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  • Prusa i3 Machined Threaded Rods Set (Prusa i3)
    S304 Stainless Steel Threaded Rod M6 + M8. Cut and Machined to specify length for Prusa i3.

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    RM105.00
    RM115.00
  • Wantai NEMA17 Stepper Motor 40mm Long 1.7A (Nema17)
    This Nema17 Stepper is best for your Reprap, Makerbot and other 3D Printers or CNC or Laser or Plasma cutter kits. Orginal Reprap Wantai Stepper Motor. Highest Amp 1.7A and biggest Holding Torque 4000g.cm/ 40N.cm.

    200 steps per revolution (1.8 deg/step)
    2 Phase bipolar 4 wires
    Rated Voltage 12Vdc
    Rated Current 1.7A(U)
    Phase Resistance: 2.0Ω
    Phase inductance: 3.0 mH
    Holding torque: 4000g.cm
    Shaft diameter: 5mm / 0.188" (3/16")
    Shaft length: 22mm
    Motor depth: 40mm
    Wire Length: 30cm/ 1.0ft

    We usually have these NEMA17 stepper motors in stock. A flat 22mm long Shaft is compatiable with our GT2 pulleys. For orders over 50 or 100 motors please write us for the lead time and price. This NEMA17 40mm Stepper Motor can do all the jobs for your Reprap, Prusa Mendel or any 3d printers. Suitable for X,Y and Z axis. Can work in pairs and has enough torque to run any extruder design with any common filament size.
    We offer this motor with a customized 5mm flat shaft and 700mm long lead wires w/ connectors already attached. These will just plug right into your RAMPs 1.4 board.


    Cable with connectors are included in the price. The connector end to the stepper driver can directly plug to A4988 or A4983.


    Reprap Stepper Motor

    Flat Shaft or D Cut Shaft
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    RM55.00
    RM65.00
  • Assembled J-Head MK-V Hot End 0.4mm Nozzle, 3mm filament ABS PLA,Reprap (MKV)
    Items Description
    Features
    Nozzle: 0.4mm

    with 75cm cables

    For 3mm filament
    Package List
    1 x Assembled J-Head Hot End
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    RM150.00
    RM180.00
  • Binder Clips for Heater bed ()
    Binder Clips for Heater bed. This clip the glass and heatbed PCB together firmly.

    Size: 32mm ( 1 1/4")
    Package: 4pcs
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    RM2.00
    RM2.50
  • Borosilicate Glass (MK2B)

    If you want to make your printing platform flat enough, ideal stuff is glass sheet. Borosilicate glass is rated for higher temperatures than normal sheet glass making it a better material for use as a heated bed. After cracking a few sheets of normal glass from rapidly cooling or heating, borosilicate glass will quell your frustrations.

    Dimension: L220 x W200 x Thk 4.0mm

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    RM25.00
    RM35.00
  • GT2 Belt 6.0mm Width Open Ended 1.0m (GT2)
    Reprap GT2 Belt

    The GT2 Belt is 2mm pitch, 6mm width, open ended 5M, 10M, 20M or 50M per roll. The Minimum Order Quantity is 1M.

    Material is Neoprene Rubber, Fiberglass Reinforced perfect for Prusa or Printrbot 3D Printers and more.

    Do you know?
    The GT2 6mm width open end Belt and GT2 20 Teeth Pulley combination is the best of the best possible belt & pulley combo for all MendleMax and all Reprap variant 3D Printers. And it is less prone to backlash due to the way the rounded teeth mesh up. Square toothed belts and pulleys just always seem to have that little bit of play that is impossible to calibrate out of your printer. Our GT2 pulleys and belts are the best choice for very precise positioning. Simply swapping out your square tooth belts and pulleys for these GT2 profile belts and pulleys is a VERY cost effective way to upgrade your 3D printer and improve print quality! The GT2 round tooth belt is also quieter than square toothed designs.
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    RM19.50
    RM25.00
  • Hardened M8 Hobbed Bolts for Wade extruders (wade extruder)
    This M8 Hobbed bolt is used to push the filament into the nozzle and has very great driving force. The bolt is an overall length of 60mm, 55 mm from the bottom of the head to the end of the threads. The hobbed part of the bolt is 25mm from the center of the hobbed part to the bottom of the head. Silver color (zinc plated class 10.9)

