This is an un-soldered male iPhone/iPad/iPod connector. This product comes in three easy-to-assemble pieces. This iPhone/iPad/iPod connector is more compact than the other styles we carry. It's also really similar to what's being shipped with new iPhones and iTouches these days.Learn More
Regular Price: €22.50
Special Price: €17.30
This is a simple to use, RS232 to serial base unit for the XBee line. This unit works with all XBee modules including the Series 1 and Series 2.5, standard and Pro version. Plug the unit into the XBee Explorer, attach a RS232 cable, and you will have direct access to the serial and programming pins on the XBee unit. The board also supports DTR communication so you can reprogram and configure the XBee unit.Learn More
XBee modules, RS232 cable, and power supplies sold below.
This Serial Cable connects iOS devices to RS-232 serial devices. It is designed for use with iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch (fourth generation), iPad 2 and iPad.
The cable is one meter long and has a male DB-9 connector.
It supports communication at speeds up to 57.6 Kbps and requires iOS 4.3.x or later.
Redpark Serial Cable SDK
This serial modem brought to you by Switch Science allows you to interface an Arduino board with your iPhone or Android smartphone through the audio jack. Now you can integrate your smartphone into your next embedded project. Some software is required on the phone side, and of course there is an Arduino library.
Because the modem and supporting software exploits a connection originally intended for audio, some corruption of the serial data is to be expected from time to time. It's recommended that you keep this in mind when writing your code. See the links below for more information on the board, the Arduino library, and how to implement it.
Note: A standard 3.5mm stereo headphone cable will not work correctly with this board. You must use the special 4-pole cable such as you would find on a wired headset. The audio jack shown does come with the board, but is not soldered to the board.
€120.00HiJack is a hardware/software platform for creating cubic-inch sensor peripherals for the mobile phone. HiJack devices harvest power and use bandwidth from the mobile phone's headset interface. The HiJack platform enables a new class of small and cheap phone-centric sensor peripherals that support plug-and-play operation. HiJack has been tested with the iPhone 3G/3GS/4G, iPod Touch, and iPad devices. Pack list: - Hijack baord X1 - Programmer X1 - Protoboard X2 - Cable X5 For more information about this product, please visit the product main page. Also see this page for documentation Learn More
As low as: €125.00
Optional: 2 x XBee module (802.15.4/ZigBee)
Optional: HiJack Development Pack
With the iPhone/iPad/iPod to Arduino ZigBee/802.15.4 kit you'll be able to connect your iPhone/iPad/iPod to XBee module and communicate wirelessly with Arduino (using the XBee shield). Sending and receiving data from Arduino to iPhone/iPad/iPod and from iPhone/iPad/iPod to Arduino will be very easy, you may need the Redpark Serial Cable SDK (see downloads) for developing your own apps for iPhone/iPad/iPod. Add some sensors to Arduino and you can get data (temperature, light...) in your iPhone/iPad/iPod display, even you can add transistors/relays and control lights, motors... from your iPhone/iPad/iPod display.
Downloads: Redpark Serial Cable SDKLearn More
This is a simple adapter which allows you to charge your iPad, iPhone, or iPod from a mini USB cable. It's as simple as that! It works with 3rd gen iPods, iPhone 3Gs, and pretty much any Apple product which has an 'i' in front of the name that uses this connector. But keep in mind, this is JUST A CHARGER and will NOT allow you to access data from your computer or make a USB data connection. It's just a charger. What you see is what you get. This does not come with a cable or an 'i' product.
Regular Price: €15.75
Special Price: €14.00
This is a simple USB serial interface to mate with the Nike+iPhone/iPad/iPod product. Use this breakout board to send and receive serial commands to the receiver and listen for individual foot pods. This will allow easy creation of proximity based projects and running/workout research. VCC (3.3V), ground, and iPhone/iPad/iPod TX and RX are brought out to a standard header so that you can connect this board to a microcontroller.
Don't forget to checkout the original tutorial!
We provide a simple example VB program that demonstrates how to initialize the receiver to listen for all foot pods in range and display the raw data including foot pod IDs. Any receiver can hear any foot pod - they don't have to be mated in any way.
It turns out the foot pod will activate with minimal movement. We really want to attach these to our cats and make an ID controlled cat-door-lock system. 'Are you Carlos? No? You can't come in.'