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Polylite True Yellow PLA Filament 3Kg 3mm CE04704 Core Electronics Australia +
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Polylite True Grey PLA Filament 3Kg 3mm CE04699 Core Electronics Australia +
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PolyLite™ by Polymaker offers excellent 3D printing performance, a vibrant palette of colors, and will become your aff...
Polylite True Green PLA Filament 3Kg 3mm CE04698 Core Electronics Australia +
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PolyLite™ by Polymaker offers excellent 3D printing performance, a vibrant palette of colors, and will become your aff...
Polylite Black PLA Filament 3Kg 3mm CE04689 Core Electronics Australia +
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In this tutorial we'll be writing our first bash script for Raspberry Pi. We'll create a directory to keep this and future scripts, write the actual script, and set it up as something that can be executed from the shell. Scripts are an incredibly po...
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We've been familiar with the Mooshimeter for a while now, we've got tutorials on Getting up and running with a Mooshimeter, how to datalog with your mooshimeter, taking voltage/current measurements with multi-meters and finally a whole article on moo...
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In this tutorial we’ll be getting familiar with basic use of the Raspberry Pi terminal. We’ll cover navigating the file-system, making directories, writing and editing text files, and just touch on the use of wildcards. To get started wi...
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One of the great things about the 8Bitdo controllers is the fact that you can upgrade the firmware as new builds are released by 8Bitdo, allowing for future compatibility with various platforms. The process for updating the 8Bitdo controller firmware...
In this tutorial we’ll be getting familiar with basic use of the Raspberry Pi terminal. We’ll cover navigating the file-system, making directories, writing and editing text files, and just touch on the use of wildcards.

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WHAT IS MQTT? MQTT (Message Queue Telemetry Transport) is a simple and ‘lightweight’ way for internet-connected devices to send each other messages. This is important for home-automation because devices need to send messages back and forth like ‘turn on the lights’ or ‘turn off the sprinklers.’ Devices using MQTT communicate by publishing data to topics. MQTT devices subscribe to a topic, and when data is published to that topic it is pushed to all the subscribers.

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Recent Reviews

CAN-BUS Shield DEV-13262 Sparkfun Australia +
$37.97
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Mar 6th
The CAN-BUS Shield provides your Arduino or Redboard with CAN-BUS capabilities and allows you to hack your vehicle. It u...
Review by Mike verified purchaser
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Great product; the breakout on the board for CAN-H and CAN-L is extremely useful. It can also be enabled to run at a lower baud rate for General Motors low speed Single Wire CAN (SWCAN) - 33.3Kbps.
(Posted on 23/02/2017)
Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit CE00300 Raspberry Pi Australia +
$120.00
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Mar 7th
The Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit is just that; a starter kit! We've brought together all the essentials needed to power up...
Review by Tom verified purchaser
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Contain everything you need to get going at a reasonable price. The case is a little overkill and an option to substitute it for a budget alternative would be ideal though.
(Posted on 14/02/2017)