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New Product Roundup – November 9th

It is Saturday, and time for another New Product Roundup for the week of November 9th. Just a quick reminder – we are closed this Monday, November 11th for Remembrance Day. The showroom is open with regular hours today (Saturday).

This week we have 8 new products, a new tutorial, and a new Product of the Week to share – so lets jump in and have a closer look!





 

New Products This Week
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$12.95

6V Geared DC Motor – 12RPM

 

This high powered gear motor is a 6V DC motor attached to a strong metal gearbox. The gearbox reduces the motor output shaft speed to approximately 12 RPM - perfect for applications where very slow rotation is required! The motor and gearbox measure 25mm in diameter and 57.8mm long excluding the output shaft. The 4mm diameter output shaft has a flatted side, making this a breeze to use with 4mm hub adapters. Two M3 mounting holes are tapped into the gearbox housing on the motor face for mounting. Wires can be easily connected using the two solder tabs located on the back... [Read More]

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$0.50

Quick Connect – 1/4″

 

These 1/4” quick connects (female spade terminals) are perfect for connecting to relays, switches, and other devices with male 1/4” spade terminals. The connectors crimp onto the end of wires and provide an easy means of disconnecting the device if ever needed. . . ... [Read More]

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$11.95

Official Raspberry Pi micro-HDMI to Standard-HDMI Cable

 

This official Raspberry Pi cable is designed specifically for the new Raspberry Pi 4 and fits the micro-HDMI sockets on board. The cable is 1 meter ( approx. 3’) long and has a standard HDMI plug on the opposite end for any standard HDMI monitor or television. The cable’s use isn’t strictly limited to the Raspberry Pi 4, it is compatible with all micro-HDMI equipped devices and supports 3D, 2K, and 4K video formats. ... [Read More]

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$10.95

Raspberry Pi 4 Case – Red

 

This raspberry red case is designed to fit the all-new Raspberry Pi 4. It works with all three variations of the Pi 4 and provides a decent amount of ventilation. The case is comprised of three pieces – a base, midsection, and a lid. With the lid removed, there is also a small slot that the camera can be slid into... [Read More]

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$99.95

Raspberry Pi 4 – 2GB Starter Kit

 

Our popular starter kit is back with the newest version of the powerful Raspberry Pi! This Raspberry Pi 4 2GB Starter Kit includes the bare essentials to get you up and running with this small Linux based single board computer. The most notable change in for the Raspberry Pi 4 is the ability to purchase it with different amounts of RAM (1, 2, and 4GB). This kit is based on the 2GB version and is a great place to start whether you are using it as a basic desktop computer, media center, game emulator, or basis for electronics projects. The kit includes some of our premium Raspberry Pi accessories: Raspberry Pi 4 - 2GB, Raspberry Pi 4 Case, Official Raspberry Pi Power Supply specifically designed for the power requirements of the newest Raspberry Pi, and a Class 10 16GB Kingston microSD card... [Read More]

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$129.95

SparkFun Inventor’s Kit – v4.1

 

The SparkFun Inventor's Kit (SIK) is a great way to get started with programming and hardware interaction with the Arduino programming language. The SIK includes everything you need to complete five overarching projects consisting of 16 interconnected circuits that teach everything from blinking an LED to reading sensors. The final project is your very own autonomous robot! Version 4.1 has been upgraded and includes the Redboard Qwiic which allows you to expand into the SparkFun Qwiic ecosystem after you have completed the included projects in the SparkFun Inventors Kit. The SparkFun Qwiic Connect System is an ecosystem of I2C sensors, actuators, shields and cables that make prototyping faster and less prone to error... [Read More]

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$24.95

Basic Electronic Components Kit

 

This 1400 piece kit is perfect for beginners looking to expand their collection of basic electronic components. These are not industry grade components, but they are more than adequate for experimenting, learning, and prototyping with. The kit includes 600 Resistors (30 values, 20pcs each), 100 Diodes (5 different types), 100 LEDs (3mm, 5 colors), 120 Electrolytic Capacitors (12 values, 10pcs each), 180 Transistors (18 types, 10pcs each), 300 Ceramic Capacitors (30 types, 10pcs each), and a Plastic 36 Compartment Storage Box. The Electrolytic Capacitors, Ceramic Capacitors, and Transistors are all packaged by value (to keep things organized) and the Resistors are stamped with their value on the cut tape... [Read More]

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$137.95

Raspberry Pi 4 – 4GB Deluxe Starter Kit

 

This Raspberry Pi 4 4GB Deluxe Starter Kit includes the essentials to get you up and running with this small Linux based single board computer. The most notable change in for the Raspberry Pi 4 is the ability to purchase it with different amounts of RAM (1, 2, and 4GB). This kit is based on the 4GB version and is a great place to start whether you are using it as a basic desktop computer, media center, game emulator, file server, or basis for electronics projects. The kit includes some of our premium Raspberry Pi accessories: Raspberry Pi 4 - 4GB, Raspberry Pi 4 Case, Official Raspberry Pi Power Supply specifically designed for the power requirements of the newest Raspberry Pi, a micro-HDMI to HDMI cable for connecting the Pi to standard monitors and TVs, and a Class 10 16GB Kingston microSD card... [Read More]

Feature Products
Product Of The Week - 30% Off

$15.95

Lock-style Solenoid

 

  This week we have Lock-style Solenoid featured as our Product of the Week. This item is on sale for 30% OFF until Friday at midnight Pacific time - so do not miss out!

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Latest Tutorial

Sending An Email With Attached Photo Using Python And The Raspberry Pi

We have already covered using a Raspberry Pi and Python to send an email containing basic text – but what if you wanted to attach a picture instead? In this tutorial we are going to adapt our code from our basic email tutorial to allow picture attachments to be sent. Interested? Head on over to the tutorial!

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