Sensors

  • Wide range, low power temperature sensor

    Price:

    $1.50

  • This pressure sensor from Freescale is a great low-cost sensing solution for measuring barometric pressure.

    Price:

    $8.96

  • Measuring stretch forces isn't easy - unless you have some conductive rubber cord! This cord is 2mm diameter, and 1 meter long, made of carbon-black impregnated rubber. Usually this material is used for EMF gasketing, but its also very fun to play with.

    Price:

    $9.95

  • This sensor can detect flexing or bending in one direction.

    Price:

    $7.95

  • FSRs are sensors that allow you to detect physical pressure, squeezing and weight.

    Price:

    $6.95

  • Hall effect sensors detect whether a magnet is near.

    Price:

    $2.00

  • IR sensor tuned to 38KHz, perfect for receiving commands from a TV remote control.

    Price:

    $1.95

  • The TSL2561 luminosity sensor is an advanced digital light sensor, ideal for use in a wide range of light situations. The best part of this sensor is that it contains both infrared and full spectrum diodes! That means you can separately measure infrared, full-spectrum or human-visible light.

    Price:

    $5.95

  • This is an "omnidirectional" microphone, with -44dB sensitivity, and has 20-20KHz frequency response.

    Price:

    $0.95

  • The BPW34 is a tiny, general purpose PiN photodiode.

    Price:

    $1.50

  • This is a very small light sensor.

    Price:

    $1.50

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    Piezo Buzzer
    This item is currently of of stock.

    Piezo buzzers are used for making beeps, tones and alerts.

    Price:

    $1.95

  • The VCNL4010 sensor is a nice way to add a small-distance proximity sensor to your microcontroller project.

    Price:

    $7.50

  • An assortment of the most common sensors used in electronics. 9 sensors and 3 additional components to interface with the 'analog world'.

    Price:

    $35.00

  • This 1.5" diameter speaker cone is the perfect addition to any audio project where you need an 8Ω impedance and are using 0.25W of power.

    Price:

    $0.95

  • Unlike most distance sensors that rely reflected light intensity or reflected angles to determine range, the VL6180 uses a precise clock to measure the time it takes light to bounce back from a surface.

    Price:

    $14.95

  • This is the fantastically easy to use sensor from Maxbotix.

    Price:

    $27.95