since some of you like to work with hardware and electronics are essential for a Science Hack Day, we gathered some materials over the years.
Following is an almost exhaustive list of Hardware we provide to you.
In addition to that, if you have specific hardware requirements or offers of cool equipment people should know about…
For urgent materials, that might be available at Segor or Conrad or something, we will send out someone some time Saturday afternoon to get what you need. Don’t worry now- we will announce it
POST THEM HERE!
Arduinos: some Unos, Micro, Ethernet, Mega, Fona, Gemma, Lilypad (for wearable projects)
Adafruit Feather boards: Bluefruit, Huzzah(wifi), Ethernet, Fona
Circuit Playground, Bare Conductive Touchboard, Fona Shield, Bluetooth Mate, BlueFruit LE, LCD display, breakout, Weather board
Raspberry Pi 2, and some 3s
DCs, servo, steppers, solonoids in various sizes, vibration motors, & a solonoid valve
Basic, buttons, switches, potis, tilt sensors and a joystick
several temperature sensors, humidity sensors chemical senors (MQ-7, MQ-3), microphones, several different accelerometer
vibration sensors, different types of distance sensors (ultrasonic, time of flight), different light sensors(IR,lux, color sensors)
flex & pressure sensors… And probably some more
different batteries and connectors and power supplies. The TU also has Lab Power supplies
Of course we also also have the electronic basics covered. So we have all kinds of cables, wires, breadboards, shrinking tubes
magnets, resistors, transistors, diods, small speaker, and so on…
We have different things that make light:
LED strips, matrixes, single LED’s IR, UV, laser diodes and EL Wire
Good stuff for wearable hackers:
Velostat, Woven Conductive, Conductive ribbon cable, Conductive Fiber stainless Stell, soft potentiometers…
We also have some physiological sensors and their development boards
EDA, ECG, EMG, Pulse Sensor, Muscle Sensors, EMG Electrodes, Dry Electrodes…
We also have basic stuff like strong tape, a voltmeter, rubber bands, LAN cables, those things…
It’s kind of an overkill but we want to make sure that we really have all you need and we’re getting closer every year.