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Wingshield Screwshields – back in stock

Wingshield Lrg-1
The ScrewShield is a “wing-format” shield that extends the Arduino pins to sturdy, secure, and dependable screw terminal blocks. (You even get a few bonus terminals for extra GND and power!). The wing design allows you to extend just one or both sides (“analog” & “digital”) of the Arduino, and still access the jumpers, LEDs, and buttons on the Arduino. Thanks to its extra-long header pins, the ScrewShield can be stacked above or below other shields.

  • 1 Analog-side PCB
  • 1 Digital-side PCB
  • 2 sets of 6-pin stacky female header pins
  • 2 sets of 8-pin stacky female header pins
  • ETerminal blocks to fill 32 holes on the board

Back in stock!


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