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  • Pololu 3.3V, 1A Step-Down Voltage Regulator D24V10F3
    The compact (0.5″ × 0.7″) D24V10F3 synchronous buck voltage regulator takes an input voltage of up to 36 V and efficiently reduces it to 3.3 V while allowing for a maximum output current of 1 A. This regulator offers typical efficiencies between 80% and 90% and has a very low dropout, so it can be used with input voltages as low as a few hundred millivolts above 3.3 V. The pins have a 0.1″ spacing, making this board compatible with standard solderless breadboards and perfboards.   Overview   Pololu step-down voltage regulators D24V10Fx and D24V5Fx next to a 7805 voltage regulator in TO-220 package.   The D24V10Fx family of step-down ..
    S$11.70
  • Pololu QTR-1A Reflectance Sensor (2-Pack)
    The QTR-1A reflectance sensor carries a single infrared LED and phototransistor pair in an inexpensive, tiny 0.5" x 0.3" module that can be mounted almost anywhere and is great for edge detection and line following. The reflectance measurement is output as an analog voltage. This sensor is sold in packs of two units. Functional Description     The Pololu QTR-1A reflectance sensor carries a single infrared LED and phototransistor pair. The phototransistor is connected to a pull-up resistor to form a voltage divider that produces an analog voltage output between 0 V and VIN (which is typically 5 V) as a function of the reflected IR. Lower output voltage is an indication of greater reflection. The LED current-li..
    S$6.60
  • Pololu QTR-1RC Reflectance Sensor (2-Pack)
    The QTR-1RC reflectance sensor carries a single infrared LED and phototransistor pair in an inexpensive, tiny 0.5" x 0.3" module that can be mounted almost anywhere and is great for edge detection and line following. The output is designed to be measured by a digital I/O line. This sensor is sold in packs of two units. Functional description     The Pololu QTR-1RC reflectance sensor carries a single infrared (IR) LED and phototransistor pair. To use the sensor, you must first charge the output node by applying a voltage to the OUT pin. You can then read the reflectance by withdrawing the externally supplied voltage and timing how long it takes the output voltage to decay due to the integrated phototransistor. Shorter decay..
    S$6.60