    "made in Malaysia"
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    RM25.50
    RM32.00
  • M8 Hobbed Bolts for Wade extruders (wade extruder)
    This M8 Hobbed bolt is used to push the filament into the nozzle and has very great driving force. The bolt is an overall length of 60mm, 55 mm from the bottom of the head to the end of the threads. The hobbed part of the bolt is 25mm from the center of the hobbed part to the bottom of the head. Silver color (zinc plated class 10.9)

    "made in Malaysia"
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    RM22.50
    RM29.00
  • P8 40x40 Aluminium Extrusion Profile (P8)
    Aluminium Extrusion 40 x 40. Order can cut to specify length with some handling cost. The Minimum Order Quantity is 1.0m.

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    RM70.00
    RM78.00
  • P8 60x45L Aluminium Extrusion Profile (P8)
    Aluminium Extrusion 60 x 45. Order can cut to specify length with some handling cost. The Minimum Order Quantity is 1.0m.

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    RM90.00
    RM100.00
  • PC 04-1/8 Pneumatic Connector for Bowden Extruder (PC04-1/8)

    PC4-M6 Pneumatic Connector for Bowden Extruder

    Pneumatic connectors for bowden extruder, 1.75 mm filament.
    The connector need to fit in the Single/Dual Extruder Bar Mount Chassis Block on one side, to connect the PTFE tube and the Thermal Barrier Tube on the other side.

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    RM7.50
    RM8.50
  • PC 06-1/8 Pneumatic Connector for Bowden Extruder (PC06-1/8)

    PC06-1/8 Pneumatic Connector for Bowden Extruder

    Pneumatic connectors for bowden extruder, 3.0 mm filament.
    The connector need to fit in the Single/Dual Extruder Bar Mount Chassis Block on one side, to connect the PTFE tube and the Thermal Barrier Tube on the other side.

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    RM8.50
    RM9.50
  • S304 Stainless Steel Round Bar 6mm (Ø6mm x 1.0m)
    S304 Stainless Steel Round Bar Diameter 6mm. Order can cut to specify length with some handling cost. The Minimum Order Quantity is 1.0 meter.
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    RM15.00
    RM17.00
  • 100K ohm NTC 3950 Thermistors for RepRap 3D Printer (NTC 3950)
    DESCRIPTION Of  NTC thermal thermistor

    1. NTC thermistor for temperature sensor is one where the thermistor chip is welded with leads by alloy soldering process, then partially treated by glass sealing .
    2. The element has a bead form with good stability, small size and rapid response
    3. Widely used in temperature sensors,electronic thermometers and eternity calendar, temperature compensation,various kinds of household appliances as well as Industrial, medical, environmental protection, weather and food processing equipment etc.

    Features of NTC  NTC thermal thermistor: 100K
    1. Agency recognition:UL/ RoHS
    2. Fastest response time and high accuracy
    3. Better Stability ,as chip is welded with leads by alloy soldering
        process
    4. High resistance and mechanical strength
    5. Small size, lightweight and cheap
    6. Mass production for high accurate element
    7. Operation temperature range: -50 to +260 degrees Celsius
    8. Thermal time constant: less than 5s (In still air)
    9. Usable in high-temperature and high-moisture environments

