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Shields are boards that can be plugged on top of the Arduino PCB extending its capabilities. The different shields follow the same philosophy as the original toolkit: they are easy to mount, and cheap to produce.

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Las "Shields" son placas que pueden ser conectadas encima de la placa Arduino extendiendo sus capacidades. Las diferentes "shields" siguen la misma filosofía que el conjunto original: son fáciles de montar, y baratas de producir.

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The Arduino Xbee shield allows multiple Arduino boards to communicate wirelessly over distances up to 100 feet (indoors) or 300 feet (outdoors) using the Maxstream Xbee Zigbee module. details

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La Arduino Xbee shield permite a múltiples placas Arduino comunicarse de forma inalámbrica hasta distancias de 100ft (30 metros) en interior, o 300ft (90 metros) al aire libre usando modulos Maxstream Xbee Zigbee. detalles

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The Arduino Motor shield allows you to control DC motors and read encoders. details

More Shields

For more shields, see this list on the playground.

Making Shields

If you'd like to make your own shield, you may want to start with the Eagle files for an existing shield. Note that the space between pins 7 and 8 is not the standard 0.1".

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La Arduino Motor shield te permite controlar motores DC y leer codificadores. detalles

Más Shields

Para más shields, ver lista en el playground.

Fabricando Shields

Si te gustaría fabricar tu propia shield, podrías empezar con los ficheros Eagle de las shields existentes. Notar que el espacio entre los pines 7 y 8 no es el estándar de 0,1".

September 04, 2008, at 10:44 AM by David A. Mellis -
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We have a list of shields in our roadmap, but so far we have prepared one that allows to control motors from your board. This shield is still under test, but you can take a look at its Schematic, and use it in your designs

http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/shields/motor_control/motor_control_v1_PCB_150dpi.png

[(cleft) 2006 Arduino Foundation]

http://static.flickr.com/52/114312571_7acbc8d0d4.jpg

[test by Dave Mellis]

Get the files here

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The Arduino Motor shield allows you to control DC motors and read encoders. details

August 02, 2008, at 12:17 AM by David A. Mellis -
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For more shields, see this list on the playground.

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For more shields, see this list on the playground.

Making Shields

If you'd like to make your own shield, you may want to start with the Eagle files for an existing shield. Note that the space between pins 7 and 8 is not the standard 0.1".

February 16, 2008, at 12:51 AM by David A. Mellis -
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Biosensors board

This board is able to read the heart rate and galvanic skin response of two people at the same time just by placing their hands on the sensor pads. More details

February 16, 2008, at 12:51 AM by David A. Mellis -
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Prototyping Shields

These boards are generic shields for building small prototyping circuits. One has a solderless breadboard and the other has a grid of solder holes. Details

Also, see todbot's DIY Arduino breadboard shield

Phiget Sensor Shield

Bjoern Hartmann created an Arduino shield for Phidget sensors. Each of the six analog inputs on the Arduino is mapped to a Phidgets-style connector. details

6-Pack

"6-pack is an open-ended, highly customisable, and ultra-portable physical controller based on the Arduino board. 6-pack is an Arduino shield consisting of 6 linear potentiometer sliders that can be assigned to different variables in the user's preferred software. It can be used to control a wide array of audio/video applications, from software synthesizers to HDJ systems." details

Multisensor Board (under test)

This board allows the connection of multiple sensors and communication modules. It is perfect for short-term workshops willing to go through issues like analog vs. digital, wireless communication, accelerometers, and ultrasound. Details

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More Shields

For more shields, see this list on the playground.

January 26, 2008, at 12:35 AM by David A. Mellis - removing shields that never happened.
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RFID Shield

This board contains a small rfid reader module working on the 125KHz frequency (the 13.56MHz is on the way). We are now producing the boards and they will be available soon to buy from our manufacturer.

Sensor Amplifier (concept - roadmap)

This board will contain a collection of small signal amplifiers which outputs will be plugged to the Arduino's analog inputs. In this way it will be very simple to attach all kinds of analog sensors to our board.

External Memory (concept - roadmap)

What if you could request your small application to store data and keep it even if you turn off the power in the system? This board will allow you to capture data and store it.

External Display Interface (concept - roadmap)

The omnipresent LCD displays have a standard protocol, one board to control them all, one board to drive them, one board to ...

Wireless Board (concept - roadmap)

We are into dealing with cheap Bluetooth technology that will allow us to avoid serial or USB interfaces. As soon as we sign a deal with a manufacturer we will make some neat boards available for you to experiment with your wireless sensor kit.

August 13, 2007, at 01:52 AM by David A. Mellis -
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The Arduino Xbee shield allows multiple Arduino boards to communicate over distances up to 100 feet (indoors) or 300 feet (outdoors) using the Maxstream Xbee Zigbee module. details

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The Arduino Xbee shield allows multiple Arduino boards to communicate wirelessly over distances up to 100 feet (indoors) or 300 feet (outdoors) using the Maxstream Xbee Zigbee module. details

August 13, 2007, at 01:52 AM by David A. Mellis -
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Xbee

The Arduino Xbee shield allows multiple Arduino boards to communicate over distances up to 100 feet (indoors) or 300 feet (outdoors) using the Maxstream Xbee Zigbee module. details

December 21, 2006, at 07:01 PM by David A. Mellis -
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6-Pack

"6-pack is an open-ended, highly customisable, and ultra-portable physical controller based on the Arduino board. 6-pack is an Arduino shield consisting of 6 linear potentiometer sliders that can be assigned to different variables in the user's preferred software. It can be used to control a wide array of audio/video applications, from software synthesizers to HDJ systems." details

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December 21, 2006, at 06:59 PM by David A. Mellis -
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Phiget Sensor Shield

Bjoern Hartmann created an Arduino shield for Phidget sensors. Each of the six analog inputs on the Arduino is mapped to a Phidgets-style connector. details

July 12, 2006, at 10:18 AM by David A. Mellis - linking to todbot's DIY breadboard shield
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Also, see todbot's DIY Arduino breadboard shield

March 22, 2006, at 09:30 AM by David Cuartielles -
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[(cleft) 2006 Arduino Foundation]

http://static.flickr.com/52/114312571_7acbc8d0d4.jpg

[test by Dave Mellis]

March 11, 2006, at 04:56 AM by 195.178.229.101 -
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We are into dealing with cheap Bluetooth technology that will allow us to avoid serial or USB interfaces. As soon as we sign a deal with a manufacturer we will make some neat boards available for you to experiment with your wireless sensor kit.

