying out time-lapse or doing some wildlife watching, there is plenty to play with here.
£23.83 incl. VAT
If you are looking for a development board for a more complex project, the Arduino Mega 2560 is for you. Ideal for use in 3D printing and robotics, this handy bit of kit is based on the ATmega2560 Microcontroller, and can be used both standalone or connected to a PC. Amongst other fantastic features, with 54 x digital I/O pins, 16 Analogue inputs and 4 UART, it will certainly keep you busy.
£35.23 incl. VAT
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