Arduino Shields

Buy Arduino Shields: From Motor to Sensor in our UK store

Welcome to our UK store where you can find a wide range of shields to enhance your projects. Whether you’re looking for a motor shield, sensor shield, or Ethernet shield, we have everything you need to take your Arduino projects to the next level.

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  • 0.91 inch 128x32 Blue IIC I2C OLED LCD Display Module 3.3v 5v Arduino
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  • 2.4 Inch Touch Screen 240x320 LCD TFT ILI9341 Display
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  • 4 channel 5v relay shield board
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  • Arduino MEGA Compatible ProtoShield V3 Prototype Expansion Board + Mini Bread Board
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  • This is a terminal adapter for Arduino Nano V3 also can be used for older nano models (A0-A7 are in the reverse order) You can use this adapter to easily hook up Arduino Nano to an outside world via hook up wires.
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  • Nano V3.0 Prototype Shield Extension Board
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  • Sensor Shield Expansion Board for Arduino UNO R3 V5.0 Module
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  • Sensor Shield for Arduino UNO R3
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  • CNC shield V3 for Arduino
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  • ENC28J60 Ethernet Network Board
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  • Nano V3 Ethernet Shield Module ENC28J60
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  • LCD 2.4 TFT Touch Screen Shield 240x320 for Arduino R3, Mega2560
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What is an Arduino shield?

It is an add-on board that provides additional functionality and expands the capabilities of an Arduino board. It connects to the Arduino’s header pins and allows you to easily integrate various modules, sensors, and other components into your projects.

Arduino shields come in a wide range of types, each designed to add a specific set of features to the Arduino board. For example, there are shields for adding Ethernet connectivity, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, motor control, sensors, and more.

Simplify the process of adding new features to an Arduino project. Instead of having to design and build custom circuits and components, users can simply plug in a compatible shield to add the desired functionality.

How to choose the right one for your project?

Consider the specific requirements of your project. Identify the functionalities you need and look for shields that are compatible with your Arduino board. Consider factors such as the number of pins, the available interfaces, and the compatibility with other shields. By doing thorough research, you can ensure that you select the perfect shield for your project.