Wire is an essential part of almost any electronic project. If you are not building the Space Shuttle, small spools of wire like these will probably work quite well. Each spool contains 25’ of Red 22AWG Solid Core Wire meaning you can pick up a bunch of different colors to keep your wiring organized.
Solid core has a single solid copper strand inside of the insulated jacket making it quite rigid; when bent it will hold its shape (making this wire great for breadboarding)... [Read More]
A Mux / Demux (Multiplexer / Demultiplexer) is a sort of traffic control device for electronic signals. It is generally used to provide multiple output paths for a single output pin or multiple input lines to a single input pin. Unlike many of the other chips that provide similar functionality, multiplexers are able to handle both digital and analog signals.
In this case, the single common line has 8 selectable paths and therefore it can be used to extend a single digital or analog input/output to 8 different devices... [Read More]
Brushless pumps are great as they are quiet, powerful, and can operate submerged. This specific pump is designed for 12V operation and includes a convenient mounting bracket. Both the input and output for the pump are 8mm outer diameter / 6mm inner diameter. It can flow up to 240 liters per hour and has a maximum lift of 300cm.... [Read More]
Electrolytic capacitors are really handy to have laying around. Typically these are used for surge suppressing / transient voltages / filtering out noise at the ~1KHz or less. This specific capacitor is rated for 220µF and 25V with a +/- 20% tolerance. These capacitors are polarized and should not be hooked up backwards... [Read More]
To use most PH Sensors, an amplifier circuit is required. This PH Sensor amplifier board is designed to work with our PH Sensor to provide a simple 0-5V analog output – perfect for Arduino.
The board also provides a few additional features including a calibration trimmer (located closest to the BNC connector) and a triggerable digital output (adjustable using the trimmer located closest to the output pins). There is also an onboard thermistor for temperature compensation... [Read More]
In this tutorial we are going to look at how to use our Raspberry Pi Power HATs. These boards are boards dedicated to providing the Raspberry Pi with reliable 5V power at 3A from input sources ranging from 7-16VDC.
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