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  1. 8-channel Bi-directional Logic Level Converter - TXB0108 (ADA395) Image 1 ADA395 Adafruit Australia

    8-channel Bi-directional Logic Level Converter - TXB0108

    SKU: ADA395

    The TXB0108 bi-directional level converter performs bidirectional level shifting from pretty much any voltage to any voltage and will auto-detect the direction. Only thing that doesn't work well with this chip is i2c (because it uses strong pullups which confuse auto-direction sensor). If you need to use pullups, you can but they should be at least 50K ohm - the ones internal to AVRs/Arduino are about 100K ohm so those are OK! Its a little more luxurious than a 74LVX245 but if you just don't want to worry about directional pins this is a life saver!

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    $12.03 AUD, inc GST
    AUD, inc GST
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    Fri 16th of Dec

    $12.03 AUD

  2. Atmega32u4 Breakout Board (ADA296) Image 1 ADA296 Adafruit Australia

    Atmega32u4 Breakout Board

    SKU: ADA296
    Toss out those FTDI cables and go USB-native with the ATmega32u4. After many months of back-orders, Adafruit finally received a shipment of these little guys and are excited to offer Adafruit's breakout board. The little dev board keeps it simple, with just the bare essentials: Learn More
    $30.08 AUD, inc GST
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    Fri 16th of Dec

    $30.08 AUD

  3. Barebones AVR dev. board (ADA174) Image 1 ADA174 Adafruit Australia

    Barebones AVR dev. board

    SKU: ADA174
    Adafruit took the business-card-sized AVR target board from Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories and added a few components to make an AVR dev board that has only the bare minimums! Learn More
    $17.19 AUD, inc GST
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    Mon 12th of Dec

    $17.19 AUD

  4. LPC810 Mini Starter Pack ADA1336 Adafruit Australia

    LPC810 Mini Starter Pack

    SKU: ADA1336
    If you like the speed and simplicity of ARM Cortex M0+ chips, but want to just dip a toe in, you'll fall in love with the adorable little LPC810. This particular chip in DIP8 really jumped out at Adafruit since it's so different than what people usually think of when they hear 'ARM'. The DIP8 LPC810 is still somewhat of a challenge to use precisely because it's so small (by ARM standards, anyway): 4KB flash and 1KB SRAM. But the low price, 32-bit processor, 12MHz internal oscillator, I2C/SPI/UART with configurable pin-matrix, and built-in serial bootloader is quite nice. Learn More
    $19.24 AUD, inc GST
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    Fri 16th of Dec

    $19.24 AUD

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