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Ultimate Gadget Pack

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$436.99+

Sometimes I go into a pizza restaurant on a Friday night, and it’s a little late in the evening, and I’m already hungry enough I can hear my stomach growl, so when they ask me, “what do you want on your pizza?” I just say:

“The Works.”

So I guess you could call this the Neapolitan pizza of Open Source hardware and Arduino modules. I’ve thrown together one big kit of pretty much anything I’ve ever made for the Arduino, all in one place, including some things I haven’t even really built anything with yet (as in they just came back from the shop and the solder was still warm when I snapped these pictures)!

There’s enough stuff in this pack to build 2 full gadgets, with a wide screen, or two player, or angled, or multi-colored, with enough power to run for over 24 hours straight. That’s pretty intense. If you think you can handle it, the Ultimate Gadget Pack’s the perfect kit!

Components

Specifications

Arduino:
  • ATmega168
  • 14 i/o pins
  • 6 PWM
  • 6 Analog
  • 16MHz
TouchShield Slide:
  • 320×240 LCD Screen
  • Resistive Touch Screen
  • Holds 60 128×128 bitmap images
  • Compatible with Arduino Environment
  • Only Uses Arduino Pins: 3 and 4
  • Graphics Library Ready to Go
  • Draw Shapes, Pixels, Colors, Graphs, Buttons
  • 2.83 inch diagonal
MeCap Lithium Backpack:
  • Medium Capacity 1000mAh Lithium Ion Battery (14 Standby Arduino Hours)
  • Rechargeable via Arduino USB
  • Rechargeable via USB Tybe-B Mini Cable
  • Supplies regulated 5V and 3.3V
  • Monitor battery voltage status
HiCap Lithium Backpack:
  • High Capacity 2200mAh Lithium Ion Battery (29 Standby Arduino Hours)
  • Rechargeable via Arduino USB
  • Rechargeable via USB Tybe-B Mini Cable
  • Supplies regulated 5V and 3.3V
  • Monitor battery voltage status
DoubleTall ExtenderShield:
  • 5.6in tall x 2.0in wide
  • 142mm tall x 51mm wide
  • Arduino replicated mounting holes
  • Arduino replicated plated through-holes
  • Solderable dev area
DoubleWide ExtenderShield:
  • 4.2in tall x 2.7in wide
  • 108mm tall x 69mm wide
  • Arduino replicated mounting holes
  • Arduino replicated plated through-holes
  • Solderable dev area
Mini Protoboards
  • 170 Tie Points
  • ABS Plastic
  • Recommended 20-29 AWG Solid-Core Wire
  • Phosphor Bronze Nickel Plated Spring Clip Contacts

References and Firmware

Media

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Downloads

Downloads
(291.447 KBytes, Document file, Jan 27, 2012)
Get in touch if you have any questions, or ideas for something you want me to build.