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  • Raspberry Pi 3
  • Saleae Logic Analysers

PanaVise Solder and Iron Holder CE04581 PanaVise Australia +
$28.30
delivered by
Dec 12th
These two add-ons will help keep your solder iron and solder close at hand while you work
Freetronics RFID Door Lock Shield CE04568 Freetronics Australia +
$13.95
delivered by
Dec 13th
This shield allows your Arduino to control a door lock using an electric strike plate and one of a number of commonly-av...
Freetronics Addressable N-MOSFET driver / output module CE04528 Freetronics Australia +
$5.95
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Dec 13th
Addressable LEDs such as FreePixels are great for chaining a bunch of LEDs together and driving them with a single data ...
Freetronics 8mm RGB LED (Common Cathode) 8-pack suitable for 4x4x4 RGB LED Cube CE04523 Freetronics Australia +
$7.95
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Dec 13th
If you have damaged your 4x4x4 RGB LED Cube during assembly or need to replace some LEDs then order this pack to repair ...
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So we’ve taken a look at what Bluetooth is in our Introduction to Bluetooth tutorial, and hopefully, you’ve found our Choosing a Bluetooth Module For Your Project tutorial useful in deciding which Bluetooth module is right for your p...
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If you've picked yourself up a 3D printer, you've no doubt printed yourself a heap of models from Thingiverse by now. It's great fun and the best way to learn how to control the options you have available through Cura; scaling, rotating and tweakin...
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We get a lot of interest from parents and educators surrounding littleBits and innobits. Especially the difference between the two products. Both are magnetically connected, electronic building blocks. Both products empower people to invent and creat...
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GPS is accurate and handy to use, so much so that we rely on it more and more every day. It's not often we take the time to learn how it works. The idea of GPS refers to a Global Positioning System; a collection of satellites in orbit above the Earth...
Today is the today where we introduce you to another piece of mind-blowingly awesome technology known as Teensy. Simply put, Teensy is a brand of microcontroller development boards created by PJRC and designed by the co-owner, Paul Stoffregen.

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So you’ve got your Particle Photon or Electron, you’ve got your sensors and external components and you’re ready to build an IoT device to make the world your slave. But hang on a minute, the sensor you have only operates on 5V and you vaguely recall that using 5V with the Particle I/O pins could be bad.. watch on.

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Recent Reviews

RetroPie Gaming Kit for SNES CE04446 +
$139.00
delivered by
Dec 9th
Our RetroPie Gaming Kit for SNES rocket launches you with all the bits and pieces needed to revisit your favourite retro...
Review by Richard verified purchaser
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Great kit, arrived quickly and I was up and running in no time with lots of retro gaming feels. A lot easier to use than I thought it would be and the UI is very well polished. Amazing product!
(Posted on 02/12/2016)
Audio Jack - 3.5mm TRRS (SMD) PRT-12639 Sparkfun Australia +
$1.33
delivered by
Dec 8th
This is a 3.5mm TRRS SMD audio jack. TRRS connectors are the audio-style connectors that you see on some phones, MP3 pla...
Review by Gary verified purchaser
Rating
Delivered promptly and in good order - product as described - good value.
(Posted on 02/12/2016)