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  • Polyalchemy Filament for 3D Printers
  • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ (Plus)
  • Bantam Tools Desktop PCB Milling Machine
  • Desktop Infinity Mirror Kit
  • raspberry pi zero in Australia and New Zealand

pi-top with Inventors Kit - Raspberry Pi Laptop KIT-15175 Sparkfun Australia - Express Delivery Australia Wide +
$613.06
The pi-top (officially called the pi-top [3]) is a DIY laptop you build yourself that helps you start learning how to co...
Slim Case For Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ CE06233 Core Electronics Products - In Stock - In Australia +
$7.95
If you're looking for a slim and sleek case for your Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ then look no further! The Slim Case for the...
DJI Tello Snap-on Top Cover (Blue) CE06230 +
$16.00
Colorful cover specially designed for Tello
Adafruit ADXL343 + ADT7410 Sensor FeatherWing ADA4147 Adafruit in Australia - Express Delivery Australia Wide +
$22.75
Upgrade any Feather board with motion and precision temperature sensing, with this all-in-one sensing FeatherWing. It sp...
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The Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a powerful new feature that lets you run a Linux terminal from within windows. You may wonder why you would want this, but it actually is great for developers. A lot of Web and open source toolchains are devel...
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Sometimes all a good Pycom project needs is some colourful lights! This tutorial demonstrates how to control WS2812 LEDs with the Pycom Wipy and Lopy4. WS2812 or WS2812B LEDs (otherwise known as NeoPixels) are the most commonly used RGB LEDs on ...
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You have your shiny new MicroPython or Circuit Python board and you have Installed the Firmware and connected to REPL, but now you want to put your code onto the board. To do this we need to send the files over serial. Luckily Adafruit has made a too...
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The Micro:bit has the ability to measure temperature by sensing the temperature of the silicon die inside the main CPU. This works because the Micro:bit runs cold, and the temperature of the CPU is usually a good approximation of ambient te...

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Learn how to setup and use MicroPython on a Micro:bit

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We'll explore how to use micro:bit's onboard sensors, and how to write functions in MicroPython.

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The next thing we are going to look at is how to use the built-in Bluetooth radio, the micro bit uses a cut down version of the Bluetooth.

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Analogue signals are continuous meaning that they can have any value in some range (for example 0-1000). Let's have a look at how to use them.

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Slim Wireless Keyboard CE05826 Core Electronics Products - In Stock - In Australia +
$37.50
Ultra slim and mini-sized 2.4GHz Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad, perfect for the living room TV
Review by Jonathan verified purchaser
Rating
Very small and low-profile, which makes it a little tricky to type rapidly on. Otherwise functions pretty much exactly as expected. Very useful for providing a combined mouse/keyboard interface into a Raspberry Pi 3A+, which only has a single USB port.
(Posted on 18/03/2019)
Adjustable Switching Power Supply Module IN 4V-35V OUT 1.5V-30V LM2596S CE05572 +
$4.55
A versatile power supply DC-DC converter module that offers a wide range for both input voltage (4V-35V) and output volt...
Review by Michael verified purchaser
Rating
Great little unit. Set and forget. Good solder pads, and is easily tucked away in some out-of-the-way corner. Mobile Phone charging is hit and miss but this is probably issues with the phones themselves being too picky.
(Posted on 14/03/2019)