HomeNews › New Product Roundup – July 18th

New Product Roundup – July 18th

Saturday is here along with another edition of our New Product Roundup! This week we have six new additions to the catalogue to share and a new Product Of The Week at 50% Off. Let’s jump in and take a closer look!

 





New Products This Week
SEE   MORE

$9.95

2 Channel Relay Breakout – 5V

 

Need to drive high current or high voltage devices with a low voltage or low current signal? This premium dual 10A relay breakout board can handle it. This version of the board uses 5V relays and can be triggered with 3.3V or 5V logic signals - ideal for the Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and other microcontrollers / microcomputers. The board uses high quality North American sourced parts and logic that is a lot more friendly to common microcontrollers and single board computers. Simply connect 5V power, Ground, and your digital I/O to the 4 pin header and that’s it – no need for any additional components. Each relay has the Input, Normally Open, and Normally Closed contact broken out to a nice 5mm pitch screw terminal and each trace is separated by isolation routing... [Read More]

SEE   MORE

$2.95

Metal Cable Gland

 

Need to bring cables into a weatherproof case without also bringing in the elements? Metal cable glands are a great solution. A cable gland works by compressing the jacket of a cable to form a weather resistant seal. This particular gland fits 3 to 6mm (0.118" to 0.24") cable. . ... [Read More]

SEE   MORE

$11.95

5V 2.5A Power Supply

 

This 5V 2.5A power supply is specifically designed for most of today’s single board computers. Many are powered with a 5V power supply terminated with a MicroUSB connector. The power supply is compatible with the Raspberry Pi A, B, A+, B+, 2, 3B, 3A+, 3B+, and all versions of the Pi Zero. It also works with the Nvidia Jetson Nano, and just about anything else powered via 5V through a MicroUSB connector... [Read More]

SEE   MORE

$0.50

3mm Warm White LED

 

This 3mm Warm White LED is ideal for using as a bright indicator light or illuminating a small area. They easily fit in a solderless breadboard or perfboard and are perfect for experimenting. The forward voltage is 3.2V with a current consumption of 20mA. The LED is rated at 3000mcd with a view angle of 25°... [Read More]

SEE   MORE

$15.95

1 Channel Relay Breakout – 5V

 

Need to drive high current or high voltage devices with a low voltage or low current signal? This large single 20A relay breakout board can handle it. This version of the board uses a 5V relay and can be triggered with 3.3V or 5V logic signals - ideal for the Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and other microcontrollers / microcomputers. The board features 2 oz. copper for improved high current performance and uses high quality North American sourced parts... [Read More]

SEE   MORE

$9.95

Wheel Encoder Sensor

 

Build your own traction control system – or something a little simpler. This rotary encoder / wheel encoder is a type of sensor typically used to measure the rotation speed of a shaft or motor. These are ideal when building a wheeled or tracked robot – they can be used to determine distance traveled, correct differences in motor speeds, and when coupled with other sensors, if it is moving or stuck. The encoder disk in this sensor kit is laser etched steel and features 100 slots. The sensor is powered with 5VDC and outputs 5/3.3v logic safe outputs... [Read More]

Feature Products
Product Of The Week - 50% Off

$2.95

Flex Cable for Raspberry Pi Camera – 10cm

 

  This week we have Flex Cable for Raspberry Pi Camera – 10cm featured as our Product of the Week. This item is on sale for 50% OFF until Friday at midnight Pacific time - so do not miss out!

Current Promotions
 

Latest Tutorial

Ordering Online With BC Robotics

Ordering online with BC Robotics is easy! The COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in a lot of new people shopping online, so we figured what better time than now for a quick step by step set of instructions for those unfamiliar with ordering online with our website. Whether you are just down the street wanting to pick up an order, or half way around the world, this guide will help you through the process.

Tags:

Leave a Reply