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We are into dealing with cheap Bluetooth technology that will allow us to avoid serial or USB interfaces. As soon as we sign a deal with a manufacturer we will make some neat boards available for you to experiment with your wireless sensor kit.

Multisensor Board (under test)

This board allows the connection of multiple sensors and communication modules. It is perfect for short-term workshops willing to go through issues like analog vs. digital, wireless communication, accelerometers, and ultrasound. Details

March 11, 2006, at 04:53 AM by 195.178.229.101 -
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Prorotyping Shields

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Prototyping Shields

January 30, 2006, at 11:53 AM by 85.18.81.162 -
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Sensor Amplifier (concept - roadmap - Aug05)

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RFID Shield

This board contains a small rfid reader module working on the 125KHz frequency (the 13.56MHz is on the way). We are now producing the boards and they will be available soon to buy from our manufacturer.

Sensor Amplifier (concept - roadmap)

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External Memory (concept - roadmap - Sep05)

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External Memory (concept - roadmap)

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External Display Interface (concept - roadmap - Oct05)

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External Display Interface (concept - roadmap)

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Wireless Board (concept - roadmap - asap)

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Wireless Board (concept - roadmap)

December 29, 2005, at 03:52 PM by 66.167.184.70 -
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Prorotyping Shields

These boards are generic shields for building small prototyping circuits. One has a solderless breadboard and the other has a grid of solder holes. Details

October 21, 2005, at 05:51 PM by 213.140.6.96 -
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We have a list of shields in our roadmap?, but so far we have prepared one that allows to control motors from your board. This shield is still under test, but you can take a look at its Schematic, and use it in your designs

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We have a list of shields in our roadmap, but so far we have prepared one that allows to control motors from your board. This shield is still under test, but you can take a look at its Schematic, and use it in your designs

October 21, 2005, at 05:51 PM by 213.140.6.96 -
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We have a list of shields in our roadmap, but so far we have prepared one that allows to control motors from your board. This shield is still under test, but you can take a look at its Schematic, and use it in your designs

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We have a list of shields in our roadmap?, but so far we have prepared one that allows to control motors from your board. This shield is still under test, but you can take a look at its Schematic, and use it in your designs

October 02, 2005, at 02:14 PM by 81.114.121.230 -
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Biosensors board

This board is able to read the heart rate and galvanic skin response of two people at the same time just by placing their hands on the sensor pads. More details

June 08, 2005, at 05:06 PM by dcuartielles -
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We have a list of shields in our roadmap, but so far we have prepared one that allows to control motors from your board. This shield is still under test, but you can take a look at its Schematic, and use it in your designs.

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We have a list of shields in our roadmap, but so far we have prepared one that allows to control motors from your board. This shield is still under test, but you can take a look at its Schematic, and use it in your designs

http://webzone.k3.mah.se/k3dacu/arduino/shields/motor_control/motor_control_v1_PCB_150dpi.png

Get the files here

June 08, 2005, at 04:27 PM by dcuartielles -
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Shields are boards that can be plugged on top of the Arduino PCB extending the capabilities of the boards. The different shields follow the same philosophy as the board: they are easy to mount, and cheap to produce.

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Shields

Shields are boards that can be plugged on top of the Arduino PCB extending its capabilities. The different shields follow the same philosophy as the original toolkit: they are easy to mount, and cheap to produce.

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We have a list of shields that we plan to produce, but so far we have prepared the one that allows to control motors from your board. This shield is still under test, but you can take a look at its Schematic, and use it in your designs.

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We have a list of shields in our roadmap, but so far we have prepared one that allows to control motors from your board. This shield is still under test, but you can take a look at its Schematic, and use it in your designs.

Sensor Amplifier (concept - roadmap - Aug05)

This board will contain a collection of small signal amplifiers which outputs will be plugged to the Arduino's analog inputs. In this way it will be very simple to attach all kinds of analog sensors to our board.

External Memory (concept - roadmap - Sep05)

What if you could request your small application to store data and keep it even if you turn off the power in the system? This board will allow you to capture data and store it.

External Display Interface (concept - roadmap - Oct05)

The omnipresent LCD displays have a standard protocol, one board to control them all, one board to drive them, one board to ...

Wireless Board (concept - roadmap - asap)

We are into dealing with cheap Bluetooth technology that will allow us to avoid serial or USB interfaces. As soon as we sign a deal with a manufacturer we will make some neat boards available for you to experiment with your wireless sensor kit.

June 07, 2005, at 03:18 PM by dcuartielles -
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Shields are boards that can be plugged on top of the Arduino PCB extending the capabilities of the boards. The different shields follow the same philosophy as the board: they are easy to mount, and cheap to produce.

Motor Control v1.1

We have a list of shields that we plan to produce, but so far we have prepared the one that allows to control motors from your board. This shield is still under test, but you can take a look at its Schematic, and use it in your designs.

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