    APPLICATIONS OF NTC thermal Thermistor 100K
    -  Temperature sensors
    -  Electronic thermometers and eternity calendar
    -  Temperature compensation
    -  Household appliances ( air conditioners, microwave ovens, electric  
       fans, electric heaters)
    -  Industrial, medical, environmental protection, weather and food
       processing equipment
    -  Apparatus coils, integrated circuits, quartz crystal oscillators and
       thermocouples.
    -  Medical instrument

    Others Characteristics:
    (1) Electrical characteristics                                              
    A: Resistance value:  R
    25°C=100K±1%                                                 
    B: B Value: B=3950
    ±1%    (calculated from resistance value at 25°C and 50C)                                              
    C: Insulation resistance 50MΩ or over by DC500V megger (between glass and lead wire)                                               
    (2) Thermal time constant (τ): τ
    1017s (in still air)                                                  
    (3) Thermal dissipation constant (δ): δ=1.1
    1.6mW/°C (in still air)
    (4)Operating temperature range:-50~+260
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    RM25.50
    RM30.00
  • DRV8825 Stepper Motor Driver Carrier, High Current (DRV8825)

    This product is a carrier board or breakout board for TI’s DRV8825 stepper motor driver; we therefore recommend careful reading of the DRV8825 datasheet (1MB pdf) before using this product. This stepper motor driver lets you control one bipolar stepper motor at up to 2.2 A output current per coil (see the Power Dissipation Considerations section below for more information). Here are some of the driver’s key features:

    • Simple step and direction control interface
    • Six different step resolutions: full-step, half-step, 1/4-step, 1/8-step, 1/16-step, and 1/32-step
    • Adjustable current control lets you set the maximum current output with a potentiometer, which lets you use voltages above your stepper motor’s rated voltage to achieve higher step rates
    • Intelligent chopping control that automatically selects the correct current decay mode (fast decay or slow decay)
    • 45 V maximum supply voltage
    • Built-in regulator (no external logic voltage supply needed)
    • Can interface directly with 3.3 V and 5 V systems
    • Over-temperature thermal shutdown, over-current shutdown, and under-voltage lockout
    • Short-to-ground and shorted-load protection
    • 4-layer, 2 oz copper PCB for improved heat dissipation
    • Exposed solderable ground pad below the driver IC on the bottom of the PCB
    • Module size, pinout, and interface match those of our A4988 stepper motor driver carriers in most respects (see the bottom of this page for more information)

    This product ships with all surface-mount components—including the DRV8825 driver IC—installed as shown in the product picture.

    Some unipolar stepper motors (e.g. those with six or eight leads) can be controlled by this driver as bipolar stepper motors. For more information, please see the frequently asked questions. Unipolar motors with five leads cannot be used with this driver.

    Included hardware

    The DRV8825 stepper motor driver carrier ships with one 1×16-pin breakaway 0.1" male header. The headers can be soldered in for use with solderless breadboards or 0.1" female connectors. You can also solder your motor leads and other connections directly to the board.

    Caution: Installing the header pins so that the silkscreen side is up and the components are down can limit the range of motion of the trimpot used to set the current limit. If you plan on installing the header pins in this orientation, please set the current limit before soldering in the pins.

    Using the driver

    Minimal wiring diagram for connecting a microcontroller to a DRV8824/DRV8825 stepper motor driver carrier (full-step mode).

    Power connections

    The driver requires a motor supply voltage of 8.2 – 45 V to be connected across VMOT and GND. This supply should have appropriate decoupling capacitors close to the board, and it should be capable of delivering the expected stepper motor current.

    Warning: This carrier board uses low-ESR ceramic capacitors, which makes it susceptible to destructive LC voltage spikes, especially when using power leads longer than a few inches. Under the right conditions, these spikes can exceed the 45 V maximum voltage rating for the DRV8825 and permanently damage the board, even when the motor supply voltage is as low as 12 V. One way to protect the driver from such spikes is to put a large (at least 47 µF) electrolytic capacitor across motor power (VMOT) and ground somewhere close to the board.

