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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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The Odroid XU4 board is innovative at many levels. However, it presents a compatibility problem with the 40-pin GPIO standard introduced by the Raspberry Pi B+. A problem the developers have fixed with the Odroid XU4 Shifter Shield!

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The C1 development board by HardKennel has disappeared from the shelves to make way to the new Odroid C1+, an Android microcontroller featuring subtle improvements which won’t go unnoticed by aficionados.

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Your Odroid C2 or C1+ board from Hardkernel is precious: protect it with this case!

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A small direct current submersible pump, easy to install!

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Need extra memory for your Odroid XU3 or XU4 board? Discover the eMMC 32 GB module!

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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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A wireless controller that feels like controllers from the most popular consoles: the BitPlayer expansion board allows you to control your creation remotely, like a pro.

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The best of Arduino combined in a single programming board: check out this SparkFun RedBoard, which can be programmed using the Arduino IDE and a simple USB connection!

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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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€84.90

The BBC micro:bit board can teach you a lot about robotics, as proven by this micro:bot kit designed by SparkFun!

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

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

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Turn your micro:bit microcontroller into a gateway to the Grove system and discover new applications to program with the Grove Shield 2.0 for 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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This micro:bit motor and servo expansion board allows you to drive up to 2 motors and 3 servos from a single micro:bit board.

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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 moto:bit carrier board provides accessible support for novice roboticists to create their first robotic platform with micro:bit.

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Check out this Makeblock Me Auriga Board, a new and improved Arduino-compatible version of the Orion board.

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€48.50

Give your next electronics project a sense of rhythm thanks to this SparkFun MP3 Trigger with 18 logic inputs.

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Gator:bit is a carrier board intended for both teachers and beginners in robotics. It allows a fast and secure connection of your modules, motors and other accessories.

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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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Easy to connect and program, accessible to programmers of all levels, the Orion mainboard (based on Arduino Uno) by Makeblock will make all your robotics projects simpler.

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