Welcome to the UltiBlink shop.
The shop is operated manually for the moment.
If you want a safer shopping, ask me to add the selected item(s) to my Tindie store. It'll be a bit more expensive due to Tindie's comission.
Express shipping also can be arranged on demand.
Please do not pay before contacting me, as the stock is limited and first-come-first-served policy is active at the moment.
A small Arduino-programmable board with the Atmega 328p microcontroller capable of driving up to 16 RGB LEDs. All unused Arduino pins are present, the board is breadboard-compatible. Extension boards provide access to more RGB LEDs. These extension boards can be used with an UltiBlink as well as with a generic Arduino and any other microcontroller board.
A slightly larger variation of the UltiBlink RGB designed with versatility in mind. This board can be used with both RGB (up to 16) and single color LEDs (up to 48) and is also perfect for prototyping with wire connections. The Arduino pins layout is the same, but due to a larger size, this board is not perfect for the breadboard. The extensions provide additional LEDs to be controlled by the same Atmega 328 and can also be used as a stand-alone Arduino (or any other microcontroller platform) modules.
BlinkeyBlinkey & Core
The BlinkeyBlinkey is a pokerchip-sized board capable of driving 10 RGB LEDs situated around its rim. These boards were designed to be stackable on top of each other to make 3D lighting contraptions. The BlinkeyCore board is an Arduino-compatible board in the same pokerchip format that can serve as a base for your BlinkeyBlinkeys column – or as a neat round generic Arduino with the five standard LED driver outputs, as well as all the Arduino pins, present.
As the name implies, the RGB Clock board was designed as a base for one of my clocks. In fact, though, it is a 5x3 RGB display capable of displaying colorful digits and letters, as well as some animations. The board is Arduino-compatible with all the pins present, sports a real-time clock chip, a battery compartment, two buttons and even a small prototyping area. A truncated version of the ASCII table is loaded into the EEPROM memory, the sketch and instructions on its use are provided. The board can host both SMD and thru-hole RGB LEDs (including 10mm ones!).