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    The temperature sensor is used to detect change in temperature. It (excluding the connector part) is waterproof, so it can be used to detect temperature of liquids. Rivets of the ROBOTIS DREAM Kit can be used to assemble the sensor onto robots. Temperature detection range : -20º ~ 120º.
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    The PIR sensor is used to detect movements. It can sense objects moving within the detection range. Rivets of the ROBOTIS DREAM Kit can be used to assemble the sensor onto robots.
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    A device that provides the main source of power for creating OLLO movements. (AA batteries required). Can be assembled onto OLLO parts using rivets.
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    OpenTracker v2 is the first 100% Arduino compatible, fully open source, commercial grade GPS/GLONASS vehicle tracker development board that comes with a free web interface for tracking. The OpenTracker v2 hardware includes the same powerful 32-bit ARM controller as the Arduino DUE, a GSM/GPRS modem for wireless connectivity, a GPS/GLONASS module with Assisted-GPS, CAN-BUS, plenty of I/O, and a wide operating temperature range of -35°C to +80°C.
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    These analog (RH) British Telecom connectors are primarily used by our English friends across the pond but here at SparkFun we like to use them for Vernier sensors. These 6-pin connectors are very similar to the RJ11s we use here in North America except instead of a bottom-mounted hook lock, the BTA uses a side-mounted lock. These BTA connectors are perfect for educators or other users who need to set up a Custom Vernier analog sensor which produces a voltage that changes from high to low or vice versa.
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    These digital (LH) British Telecom connectors are primarily used by our English friends across the pond but here at SparkFun we like to use them for Vernier sensors. These 6-pin connectors are very similar to the RJ11s we use here in North America except instead of a bottom-mounted hook lock, the BTD uses a side-mounted lock. These BTD connectors are perfect for educators or other users who need to set up a Custom Vernier digital sensor which produces a voltage that needs to be measured like temperature, force, light, or sound.
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    The ZX Distance and Gesture Sensor is a touchless sensor that is capable of looking for simple gestures. Developed in conjunction with XYZ Interactive, the sensor uses their GestureSense® technology to recognize the distance of an object away from the sensor up to about 12 inches (30cm, referred to as the “Z” axis) and the location of the object from side to side across the sensor in about a 6-inch (15cm) span, referred to as the “X” axis. You will be able to use I2C or UART to communicate with the ZX Sensor via a microcontroller or computer.
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    The DYScan DE2120 is one of the coolest little barcode scanners we've ever seen. This tiny "scan engine" will read 20 different barcode symbologies — both 1D and 2D! This is achieved by using a camera coupled with on-board image processing to identify and decode everything from UPC codes to QR codes. The module also features two LEDs: one for illumination and one to project the red line that you're used to seeing from laser-based scanners.