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Microcontrollers and development boards

You will find here a large choice of microcontrollers, designed for many different applications: management of neural networks or real-time image processing, small prototyping, technology lessons, robotics research projects, mobile robotics, robotics competitions...

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A dedicated USB cable/jack to connect your Odroid boards to a USB host.

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A complete set of BBC micro:bit boards and accessories to start a programming workshop with 10 groups of pupils of all ages from primary school onwards.

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With the 16 GB eMMC ODROID-XU3/XU4 Module, you get 16 GB of memory and the most recent version, ensuring full compatibility with the ODROID-XU3 and XU4 boards.

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Let us introduce you to ElecFreaks’ micro:servo for micro:bit: lightweight, ultra-compact and easily integrated into your miniature robotics projects.

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This ElecFreaks battery holder can power your projects on micro:bit.

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A small direct current submersible pump, easy to install!

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We can always do with an additional power supply, in particular given the huge range of projects possible on the Odroid XU4 and the NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit.

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A 5V/2A charger for U3/1/C1+/C0/C2 Odroid boards, compatible with UE type plugs.

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If you want to offer your Odroid C1+ or C0 board a little extra data storage space, you’ll need this 8 GB eMMC C1+/C0 Linux Module.

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Need a boost for your Odroid XU4 board? The 8 GB ODROID-XU3/XU4 eMMC Module should do the job no problem!

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Enrich your experience with the little ring:bit robot with these compatible accessories that you can program on micro:bit.

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The light-as-a-feather Adafruit Feather M0 Adalogger development board has a huge memory to cover all your datalogging needs. Want more? It also includes a microSD card holder!

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The Feather M0 Proto module is part of the Feather range of miniature development and prototyping boards. Why M0? Because it houses an ATSAMD21G18 ARM Cortex M0, a processor that will really give you wings!

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The Adalogger FeatherWing adds both a battery-backed real time clock and microSD card storage to any Feather main board, and you can connect it in the blink of an eye!

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The Arduino Due is the first Arduino board that is based on an ARM Cortex-M3 CPU which makes the Arduino Due the most powerful Arduino board.

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The Arduino Mega 2560, which replaced the Arduino Mega board, has now been upgraded for a third time to make it both more powerful and easier to use for your electronics and robotics projects!

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The Mini 05 from Arduino is mini only in name: more powerful, more ergonomic – yet just as simple to use as the last version!

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This Arduino Nano 3.0 board is based on the ATmega328 microcontroller. This Arduino board is breadboard-friendly.

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This 3rd generation of the famous Uno prototyping and learning platform – the Arduino model of reference – offers all the advantages of the Duemilanove while adding some useful updates of its own, notably concerning its interface hardware.

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Ultra-compatible, easy to use, designed for rapid programming and quick creations, the DFR0225 Romeo V2 board has more than one trick up its sleeve!

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The Arduino-Compatible Flora Wearable Sensor will open the doors to a whole new world of connected, wearable electronics: a true little marvel, by Adafruit!

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Now even stronger and better designed, BitBot XL is the micro:bit programmable robot that has replaced the standard BitBot platform.

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The Bitcar robotic kit is based on the features of the BBC micro:bit board and the Grove system. The result is an autonomous and customizable vehicle, to be programmed on MakeCode.

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Seeed Studio's BitMaker expansion board offers the ideal solution for micro:bit fans who also love the simplicity of Grove System.

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