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New Product Roundup – July 25th

It is Saturday and we are back for another New Product Roundup! Before we get started, a quick reminder: Local Pickups will be unavailable from this Wednesday July 29th to Thursday August 6th. Online orders will ship per normal during this period.

With that out of the way, we have 5 new products to share and our Product of the Week is 30% Off – let’s take a closer look!


 


New Products This Week
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$34.95

Raspberry Pi WeatherHAT PRO

 

The Raspberry Pi WeatherHAT PRO is an easy way to get started monitoring the weather with the Raspberry Pi! This board is similar to our original Raspberry Pi Weather Board but features an integrated BME280 pressure / temperature / humidity sensor, so no need to add this on after the fact. It still features the same 4 channel AS1015 Analog to Digital Converter, DS18B20 Temperature Sensor (with onboard pull-up resistor), a spot to plug in a Servo motor, and RJ11 connection points for the SparkFun Weather Meters. The 3 extra analog inputs are now routed to an easy to use 2.54mm/0.100” pitch header for connecting additional analog sensors. The integrated pullup resistors for these three inputs are now optionally connected via solder jumper... [Read More]

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$0.50

5mm Fuchsia LED

 

This 5mm Fuchsia LED is fairly bright, and easy to work with. The forward voltage is 3.2V with a current consumption of 20mA. To use this LED you will need a current limiting resistor; this will vary depending on your input voltage. Typically with a 5V supply we recommend a 100 ohm resistor for a single LED. Looking to mount these in a panel or enclosure? We carry a plastic and metal panel mount holder for these LEDs as well... [Read More]

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$9.95

6V 1A Power Supply

 

This switching supply is suitable for use with a variety of electronic devices. It outputs a clean regulated 6V output at up to 1000mA with No-load voltage regulation within 3% of rated output. The 111cm / 44" cable terminates with a 'standard' 5.5mm OD, 2.1mm ID positive tip. . ... [Read More]

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$9.95

12V 20A SPDT Relay

 

This relay is a SPDT (single pole - double throw) with a contact rating of up to 20A on the Normally Open contact. Typically these will be used in a special footprint on a circuit board (such as our Large Relay Breakout), but they can be made to fit into perfboards with a little creativity. The coil voltage is 12VDC, so applying ~12V across the coil pins will change the contact position of the relay. The contacts can handle voltages up to 277VAC. ... [Read More]

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$15.95

1 Channel Relay Breakout – 12V

 

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 12V relay and can be triggered with logic signals from 3.3V to 12VDC - ideal for automotive, marine, and other systems that have 12VDC power. The board features 2 oz. copper for improved high current performance and uses high quality North American sourced parts. Simply connect 12V power, Ground, and your trigger line to the 3 pin header and that’s it – no need for any additional components! The 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]

Feature Products
Product Of The Week - 30% Off

$4.95

Hobby Knife with 5 Extra Blades

 

  This week we have Hobby Knife with 5 Extra Blades 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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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.

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