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Arduino Shields

Shields are printed circuit boards that you can place on your Arduino to provide it with extra functionality. These circuit boards make it possible, for example, to connect the Arduino to the internet and it is possible to post on social media. The shields are equipped with protruding pins, making it possible to place them on top of your Arduino. These pins allow you to place the different types of shields on top of each other. There are many types of shields that can give your Arduino more functionality, check out our range for the possibilities!

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  • Arduino Nano I / O shield

    Arduino Nano IO shield

    5,74 /5,74 excl. VAT
  • SIM7600CE-T 4G(LTE) Shield for Arduino

    SIM7600CE-T 4G(LTE) Shield for Arduino

    66,07 /66,07 excl. VAT
  • Arduino motor shield

    Arduino Motor shield

    21,45 /21,45 excl. VAT
  • Arduino relay shield

    Arduino 4 Relay shield

    20,62 /20,62 excl. VAT
  • Arduino Ethernet shield

    Arduino Ethernet shield 2

    22,27 /22,27 excl. VAT
  • Arduino Uno Prototyping shield

    Arduino Uno Prototyping Shield

    9,88 /9,88 excl. VAT
  • Arduino mega prototype shield

    Arduino Mega Prototyping Shield PCB

    4,92 /4,92 excl. VAT
  • l293d Arduino motor shield

    L293D Arduino motor shield

    5,74 /5,74 excl. VAT
  • Arduino mega expansion shield

    24,75 /24,75 excl. VAT
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    Relay shield

    12,36 /12,36 excl. VAT
  • Dual stepper motor shield

    19,71 /19,71 excl. VAT
  • 2A Motor shield DFrobot

    14,67 /14,67 excl. VAT

Buy shields?

There are many different types of shields, if you think of a project for which you may want to use a shield, there is a big chance that a shield already exists. The advantage of shields is that you do not have to connect the entire hardware. Prototyping shields don't add a lot of functionality to the Arduino, they do help in other ways. These shields can do something simple, such as breaking the Arduino pins to screw terminals into them. In general, they make wiring to the Arduino easier.

Why buy a shield?

What should you pay attention to when buying a shield?

There are certain shields that use every pin on the Arduino. Other shields only occupy part of the pins. If you want to stack shields on top of each other, it is important that they do not use the same pins. Are you in a situation where there is no other way? Then it is possible that you program it, so that shield 2 only starts its program when shield 1 has finished its program. This way they don't use the same pin at the same time.

Stacking shields

When buying a shield, pay attention to whether it has the right amount of pins for your Arduino. Older versions of the Arduino have fewer headers. Do you want to stack different shields on top of each other? Make sure that no large components are attached to the shield. This can prevent a shield from being placed on top. Also pay attention when buying a shield whether it comes as a kit or as a whole. If it comes in a kit, it is intended to be soldered.

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