Arduino Modules

Discover a range of Arduino modules perfect for enhancing your electronic projects. Our curated selection includes sensors, actuators, and communication modules designed to integrate smoothly with Arduino boards.
Joystick module

Analog joystick

Push button

Push button

Switch button

Switch button

Buzzer module

Buzzer module

Potentiometer

Potentiometer

Laser module

Laser module

NRF24L01 module

NRF24L01 module

Tricolor LED module

Tricolor LED module

Voltage regulator

Voltage regulator

MPU6050 module

MPU6050 module

MPU9250 module

MPU9250 module

Touch module

Touch module

L298N module

L298N module

Servo motor

Servo motor

Tilt sensor

Tilt sensor

GY65 module

GY65 module

GY68 module

GY68 module

LED module

LED module

Water pump

Water pump

DS1302 Module

DS1302 Module

Keypad Module

Keypad Module

Recent Arduino guides

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Play The Simpsons theme song with Arduino and a buzzer

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The Simpsons, that legendary animated series we all know and love, has become a cultural phenomenon. With its hilarious take on family life in Springfield, it's an absolute classic. We decided to have a bit of fun and recreate the show's iconic theme song using a piezo buzzer.

Buzzer is used to generate sound, beep or even melody of a song. It can be found in alarm devices, computers, timers and confirmation of user input such as a mouse click or keystroke. A piezo buzzer is not like a regular speaker that you might think of. It uses a material that actually changes shape when you apply electricity to it which in turn creates noise. The faster you bend the material, the higher the pitch of the noise that is produced.

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How to use a buzzer with Arduino

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A piezo buzzer is a small device that converts electrical signals into sound waves. Unlike traditional speakers, piezo buzzers operate on the piezoelectric effect. When a voltage is applied, the buzzer's piezoelectric crystal deforms, producing sound waves. This simplicity makes piezo buzzers cost-effective, lightweight, and ideal for applications where the space is limited.

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Integrating membrane keypad with Arduino

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In the world of DIY electronics, Arduino stands as a go-to tool for creators and hobbyists. Today, we're exploring the integration of a 4x4 membrane keypad module with an Arduino, a combination that introduces an interactive layer to your electronic projects.

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