37 different sensor and effectors for Arduino $24


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/06/06/37-different-sensor-and-effect.html


#2

at less than $1 per that is one heck of a deal. Thanks for sharing.


#3

Even more of a deal at $12 (for most of them)

https://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?SearchText=arduino+sensor+kit+box


#4

If a sentient god-machine-ship isn’t using it to covertly intervene in a Type-I civ war from halfway across the galaxy, it ain’t an effector.


#5

What’s a Shack module for? Is it a device for detecting the pre-final death throes of an inexplicably widespread retail establishment for the selling of unpopular mobile phones and overpriced batteries?


#6

This would be MUCH HARDER to resist if I could remember which box on which shelf in my closets/basement/garage contains my arduino.


#7

This seems like an entirely too good to be true deal.


#8

I found a slightly more comprehensive look over here:

It might also be important to note that this is a “Lightning Deal” due to expire in an hour, but then as noted, it’s already available for cheaper elsewhere.

While we’re on the subject, is there something similar to this, but using actuators? I was pondering the feasibility of a little robotics project recently, but I really wouldn’t know where to start when it comes to appropriate servos/stepper motors/solenoids/pneumatics/buzzers or whatever else people are using with Arudinos or the Raspberry Pi these days.


#9

Good deal, but a much better option for a temperature sensor (range/accuracy) is this one: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Stainless-steel-package-Waterproof-DS18b20-temperature-probe-temperature-sensor-18B20-For-Arduino/32265871189.html I built several into my remote house monitor (https://www.dropbox.com/s/za0ccuud59yimoa/Plot.bmp?dl=0). They are very accurate.


#10

Nice find Taniwha


#11

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