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Sensor building kit for NXT with PCF8591 IC

Works With:Works with NXTDoes not work with EV3Works with Arduino
Analog kit for NXTThis kit is an ideal platform for you to design and build your own Analog device. The kit comes with all the necessary parts to do Input/Outputs with NXT brick.

The kit contains:
  • Specially designed PCB
  • PCF8591 IC (This is an analog IC)
  • appropriate capacitors
  • appropriate resistors
  • NXT type socket
  • 10 pin header

NOTE: Requires soldering.
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This board can have 7 different address settings (I2C addresses). These settings are selectable through the jumpers on the bottom of the board.

You can connect upto 7 such boards to a single NXT port, using port splitter.