    Motor connections

    Four, six, and eight-wire stepper motors can be driven by the DRV8825 if they are properly connected; a FAQ answer explains the proper wirings in detail.

    Warning: Connecting or disconnecting a stepper motor while the driver is powered can destroy the driver. (More generally, rewiring anything while it is powered is asking for trouble.)

    Step (and microstep) size

    Stepper motors typically have a step size specification (e.g. 1.8° or 200 steps per revolution), which applies to full steps. A microstepping driver such as the DRV8825 allows higher resolutions by allowing intermediate step locations, which are achieved by energizing the coils with intermediate current levels. For instance, driving a motor in quarter-step mode will give the 200-step-per-revolution motor 800 microsteps per revolution by using four different current levels.

    The resolution (step size) selector inputs (MODE0, MODE1, and MODE2) enable selection from the six step resolutions according to the table below. All three selector inputs have internal 100kΩ pull-down resistors, so leaving these three microstep selection pins disconnected results in full-step mode. For the microstep modes to function correctly, the current limit must be set low enough (see below) so that current limiting gets engaged. Otherwise, the intermediate current levels will not be correctly maintained, and the motor will skip microsteps.

    MODE0 MODE1 MODE2 Microstep Resolution
    Low Low Low Full step
    High Low Low Half step
    Low High Low 1/4 step
    High High Low 1/8 step
    Low Low High 1/16 step
    High Low High 1/32 step
    Low High High 1/32 step
    High High High 1/32 step

    Control inputs

    Each pulse to the STEP input corresponds to one microstep of the stepper motor in the direction selected by the DIR pin. These inputs are both pulled low by default through internal 100kΩ pull-down resistors. If you just want rotation in a single direction, you can leave DIR disconnected.

    The chip has three different inputs for controlling its power states: RESET, SLEEP, and ENBL. For details about these power states, see the datasheet. Please note that the driver pulls the SLEEP pin low through an internal 1MΩ pull-down resistor, and it pulls the RESET and ENBL pins low through internal 100kΩ pull-down resistors. These default RESET and SLEEP states are ones that prevent the driver from operating; both of these pins must be high to enable the driver (they can be connected directly to a logic “high” voltage between 2.2 and 5.25 V, or they can be dynamically controlled via connections to digital outputs of an MCU). The default state of the ENBL pin is to enable the driver, so this pin can be left disconnected.

    Schematic of nSLEEP and nFAULT pins on DRV8824/DRV8825/DRV8834 carriers.

    The DRV8825 also features a FAULT output that drives low whenever the H-bridge FETs are disabled as the result of over-current protection or thermal shutdown. The carrier board connects this pin to the SLEEP pin through a 10k resistor that acts as a FAULT pull-up whenever SLEEP is externally held high, so no external pull-up is necessary on the FAULT pin. Note that the carrier includes a 1.5k protection resistor in series with the FAULT pin that makes it is safe to connect this pin directly to a logic voltage supply, as might happen if you use this board in a system designed for the pin-compatible A4988 carrier. In such a system, the 10k resistor between SLEEP and FAULT would then act as a pull-up for SLEEP, making the DRV8825 carrier more of a direct replacement for the A4988 in such systems (the A4988 has an internal pull-up on its SLEEP pin). To keep faults from pulling down the SLEEP pin, any external pull-up resistor you add to the SLEEP pin input should not exceed 4.7k.

    Current limiting

    To achieve high step rates, the motor supply is typically much higher than would be permissible without active current limiting. For instance, a typical stepper motor might have a maximum current rating of 1 A with a 5Ω coil resistance, which would indicate a maximum motor supply of 5 V. Using such a motor with 12 V would allow higher step rates, but the current must actively be limited to under 1 A to prevent damage to the motor.

