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  • mLink 12Bit I2C Digital...

    £2.49

    The mLink port expander is a serial (I2C/IIC) digital I/O module. It allows you to add 12 digital input output pins per module to your existing microcontroller/Arduino using only its I2C interface. It is compatible with other mLink or standard I2C modules allowing you to daisy-chain several different types of modules together using only the two I2C pins of your microcontroller.

    For Arduino users you can use the mLink library (see below) to control any type of mLink module. Only one single instance of the library is needed to control multiple types of mLink modules resulting in very little resources overhead and therefore making it great for Arduinos with small amounts of memory and pin counts.

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  • mLink DHT22 Temperature and...

    £6.24

    The mLink DHT22 sensor is a serial (I2C/IIC) temperature and humidity sensor module. It adds the ability of your microcontoller/Arduino to measure temperature (in oC) and relative humidity (%RH) to 1 decimal place using only its I2C interface. It is compatible with other mLink or standard I2C modules allowing you to daisy-chain several different types of modules together using only the two I2C pins of your microcontroller.

    For Arduino users you can use the mLink library (see below) to control any type of mLink module. Only one single instance of the library is needed to control multiple types of mLink modules resulting in very little resources overhead and therefore making it great for Arduinos with small amounts of memory and pin counts.

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  • mLink 1 Channel I2C /...

    £2.49

    The mLink relay modules are a range of 5V relay modules that have been designed to be controlled either manually or via a microcontroller. For manual control there is a set of digital pin(s) that can be toggled to directly control the relay. For controlling via a microcontroller there is a serial I2C interface minimising the amount of pins required to control multiple relays or relay modules.

    For Arduino users you can use the mLink library (see below) to control any type of mLink module. Only one single instance of the library is needed to control multiple types of mLink modules resulting in very little resources overhead and therefore making it great for Arduinos with small amounts of memory and pin counts.

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  • mLink 2 Channel I2C /...

    £3.08

    The mLink relay modules are a range of 5V relay modules that have been designed to be controlled either manually or via a microcontroller. For manual control there is a set of digital pin(s) that can be toggled to directly control the relay. For controlling via a microcontroller there is a serial I2C interface minimising the amount of pins required to control multiple relays or relay modules.

    For Arduino users you can use the mLink library (see below) to control any type of mLink module. Only one single instance of the library is needed to control multiple types of mLink modules resulting in very little resources overhead and therefore making it great for Arduinos with small amounts of memory and pin counts.

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  • mLink 4 Channel I2C /...

    £4.16

    The mLink relay modules are a range of 5V relay modules that have been designed to be controlled either manually or via a microcontroller. For manual control there is a set of digital pin(s) that can be toggled to directly control the relay. For controlling via a microcontroller there is a serial I2C interface minimising the amount of pins required to control multiple relays or relay modules.

    For Arduino users you can use the mLink library (see below) to control any type of mLink module. Only one single instance of the library is needed to control multiple types of mLink modules resulting in very little resources overhead and therefore making it great for Arduinos with small amounts of memory and pin counts.

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  • mLink RGBW LED Controller...

    £3.33

    The mLink RGBW LED controller is a serial I2C module designed to allow a microcontroller such as an Arduino to control common types of RGB (red-green-blue) and RGBW (red-green-blue-white) LED light strips. The module has screw terminals for connecting the light strips power supply and its +Ve, -red, -green, -blue, and optionally -white connections. It is capable of controlling 5V, 12V, & 24V LED strips that require a +Ve supply with -ve RGB(W) control inputs at up to a total of 2A per channel.

    When connected to a microcontrollers I2C interface each LED output can be controlled independently with up two 256 different levels of brightness allowing for a combined RGB colour palette of over 16 million colours. Additionally, either predefined or user defined RGB colour cycling modes can be selected which can run independently of the microcontroller.

    For Arduino users you can use the mLink library (see below for library and examples) to control any type of mLink module. Only one single instance of the library is needed to control multiple types of mLink modules resulting in very little resources overhead and therefore making it great for Arduinos with small amounts of memory and pin counts.

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