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Bluetooth Low Energy TinyShield (Nordic) (discontinued)

Discontinued

Connect to your smartphone or computer using Bluetooth Low Energy. The Nordic chipset used on this TinyShield only supports slave mode.

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This TinyScreen Video Kit lets you play games on your TinyScreen with the Joystick TinyplaceholderShield. Play games like Flappy Bird, asteroids, space invaders and more on this tiny video game console!

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Connect to your smartphone or computer using Bluetooth Low Energy. The Bluegiga module used on this TinyShield can support both master and slave modes.

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This TinyShield lets you measure 9 degrees of freedom (9DOF) with your TinyDuino and features the InvenSense MPU-9150 - a system-in-package featuring a 3D digital linear acceleration sensor, a 3D digital angular rate sensor, and a 3D digital magnetic sensor.

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Connect you projects up to the internet with the WiFi TinyShield! Based on the TI CC3000 WiFi module, this module supports 802.11b/g, different security modes (None, WEP, WPA and WPA2) and has a built in TCP/IP Stack

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This TinyLily Mini Basic Kit has the bare essentials to get going with the TinyLily e-Textile system. This kit includes a TinyLily Mini Processor Board and a TinyLily Mini USB Adapter.

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Using the miniature Roving Network / Microchip RN42 Bluetooth 2 Module, easily lets you communicate wirelessly with your TinyDuino via a standard serial port from your computer using Bluetooth SPP (Serial Port Profile Mode).

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This TinyLily Mini Starter Kit lets you really get going to create some cool projects with the TinyLily Mini! This kit contains 2 TinyLily Mini processor boards, a USB Adapter, and multiple e-textile accessories.

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The Motor x4 TinyShield allows you to drive four independently controlled DC brushed motors from your TinyDuino!

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This proto board brings many of the TinyShield signals out to a point that you can solder to. All of the signals are marked and are spaced with 0.1″ spacing (same spacing as on the standard Arduino Uno), so a standard 0.1″ header can be used if desired.

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This proto board brings many of the TinyShield signals out to a point that you can solder to. All of the signals are marked and are spaced with 0.1″ spacing (same spacing as on the standard Arduino Uno), so a standard 0.1″ header can be used if desired.

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This proto board brings every one of the TinyShield signals out to a point that you can solder to. All of the signals are marked and are spaced with 2mm spacing, so a standard 2mm header can be used if desired.

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