    The DRV8825 supports such active current limiting, and the trimmer potentiometer on the board can be used to set the current limit. You will typically want to set the driver’s current limit to be at or below the current rating of your stepper motor. One way to set the current limit is to put the driver into full-step mode and to measure the current running through a single motor coil without clocking the STEP input. The measured current will be 0.7 times the current limit (since both coils are always on and limited to approximately 70% of the current limit setting in full-step mode).

    Another way to set the current limit is to measure the voltage on the “ref” pin and to calculate the resulting current limit (the current sense resistors are 0.100Ω). The ref pin voltage is accessible on a via that is circled on the bottom silkscreen of the circuit board. The current limit relates to the reference voltage as follows:

    Current Limit = VREF × 2

    So, for example, if you have a stepper motor rated for 1 A, you can set the current limit to 1 A by setting the reference voltage to 0.5 V.

    Note: The coil current can be very different from the power supply current, so you should not use the current measured at the power supply to set the current limit. The appropriate place to put your current meter is in series with one of your stepper motor coils.

    Power dissipation considerations

    The DRV8825 driver IC has a maximum current rating of 2.5 A per coil, but the current sense resistors further limit the maximum current to 2.2 A, and the actual current you can deliver depends on how well you can keep the IC cool. The carrier’s printed circuit board is designed to draw heat out of the IC, but to supply more than approximately 1.5 A per coil, a heat sink or other cooling method is required.

    This product can get hot enough to burn you long before the chip overheats. Take care when handling this product and other components connected to it.

    Please note that measuring the current draw at the power supply will generally not provide an accurate measure of the coil current. Since the input voltage to the driver can be significantly higher than the coil voltage, the measured current on the power supply can be quite a bit lower than the coil current (the driver and coil basically act like a switching step-down power supply). Also, if the supply voltage is very high compared to what the motor needs to achieve the set current, the duty cycle will be very low, which also leads to significant differences between average and RMS currents. Additionally, please note that the coil current is a function of the set current limit, but it does not necessarily equal the current limit setting. The actual current through each coil changes with each microstep. See the DRV8825 datasheet for more information.

    Schematic diagram

    Schematic diagram for the DRV8824/DRV8825 stepper motor driver carrier.

    The current sense resistors (R2 and R3) on the DRV8825 carrier are 0.100 Ω. This schematic is also available as a downloadable pdf (196k pdf).

    Key differences between the DRV8825 and A4988

    The DRV8825 carrier was designed to be as similar to our A4988 stepper motor driver carriers as possible, and it can be used as a drop in replacement for the A4988 carrier in many applications because it shares the same size, pinout, and general control interface. There are a few differences between the two modules that should be noted, however:

    DRV8825 stepper motor driver carrier.
    A4988 stepper motor driver carrier, Black Edition
    • The pin used to supply logic voltage to the A4988 is used as the DRV8825’s FAULT output, since the DRV8825 does not require a logic supply (and the A4988 does not have a fault output). Note that it is safe to connect the FAULT pin directly to a logic supply (there is a 1.5k resistor between the IC output and the pin to protect it), so the DRV8825 module can be used in systems designed for the A4988 that route logic power to this pin.
    • The SLEEP pin on the DRV8825 is not pulled up by default like it is on the A4988, but the carrier board does connect it to the FAULT pin through a 10k resistor. Therefore, systems intended for the A4988 that route logic power to the FAULT pin will effectively have a 10k pull-up on the SLEEP pin. (This 10k resistor is not present on the initial (md20a) version of the DRV8825 carrier.)
    • The current limit potentiometer is in a different location.
    • The relationship between the current limit setting and the reference pin voltage is different.
    • The DRV8825 offers 1/32-step microstepping; the A4988 only goes down to 1/16-step.
    • The mode selection pin inputs corresponding to 1/16-step on the A4988 result in 1/32-step microstepping on the DRV8825. For all other microstepping resolutions, the step selection table is the same for both the DRV8825 and the A4988.
    • The timing requirements for minimum pulse durations on the STEP pin are different for the two drivers. With the DRV8825, the high and low STEP pulses must each be at least 1.9 us; they can be as short as 1 us when using the A4988.
    • The DRV8825 has a higher maximum supply voltage than the A4988 (45 V vs 35 V), which means the DRV8825 can be used more safely at higher voltages and is less susceptible to damage from LC voltage spikes.
    • The DRV8825 can deliver more current than the A4988 without any additional cooling (based on our full-step tests: 1.5 A per coil for the DRV8825 vs 1.2 A per coil for the A4988 Black Edition and 1 A per coil for the original A4988 carrier).
    • The DRV8825 uses a different naming convention for the stepper motor outputs, but they are functionally the same as the corresponding pins on the A4988 carrier, so the same connections to both drivers result in the same stepper motor behavior. On both boards, the first part of the label identifies the coil (so you have coils “A” and “B” on the DRV8825 and coils “1” and “2” on the A4988).
    • For those with color-sensitive applications, note that the DRV8825 carrier is purple.

    In summary, the DRV8825 carrier is similar enough to our A4988 carriers that the minimum connection diagram for the A4988 is a valid alternate way to connect the DRV8825 to a microcontroller as well:

    Alternative minimal wiring diagram for connecting a microcontroller to a DRV8824/DRV8825 stepper motor driver carrier (full-step mode).
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    RM70.00
  • A3967 EasyDriver Stepper Motor Driver V4.4 for arduino development board (Arduino)



    Features:


    The EasyDriver is a simple to use stepper motor driver, compatible with anything that can output a digital 0 to 5V pulse (or 0 to 3.3V pulse if you solder SJ2 closed on the EasyDriver). EasyDriver requires a 7V to 30V supply to power the motor and can power any voltage of stepper motor. The EasyDriver has an on board voltage regulator for the digital interface that can be set to 5V or 3.3V. Connect a 4-wire stepper motor and a microcontroller and you\'ve got precision motor control! EasyDriver drives bi-polar motors, and motors wired as bi-polar. I.e. 4,6, or 8 wire stepper motors. On this version (v4.4) we fixed the silk error on the min/max adjustment. MS1 and MS2 pins broken out to change microstepping resolution to full, half, quarter and eighth steps (defaults to eighth) Compatible with 4, 6, and 8 wire stepper motors of any voltage. Adjustable current control from 150mA/phase to 750mA/phase. Power supply range from 7V to 30V. The higher the voltage, the higher the torque at high speeds.


    Note: Do not connect or disconnect a motor while the driver is energized. This will cause permanent damage to the A3967 IC.

    Specifications:
    Main color: Red
    Board size: 47 x 20mm
    Pin header size: 51 x 11mm
    Net weight: 7g

    Package contents:
    1 x A3967 board
    1 x Pin Header


    Click here for A3967 Spec Sheet

    Breadboard Connection:








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    RM29.50
    RM35.00
  • Arduino Mega 2560 Rev.3 (Arduino)
    The Arduino Mega 2560 is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega2560 (datasheet).

    It has 54 digital input/output pins (of which 14 can be used as PWM outputs), 16 analog inputs, 4 UARTs (hardware serial ports), a 16 MHz crystal oscillator, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button.

    It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. The Mega is compatible with most shields designed for the Arduino Duemilanove or Diecimila.

    Please note that this is the clone version of the mega 2560, it is however identical in every way and is completely compatible with al arduino mega shields and accessories.

    Click here for the Pin Mapping
    Click here for more atmega 2560 info
    Click here for Reprap RAMPS 1.4

    Specifications:

        Microcontroller: ATmega2560
        Operating Voltage: 5V
        Input Voltage (recommended): 7-12V
        Input Voltage (limits): 6-20V
        Digital I/O Pins: 54 (of which 15 provide PWM output)
        Analog Input Pins: 16
        DC Current per I/O Pin: 40 mA
        DC Current for 3.3V Pin: 50 mA
        Flash Memory: 256 KB of which 8 KB used by bootloader
        SRAM: 8 KB
        EEPROM: 4 KB
        Clock Speed: 16 MHz

    Specifications:
    Size:10 x 10 x 5 cm
    Net weight:35g
    Package weight:200g

    Package content:
    1 x Mega 2560
    1 x USB Cable 50cm
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    RM110.00
    RM145.00
  • RepRap Arduino Mega Pololu Shield (Ramps 1.4) (Arduino)
    It is designed to fit the entire electronics needed for a RepRap in one small package for low cost.
    RAMPS interfaces an Arduino Mega with the powerful Arduino MEGA platform and has plenty room for expansion.
    The modular design includes plug in stepper drivers and extruder control electronics on an Arduino MEGA shield
    for easy service, part replacement, upgrade-ability and expansion.
    Additionally, a number of Arduino expansion boards can be added to the system as long as the main RAMPS board
    is kept to the top of the stack.

    Specifications:
    Main color: Green
    Size: 11.5 x 6 cm
    Net weight: 72g

    Package content:
    1x RAMPS 1.4 3D printer Control


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    RM105.00
    RM155.00
  • Arduino Uno R3 (Arduino)

    Overview


    The Arduino Uno is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328 (datasheet). It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz ceramic resonator, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started.

    Summary

    Microcontroller ATmega328
    Operating Voltage 5V
    Input Voltage (recommended) 7-12V
    Input Voltage (limits) 6-20V
    Digital I/O Pins 14 (of which 6 provide PWM output)
    Analog Input Pins 6
    DC Current per I/O Pin 40 mA
    DC Current for 3.3V Pin 50 mA
    Flash Memory 32 KB (ATmega328) of which 0.5 KB used by bootloader
    SRAM 2 KB (ATmega328)
    EEPROM 1 KB (ATmega328)
    Clock Speed 16 MHz

    Details

    For details, visit Arduino Uno R3 page.

    Resource

    1. Visit Arduino Official Site.
    2. Learn Arduino - 
    Getting Started.
    3. Download 
    Arduino Software, it is free, open source, and available for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. 
    4. The official Arduino multi-lingual 
    forum is the place to start with questions ...

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    RM63.00
    RM75.00
  • Arduino Nano 3.0 Atmel ATmega328 Mini-USB Board (Arduino Nano)
    Arduino Nano 3.0 Atmel ATmega328 Mini-USB Board

    Specifications:

    Microcontroller Atmel ATmega328
    Operating Voltage (logic level) 5 Vdc
    Input Voltage (recommended) 7-12 Vdc
    Input Voltage (limits) 6-20 Vdc
    Digital I/O Pins 14 (of which 6 provide PWM output)
    Analog Input Pins 8
    DC Current per I/O Pin 40 mA
    Flash Memory 32 KB (of which 2KB used by bootloader)
    SRAM 2 KB
    EEPROM 1 KB
    Clock Speed 16 MHz

    Features:
    Automatic reset during program download
    Power OK blue LED on the bottom
    Green (TX), red (RX) and orange (L) LED
    +5Vdc to AREF jumper
    Auto sensing/switching power input
    Small mini-B USB for programming and serial monitor (cable not included)
    ICSP header for direct program download
    Power OK blue LED on the bottom
    Standard 0.1” spacing DIP (breadboard friendly)
    Manual reset switch

    The Arduino Nano can be powered via the mini-USB connection, 6-20Vdc unregulated external power supply (pin 30), or 5Vdc regulated external power supply (pin 27). The power source is automatically selected to the highest voltage source.
     package include


    1 x Arduino Nano
    1 x USB Cable
    4 x Jumper Cables


    Click here for more Nano info
    Click here for ATmega312 Spec
    Click here for Arduino Nano User's Manual 
    Add to Cart
    RM88.00
    RM95.00
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