The DFRobot product line available from Mouser Electronics focuses on the Gravity Series plug-and-play toolkit and the LattePanda single-board computer. The open source Gravity Series provides an easy-to-use platform for developing prototypes for applications ranging from smart home and robotics to industrial manufacturing and environmental monitoring.
April 3, 2017 - Mouser Electronics, Inc., the New Product Introduction (NPI) leader that empowers innovation, announces a global distribution agreement with DFRobot, a leading robotics and open source hardware provider. The agreement brings DFRobot's robotics and maker-focused products to Mouser's growing open source lineup.
The DFRobot product line available from Mouser Electronics focuses on the Gravity Series plug-and-play toolkit and the LattePanda single-board computer. The open source Gravity Series provides an easy-to-use platform for developing prototypes for applications ranging from smart home and robotics to industrial manufacturing and environmental monitoring. Gravity Series boards and modules offer color-coded pin headers and reversible three-pin interfaces that allow users of any skill level to easily connect, mix, and develop projects that are compatible with Arduino and other platforms.
Mouser stocks a wide variety of Gravity sensor and physical modules, including light, temperature, and gas sensors; an infrared (IR) receiver; a line-tracking sensor; and an analog flame sensor. To connect multiple sensors to an Arduino board, users can attach the IO Expansion Shield to the headers of an Arduino UNO R3 (or compatible) board.
The Gravity Arduino Starter Kit is a plug-and-play electronics toolkit that helps beginners easily learn how to work with sensors and the Arduino platform. The kit includes a DFRduino UNO R3 microcontroller, which functions exactly the same as Arduino UNO, and 12 popular Gravity components and sensors. The Gravity 27-Piece Sensor Kit for Arduino offers a robust selection of sensors that are fully compatible with the Arduino platform. The kit features a bundle of the most popular DFRobot Gravity sensors, including those for light, CO2, sound, touch, and distance, plus an accelerometer and a relay module. Both the Starter Kit and Sensor Kit use the IO Expansion Shield for connecting sensors to the Arduino board.
For more information on DFRobot products available from Mouser, visit http://www.mouser.com/dfrobot/.
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DFRobot is a world-leading robotics and open source hardware provider with a large community catering to future creators. The company creates innovative, user-friendly hardware and software products that become the building blocks in all kinds of electronic projects and fosters a strong community of learners around them.