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Carbon Monoxide gas sensor module for Arduino MQ-7

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Item Number
MQ7
Item Condition
New
Price
£2.50 (inc VAT £3.00)

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  • 4 Pin Chassis Plug to fit YL400 Line Socket.

    4 Pin Chassis Plug to fit YL400 Line Socket.

    Mutliway Chassis/Panel Plug. (Yaesu style Microphone Plug). 4ways. Fits YL400 Connector

    YC400
    £1.85
  • 16 pin Turned IC Socket

    16 pin Turned IC Socket

    IC High Quality Turned Pin Socket. Totally protected from solder. Gold plated contacts 16 pin

    TDL16
    £0.45
  • 7805 Fixed Voltage Regulator

    7805 Fixed Voltage Regulator

    5V 1.5A Positive Voltage Regulator TO220.

    7805
    £0.42
  • 4 Way Line Microphone Female Connector

    4 Way Line Microphone Female Connector

    Mutliway Line Socket. (Yaesu style Microphone Connector). 4 ways. Fits YC400 Connector

    YL400
    £1.85
  • Data Logger Shield with Real Time Clock for Arduino

    Data Logger Shield with Real Time Clock for Arduino

    Data Logger Shield with Real Time Clock for Arduino Uno 

    This Arduino compatible shield allows the logging and storage data from an Arduino project to an SD card.

    Having a built in Real Time Clock (RTC) insures data accuracyover long time periods and at times where your project may suffer from power loss. Supplied with a CR1220 lithium battery. 

    AUDL
    £4.50
  • Hall effect magnetic linear module for Arduino KY-024

    Hall effect magnetic linear module for Arduino KY-024

    Hall effect magnetic standard linear module for Arduino and other microcontroller projects

     
    This module uses a hall effect sensor to detect magnetic fields.
    It also has a comparator to give a digital output and an analogue output.
    A potentiometer can adjust the level for the digital output 
     
    Voltage : 5VDC
    Size 36x16mm
    KY024
    £2.50
  • 0.1uF 50V Monolythic Ceramic Capacitor

    0.1uF 50V Monolythic Ceramic Capacitor

    Monlolythic Ceramic Capacitor 50V, Y5V dielectric. 5mm pitch 100nF (0.1uF)

    CZF100N
    £0.10
  • Control Knob Black with Silver Insert, Grub Screw 19.5mm diameter.

    Control Knob Black with Silver Insert, Grub Screw 19.5mm diameter.

    Instrument Control Knob 19mm Diameter. Black with Silver Insert

     

    With White Position Marker.

    For 1/4 inch (6.35mm) Spindles

    KK19
    £0.64
  • Breadboard Power Supply 5V / 3.3V

    Breadboard Power Supply 5V / 3.3V

    Power Supply Board for Breadboard

     
    This PSU board is designed to fit directly on to a standard breadboard such as our BB400T and BB830. to give 2 power rails, 5V or 3.3V, Rail voltages are switch selectable. It can powered by 7-12V at the DC socket or 5V via the micro USB socket.
     
    Voltage in : 5VDC Via USB or 7-12VDC 
    Max Current : 700mA
    Size 53x31mm
    BBPSU
    £2.50

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Carbon Monoxide sensor module for Arduino and other microcontroler projects

 
A Carbon Monoxide sensor detects CO in normal air conditions.
The resistance of the sensor changes with CO levels giving a varying voltage on the analogue pin. A comparator supplies a digital output when the CO level reaches a certain level, set with the built in potentiometer.
 
Please note, this sensor needs to run for 24-48 hours before first time use
 
Voltage : 5VDC
Current : 100mA
Sensitivity : 10 to 10000ppm
Size 32x21mm

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