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NEW PRODUCT – Nunchucky (Wii Nunchuck breakout adapter)

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NEW PRODUCT – Nunchucky (Wii Nunchuck breakout adapter). The Wii Nunchuck has proven to be an excellent bargain – switches, joystick, and accelerometer in one handy package!

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But it’s a shame to hack off the connector to make use of it, so use the Solarbotics Nunchucky breakout board adapter!

The Nunchucky features:

  • Two sets of interface pads
  • Includes both 4 Pin male header
  • Lock notches so your Nunchuck “clicks” in and won’t let loose!
  • Tie-down Holes for securing ribbon-cable extensions

Pairs perfectly with our Wii Nunchuck controller You’ll need a microcontroller with i2c port, there is lots of example code online, we like this Arduino sketch.

In stock and shipping now.


Nunchuck Lrg

NEW PRODUCT – Wii controller (Nunchuck / Wiichuck). This is a generic Wii Nunchuck controller, we haven’t tried it with a Wii but it does work great with the Video Game shield, and all the microcontroller code we tried. There’s a 3-axis accelerometer inside as well as a resistive 2-axis joystick and two buttons. You can grab the data over two i2c data lines. There’s tons of example code for all sorts of microcontrollers for these guys!

In stock and shipping now!



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