Posts Tagged ‘rfiduino’

New Products – 8/3/2015

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

New kits, parts, and upgrades!



Three new RobotGeek Geekduino Experimenter’s Kits are now available! Each kit gives you everything you need to start learning about an Arduino compatible technology, such as Touch Sensors, Displays, and Linear Actuators. Check out our whole line of Experimenter’s Kits!



The Artec Block Robo LINK sets are excellent entry level robotics kits for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education! The Artec Block system makes it easy to build robots without having to fuss with nuts and bolts. The Robotist series sets are a great step up from the Robo LINK series, using the same block system, introducing microcontroller programming.



The RobotGeek RFID Lock Box kit combines Arduino, RFID and a Project Box to make your very own personal safe! The lock box kit allows you to to program your arduino to lock and unlock the box with the swipe an RFID tag or card, it even stays locked if unplugged. Mildly secure your semi-valuables in this decorative conversation piece! The RFIDuino has been upgraded to Version 1.2. The old version is still available, but all kits will come with the new version.



New cables, both utilizing the 90 degree DC Barrel Plug, for easy plugging in tight spaces. The first terminates to bare wire tails, allowing you freedom to solder whatever you need to for your project onto the ends. The second terminates at a 9V battery connector, allowing you to quickly and easily power an Arduino, Geekduino, or AX/MX power hub.


That’s it for now!