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New Product Roundup – April 10th

Welcome back to another New Product Roundup for the week ending April 10th! We have four new additions to the catalogue and a new Product of the Week at 60% Off – let’s go take a closer look!








New Products This Week
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$15.95

Electrolytic Capacitor Kit – 120 Pieces

 

Electrolytic Capacitors are a must have for any electronics prototyping. Many circuits require them so having a selection is always helpful. This kit includes 120 electrolytic capacitors (12 values, 10 pieces each). Included Capacitors: 1uF 50V, 2.2uF 50V, 3.3uF 50V, 4.7uF 50V, 10uF 50V, 22uF 25V, 33uF 25V, 47uf 25V, 100uF 16V, 220uF 16V, 330uF 16V, 470uF 16V . ... [Read More]

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$2.50

12mm x 7mm Spring (5 Pack)

 

Springs are used to add tension and absorb bumps. This small pack contains 5 springs measuring 12mm x 7mm. The springs compress to about 6mm with about 8kg of pressure. ... [Read More]

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$3.95

Pressure Sensor – MPS20N0040D

 

This atmospheric pressure sensor works by measuring the differential pressure between your input (the port on the top of the chip) and the atmospheric pressure around it. The sensor can measure up to a 5.8 PSI (40kpa) difference with an accuracy of better than +/-0.25%. The sensor is a Wheatstone Bridge and the output is very tiny analog voltage ranging from 50 - 100mV so an amplifier circuit is required before it can be connected to a microcontroller. The pins are 0.100" / 2.54mm pitch and will fit in any standard breadboard, perfboard, or protoboard. ... [Read More]

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$18.95

4 Channel Relay Breakout – 12V

 

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 12V relays 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 uses high quality North American sourced parts. Simply connect 12V power, Ground, and your digital inputs to the 4 pin header and that’s it – no need for any additional components. The wide input range to trigger the relays means anything from a Raspberry Pi or Arduino to 12V power and signal lines can be used to trigger these relays. 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]

Feature Products
Product Of The Week - 60% Off

$3.95

Prototype Board – 5 x 7 cm

 

  This week we have Prototype Board – 5 x 7 cm featured as our Product of the Week. This item is on sale for 60% OFF until Friday at midnight Pacific time - so do not miss out!

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