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LCDs & Displays

  • $4.90

    This is a 20W adjustable DC-DC buck converter module with digital display. It is based on LM2596 3A step-down voltage regulator and supports an input of 0~40V DC with an accuracy of ± 0.05V. On a regular buck converter there is no display and you have to measure the output manually with a multim...

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    $4.90
  • $119.00

    LA104 is small and portable, easy to use and carry; It is an instrument that analyzes the logical relationship of a digital system. It can collect and store multi-channel digital signals and visually display the timing relationships of these signals on the screen; 2.8 inch TFT LCD screen makes re...

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    $119.00
  • $6.50

    Grove - RGB LED Stick (15-WS2813 Mini) is a cost-effective full color LED stick with 15 chainable and programmable WS2813 mini LEDs.

    $6.50
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    $299.00

    Creoqode Lyra is a handheld game console.   Powered by Raspberry Pi CM3L (Compute Module 3 Lite), Lyra will be your game console, personal computer and entertainment system at the same time.  Lyra brings all the history of video gaming in the palm of your hands. It can virtually emulate any g...

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    $299.00
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    $16.40

    The visible portion of the OLED measures 1.12” diagonally and contains 96x96 grayscale pixels. Because the display uses OLEDs, there is no backlight, and the contrast is very high.This OLED uses the SSD1327 driver chip, which manages the display. You can communicate to the driver chip using 4-wir...

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    $16.40
  • $17.50

    Compared to LCD, OLED screens have a number of advantages such as high brightness, self-emission, high contrast ratio, slim / thin outline, wide viewing angle, wide temperature range, and low power consumption. Features Grove compatible interface Communicate Mode:I2C Low power consumption Displa...

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    $17.50
  • $6.50

    A 4 digit display module usually uses 12 pins. In this Grove gadget the TM1637 is used to scale down the control pins into two Grove pins. This way It only takes two digital pins from an Arduino to control the content on the display, this even includes the luminance of the display. For projects t...

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    $6.50
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