Introducting the CMDR Shield for Arduino

Dave Hrynkiw
July 13, 2012

Solarbotics CMDR (Compact Motor Driver Robot) ShieldLast week we beefed up the Ardweeny with the Multipack, and this week we're turning out attention to the Arduino. We've just released the CMDR (Compact Motor Driver) Shield, which lets you bi-directionally drive two gear motors or a single stepper motor, read 6 analog sensors, and control up to 8 servos all at the same time. Give 'er a look - we think this adds quite some punch to your Arduino for $28.95.






And if that doesn't quite do it for you, well, we have some other stuff for you today too:

Solarbotics SAFE VESA Mount add-on Solarbotics SAFE VESA Mount Add-on
$8.99
Is your Gameduino shield, video game shield, or Raspberry Pi® taking up valuable desk real estate? Well, we now have a solution for you: the SAFE VESA Mount! It allows you to install your application to the back of an LCD monitor, and tuck all the cables away with it, for a clean project install.
40 pin Female-to-Female Jumper Cable 40 pin Female-to-Female Jumper Cable
$6.95
This rainbow jumper bundle is quite handy for making a color-coded wiring harnesses. It's also suitable for all kinds of 0.1" spacing applications like breadboarding or connecting between headers on PCBs!
Getting Started with Netduino Getting Started with Netduino
$19.99
Start building electronics projects with Netduino, the popular open source hardware platform that’s captured the imagination of makers and hobbyists worldwide. This easy-to-follow book provides the guidance you'll need to experiment with the Netduino line of devices and the .NET Micro Framework.
IOS to External GPS Cable IOS to External GPS Cable
$59.00
Connects an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to navigation devices such as a GPS. This cable works with official iOS apps and you can even write your own official apps to take advantage of this cable and make money doing it, if you so desire.
iOS TTL Serial Cable iOS TTL Serial Cable
$59.99
This TTL Serial Cable is used in conjunction with the Redpark Software Develop Kit to create iOS apps that communicate with a serial device. Connects an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to TTL serial devices like Arduinos, sensor modules, etc. at baud rates up to 57.6 Kbps.

And in other news, those crafty folks over at ThinkGeek have started carrying the Useless Box, which is turning into quite a big deal on this big ol' internet thing. Who'da thunk?

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