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Sensors in Breakouts, Boards & Electronics

Breakouts add handy functions to your microcontroller, be it a Raspberry Pi, Arduino, or something else. They tend to be dedicated to just one or a couple of functions, like audio output, motor driving, or sensors, but can be built up into larger projects.

PMW3901 Optical Flow Sensor Breakout

This fancy optical flow sensor detects motion of surfaces in front of it, from ~80mm to infinity! It's great for DIY drone builds, and it's compatible with our new Breakout Garden HAT with SPI. Read more...

  • PIM453
£18
In stock

ADS1015 +/-24V ADC breakout

This ADS1015 ADC (analog-to-digital converter) breakout has three channels that can read voltages from -24V to +24V at sampling rates up to 3.3KHz with 12-bit resolution. Read more...

  • PIM422
£12
In stock

Trackball Breakout

A tiny, RGBW-illuminated, clickable Trackball Breakout that's perfect for adding navigation or control to your Raspberry Pi or Arduino projects. Read more...

  • PIM447
£13.50
In stock

Adafruit VEML7700 Lux Sensor - I2C Light Sensor

Vishay has a lot of light sensors out there, and this is a nice simple lux sensor that's easy to add to any microcontoller. Most light sensors just give you a number for brighter/darker ambient lighting. The VEML7700 makes your life easier by calculating the lux, which is an SI unit for light. You'll get more consistent readings between multiple sensors because you aren't dealing with some unit-less values. Read more...

£4.80
26 in stock

MCP9600 Thermocouple Amplifier Breakout

This top-of-the-range MCP9600 thermocouple amplifier breakout works with eight different thermocouple types, has built-in temperature alerts, is compatible with Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and with our no-solder Breakout Garden HAT. Read more...

£19.50
In stock