The Arduino Sensor Shield V4.0 allows plug and play connection to various modules like sensors, servos, relays, buttons, potentiometers and more. Each functional module has a buckled port with VCC, GND and Output, which has a corresponding port on the Sensor Shield, connected with a 2.54mm dual-female cable.
- Plug & play.
- Operating Voltage: 5VDC
- Input Voltage (recommended): 7-12VDC
- Input Voltage (limits): 6-20VDC
- Buckled Analog Port : Handy, solid connection to 6 Analog inputs with VCC/GND
- Digital IO port : 13 ports prepared to digital modules or servos
- Analog IO Port : 2.54 grid male pin header connections
- Buckled Communication Port : Selectable between I2C and UART
- Weight 28g
1 x Sensor Shield digital analog module V4 FOR Arduino
For support and software visit
*Note: This is not an original Arduino brand product.
not ordered, not delievered - so I dont knowThe worst part is i have to jiggle components on the shield around for the power led to come on.
Some pins don't work while some do, have checked with the DMM and it is breaks between the ardiunio pin and the 3 way header.
Not very happy with this shield and will not be purchasing another one!As expected, thick board, good quality components.I like mine. Gets the job done. For full description and review to to the address below.
aeronauticsroboticsandhotglue . blogspot . com/2013/01/review-hobbyking-arduino-sensor-shield . htmlNice to have, but the original design should have had an option to plug in external power for the digital ports. Would have made connecting servos much cleaner.The works well for plugging in sensors for quick development on a arduino board. My board came with bent pins from shipping. No biggy, just bend them back and start programming.adorei este produto muito pratico e com uma vasta opoes de uso
Arduino is the nest revolution after the industrial revolution, who is not gotten into it has missed the bus, this on is the necessary D-A converter, sort of