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Wave Shield for Arduino



This Wave Shield for Arduino is a simple but effective Shield for adding audio to Arduino projects – Plays Wav and AD4 files of any length via DAC and PWM.

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If you’ve been looking for a simple and easy way to add audio to your Arduino projects, this Wave Shield for Arduino is an excellent solution. This Shield is capable of playing 14KHz/16bit WAV and 32KHz/16bit AD4 files of any length, and utilises an onboard DAC and PWM to drive earphones or 0.5W speakers respectively.

The Wave Shield for Arduino uses a TF/Micro SD card to store and play the audio files from, and only utilises 2 I/O pins to do so, which saves a lot of hassle if you are running short on interfacing space. Additionally, programming this Shield is relatively simple, allowing for beginners and veterans alike to take advantage of the audio-playing functionality for almost any Arduino project.


Wave Shield for Arduino  -  Technical Specifications:

  • SD Card Support

– Max 1GB / No SDHC Cards

  • Audio File Support

– AD4: 6KHZ ~ 36KHZ / WAV: 6KHz14KHz

  • Peripheral Support

– Earphones and Speakers

  • Audio Output

– 16bit DAC / PWM - Mono Output

  • Serial Interface

– 2Pin control

  • Standby Current

– 3uA


Typical Applications for the Wave Shield for Arduino:

The Wave Shield for Arduino is primarily used for adding audio to Arduino projects, and is designed with low power consumption and simple usability in mind. It can be controlled via 2 I/O pins, making it easy to integrate into existing projects, and can play audio files of any length as long as they can fit onto a 1GB SD card. If you’ve been eager to add audio to enhance the functionality or quality of your projects, this Shield is one of the most effective and affordable options available on the market.


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Wave Shield for Arduino

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