TinkerKit Sensor Shield V.2
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S.h.i.e.l.d. "TinkerKit Sensor Shield V.2" allows you to easily connect the sensors and actuators TinkerKit.
No need to utiser a breadboard, and seamless, simply use the TinkerKit 3 wire cables to power and use different sensors and actuators of the Tinker It range.
The shield has 12 connectors 3 points to connect devices Tinker It.
6 named I0 to I5 connectors are analog inputs and 6 O0 connectors at 05 are outputs analog connected on the pins that can achieve the output PWM of the Arduino.
It is possible to change the assignment of the connectors output O0 to 05 digital inputs to use the sensor in value all or nothing (high or low state), but not for purely analog sensors.
The mapping of the pines on the Arduino is the following:
- PIN 11 on the Arduino is wired on O0 on the shield.
- Pin 10 on the Arduino is wired on Ö1 on the shield.
- PIN 9 on the Arduino is wired on O2 on the shield.
- PIN 6 on the Arduino is wired on O3 on the shield.
- PIN 5 on the Arduino is wired on O4 on the shield.
- Pin 3 on the Arduino is wired on O5 on the shield.
Description of the module:
A green Led shows the good operation of the shield and a push button allows to achieve the function Reset the Arduino.
A connector TWI 4 points is also present on the card in order to connect to a device supporting the I2C connection. The connector allows a 5V supply and uses analog 4 and 5 pins for the i2C interface. the use of the TWI connection is therefore at the expense of the aanalogiques 4 and 5 entries.
A connector SERIAL 4 points allows you to use a binding series for other devices, it also provides a 5V supply. This is done at the expense of the standard series liaison of the arduino.
Two holes are also present on the TinkerKit Sensor Shield V2 allows a fixation on the Arduino, the 3rd hole allows to visualize the State of the LED L13 of Arduino.
How to use the TinkerKit modules:
You can find all the details on the use of the tinkerKit modules and the bookshop associated: