Friday New Product: More Grove Yet Again

Solar botics
March 20, 2015

SeeedStudio continues to impress us with he Grove line of Arduino/Pi/microcontroller compatible plug-in modules. Here's a fresh batch for today's product announcements.

Grove - RGB Backlight LCD
$18.00

Have your Grove experiment display more information in more ways than just 2 lines of 16 characters of text. Have it change the background lighting of the LCD for additional feedback.
Grove - 2-Coil Latching Relay
$12.84
The Grove latching relays are interesting because they take a pulse to toggle their state, which it maintains even after a power cycle.
Grove - Serial MP3 Player
$19.32

Simple MP3 playback in a Grove interface. Plug it in, feed the audio signal to an amplifier, and you're listening to music.
Grove - Speaker
$8.94
Amplified speaker output for the Grove prototyping system.
Grove - Barometer Sensor
$19.32

Measure barometric pressure and report it back as a pressure, atmospheres, or altitude, plus get the temperature from the same sensor.
Grove - Circular LED
$16.74

Grove-compatible circular 24 LED array.

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