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New Product Roundup – November 21st

Happy Saturday! We are back with another edition of our New Product Roundup for November 21st. This week we have 6 new products to share and a New Product of the Week at 40% Off. Quick Reminder: Our Black Friday Sale is coming! This is our biggest sale of the year – for a sneak peak, be sure to subscribe to our Newsletter before Wednesday!







New Products This Week
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$6.95

Panel Mount Ethernet Cable – 1M

 

This handy cable is used to extend an ethernet cable from a device mounted inside a box or enclosure to the outer panel. Ideal for use with the Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, and Jetson Nano. The jack has two M3 mounting holes spaced 27mm apart. The cable measures 100cm total length including connectors, with 92cm of that being the cable itself. ... [Read More]

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$1.95

20x10x2mm Rare Earth Magnet

 

Strong magnets can be very useful when making a non-contact switch. These "Rare Earth" magnets are made from Neodymium and measure 20mm x 10mm with a 2mm thickness. Please Note: Magnets of this strength should be handled with care. These are not toys, and therefore should not be kept within reach of children... [Read More]

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$39.95

Mean Well Switching Power Supply – 5VDC 18A

 

The LRS-100-5 is a small, but powerful 90W power supply by Mean Well. This version accepts 100-240VAC and outputs 5V @ 18A. The supply features a durable metal casing, short circuit protection, overload protection, and overvoltage protection. The power supply can be easily mounted and features several mounting points. The input and output lines are connected using large screw terminals; to connect this power supply you will need an AC power cable - we offer two variants: An AC Power Plug to stripped wires or an AC power plug with terminal fork leads. Unlike the larger Mean Well power supplies, these do not have a selector switch for their input voltage... [Read More]

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$4.95

Fine Tip Tweezers – ST11

 

As electronic components get smaller and smaller tweezers become more and more essential. These Anti-static and Anti-magnetic safe tweezers are great for working with small surface mount and through hole components. They don't strictly need to be used for electronic components; they also are great for building models and handling just about anything tiny. This version has straight fine tips - we also carry curved tweezers for those that prefer them... [Read More]

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$1.95

10x2mm Rare Earth Magnet

 

Strong magnets can be very useful when working with reed switches, hall effect sensors, and other electronics projects. These "Rare Earth" magnets are made from Neodymium and measure 10mm in diameter and 2mm thick. Please Note: Magnets of this strength should be handled with care. These are not toys, and therefore should not be kept within reach of children... [Read More]

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$4.95

MFRC522 RFID Reader

 

Looking for an inexpensive way to read RFID tags? This simple tag reader is based on the RC522 chipset and works with any 13.56MHz RFID or NFC application. All RFID cards, tags, and stickers we stock are compatible with this reader. The board can read tags up to 35mm away and is the perfect place to start experimenting with RFID. Data is passed using SPI and is widely supported by libraries for Arduino and Raspberry Pi. ... [Read More]

Feature Products
Product Of The Week - 40% Off

$9.95

Insulated Silicone Rework Mat – 23x18cm

 

  This week we have Insulated Silicone Rework Mat – 23x18cm featured as our Product of the Week. This item is on sale for 40% 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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