Brand: SainSmart

Sensor Shield V4 Module

SKU: 101-50-107 2 reviews Variants ID: 45099727060
$9.99

Sensor Shield V4.0 for Arduino allows you to connect to various modules like sensors, servos, relays, buttons, potentiometers

  • Buckled Analog Port:Handy, solid connection to 6 Analog inputs with VCC/GND
  • Digital IO port:13 ports prepared to digital modules or servos
  • Analog IO Port:2.54 grid male pin header connections
  • Buckled Communication Port:Selectable between I2C and UART
  • Compatible with: Arduino Duemilanove UNO Mega2560 ATMEL
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DESCRIPTION
Sensor Shield V4.0 allows you to connect to various modules like sensors, servos, relays, buttons, potentiometers.just plug & play! Each functional module has buckled port with VCC, GND and Output, which has corresponding port on the Sensor Shield, connected with a plain 2.54mm dual-female cable you may start playing already. Buckled brick cables are like cement for bricks, make the connections easier, secure and more professional looking.
  • Operating Voltage: 5VDC
  • Input Voltage (recommended): 7-12VDC
  • Input Voltage (limits):  6-20VDC
  • Buckled Analog Port:Handy, solid connection to 6 Analog inputs with VCC/GND
  • Digital IO port:13 ports prepared to digital modules or servos
  • Analog IO Port:2.54 grid male pin header connections
  • Buckled Communication Port:Selectable between I2C and UART
  • Compatible with: Arduino Duemilanove UNO Mega2560 ATMEL
 

 

 WHAT'S IN THE PACKAGE
  • 1 x Sensor Shield V4 Module
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12/01/2013
Gary
Pinout needed and connectors supplied would be nice

Arduinos are nice and small but somewhat of a pain to interface to. Of course, you can use separate jumper wires to solderless breadboards or other discretes, like pots. A problem with jumpers is that you can spend too much time troubleshooting bad connections and can easily mis-wire. This shield solves part of this problem because it has connectors for at least the analog inputs and easy to use male header pins for the digital I/O and analog as well. You can use a standard 3 pin headers, or larger, for the digital I/O (or 3 separate pins). When I use separate pins, I usually "super glue" them together. The analog inputs can also use 3 pin buckled connectors. Unfortunately, they are not the "standard" ones I use. I think that mating connectors and pins should be provided even if the price has to go up. Shipping costs get out of hand when you have to place a small order. Since the analog is also provided on 3 pin male headers, you don't HAVE to use mating buckled connectors. IIC/Comm I/O is provided via a 4 pin buckled connector. Apparently, you select which one you want via "jumpers", also NOT provided. If you've used hard drives, you probably have these lying around so this is not a big issue. The main reason I gave this a "4" for value is that no pinout or schematic is provided. While most everything is labeled well enough, there are two unpopulated headers, J1 and J2. Where do these go? There is also a diode, capacitor, and two resistors. Where do these go? No schematic or pinout is provided and I couldn't find any by looking online at similar shields on other sites. Shipping is free but you'll have to wait several weeks for these to arrive. I ordered two because they were on sale and that way I can more or less dedicate a shield to a project if it makes sense. I already do this with Mega 2560s since they can be purchased pretty cheaply at some places.

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07/13/2012
Nick
Nice shield for me

When I received the shipment, I mounted it onto Mega 2560 and plug it into LCD2004. I was having fun. Very nice shield.