Let's Make Robots!
The idea of a DIP socket is to allow easy insertion/replacement of chips in existing circuits. Read more
New to microcontrollers? You can't get much simpler than the PICAXE. And here's the introduction you need to get used to them! 3 Read more
The PICAXE-18A IC is a tiny single-chip computer that you can program in a graphical flowchart-like language or easy to learn BASIC. It's a solid, middle-range … Read more
The PICAXE Experimenters Kit is a flexible PICAXE development board for 8, 18, and 28-pin PICAXE ICs. It includes all the parts and pieces to get started building … Read more
USB compatible! The PICAXE Experimenters Kit is a flexible PICAXE development board for 8, 18, and 28-pin PICAXE ICs. It includes all the parts and pieces to get … Read more
Missed the 2nd year of MAKE magazine? Published by O'Reilly Media, it's been A-1 quality right from the first issue! Read more
This 3.6V 300mAH rechargeable Ni-Cad battery contains three cells in a triangular arrangement Read more
This 4.8V 60mAh rechargeable Ni-Cad battery contains four vertically-stacked cells. Read more
This chip contains four independent operational amplifiers with supply voltages up to 32V. We stock these in response to interest in the "Hider" project. Read more
The main feature of solar car is that the 140 motor is powered by solar energy.And its four wheels are made from solid rubber with a spring shock absorber … Read more
Price: $23 USD
well yeha this is it  i was hoping to use it to record conversations and create cheap robic speech( kinda but the robot would speek ,not understand). but i dont … Read more
3/4" Suction cup, with 1/4" nub. Just as shown. Read more
Price: $12 USD
Originally it was an oil lantern, with a smd LED, a circuit board, a toggle switch and a 9V battery, it can be converted to a fantastic classical lantern LED light, … Read more
Price: $4 USD
2-5/8" diameter wheels for the GM2/3/8/9 gear motor. Size: 6.8 x 0.7 x 5.0 cm Weight: 0.010 kg Read more
For some robot hobbyist, the function of PC mouse isn’t just serving for computer, with its case, we can build a lovely robot kit. Read more
TTL serial converter cable which will allow for a simple way to connect serial TTL level devices to USB. No MAX232 or other level converters needed. It works very … Read more
Buy an Orangutan USB programmer with your Orangutan SV-328 and save! Read more
DAGU electronics recently sent me some omni wheels and ball casters to check out. These are great for robots! The double omni wheels have strong steel shafts … Read more
Price: $12.9 USD
If you've been thinking your robot needs more memory or the ability to record/playback sounds like Frits's Drum machine or even if you just want to play with i2c … Read more
This is an educational robot kit produced by Dagu electronics based on the atmega 8 processor. The kit comes with all parts including a manual, CD, serial cable and … Read more