Arduino is a widely popular open source hardware and software company, user community, and ongoing project that was founded to build, refine and mass produce highly functional low-cost microcontroller boards. They have changed the world by making electronics prototyping more accessible than ever before, allowing people like you, me and anyone else to enjoy experimenting, learning, building and playing with electronics.More
When it comes to building unique electronics projects, there are few better ways to do it than with Arduino. Founded with the intent to make electronics prototyping accessible to all, regardless of age, culture, sex or any other factors, Arduino is one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of open-source hardware and software.
Some of the leading microcontroller boards that Arduino has produced include the classic Arduino UNO, as well as many variations with different specialisations and specifications. Some of the most popular Arduino boards – which we stock of course – are the Arduino Mega, Leonardo, Due, Micro, Nano, Mini, as well as the unique Arduino LilyPad. And with these boards at hand, as well as a Shield or two, you can craft thousands of different projects, with each one being tailored to your specific needs, wants and personal tastes.Less
The Arduino Due is the ideal investment for Makers, artists and hobbyists who want to level up their projects with more speed, power and functionality.
The Arduino Mega 2560 is a powerful board with 256KB flash memory, 54 digital I/O pins and 15 PWM channels – Ideal for large and complex Arduino projects.
The Arduino Nano combines the best features of the Arduino range in a compact, space-efficient package.
The LilyPad Arduino UNO is an ATmega328V-based board, designed specifically for integration into textiles and wearable accessories.
The Arduino Leonardo is an ATmega32U4-based board with native USB integration – allowing users to develop brand new ways of interacting with systems.
The Arduino UNO R3 is an excellent basic board that utilizes the ATmega16U2 microcontroller for basic to intermediate projects.
The Arduino Leonardo Micro offers the power of a full-sized Leonardo, but in a smaller, more discrete form factor.
The Arduino Leonardo Pro Micro utilizes an ATMega32U4 – Offering even more features than a full-sized Leonardo, but at less than a third of the size.
The Arduino Nano (CH340 version) is a cost effective and compact option in the Arduino range.
The Arduino UNO R3 CH340 is a clone of the standard UNO R3, but avoids FTDI costs with a CH340 USB driver – Affordable, reliable and Maker-friendly.
The Arduino Pro Mini 5V/16MHz ATmega328P is A lightweight, minimalist approach with a surprising amount of functionality – Recommended for veteran makers and inventors
The Arduino Pro Mini V2 offers more features than the previous version with a minimalist approach – Compact, powerful and even better than before.
The Arduino Motor Shield uses L293D motor drivers and a 74HC595 shift register to drive 2 servo motors and 2 stepper motors or up to 8 half-bridge drivers.