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New Product Roundup – August 14th

Happy Saturday! In this week’s update we have three items to share including our own new Raspberry Pi Power + Relay HAT! The Product Of The Week is our Prototype Board – 2 x 8 cm at 67% Off. Let’s jump in and have a closer look!

New Products This Week




Have you ever wanted to build your very own tiny microcontroller on a breadboard? The Atmel’s ATTiny85 is probably perfect for the job. This Arduino compatible chip can run on anything between 2.7 and 5.5VDC so it is ideally suited for 3.3 and 5V circuits. The chip has 6 general purpose digital I/O pins; four of these pins can also be used as analog inputs while the two remaining pins can be used for PWM. An internal 8MHz oscillator means no external clock signal is required. Please Note: An AVR programmer will be needed to program this chip... [Read More]



Raspberry Pi Power + Relay HAT


The Raspberry Pi Power + Relay HAT is designed as an all-in-one simple automation add on for Raspberry Pi. It combines the beefy 5V 3A power supply from our series of Raspberry Pi Power HAT with two 10A relays. These are ideal for situations where 7-16V DC power is readily available and higher voltage / current loads need to be switched. To add to the functionality, we have also included a pair of Adafruit STEMMA QT / SparkFun Qwiic socket so additional Qwiic / STEMMA QT sensors and breakout boards can be added with ease... [Read More]



TSSOP-8 Breakout


Is the chip you are looking to prototype with only available in a SMD pinout? This TSSOP-8 breakout allows for a single TSSOP-8 chip to be used on a solderless breadboard while taking up the minimum amount of breadboard space possible. Just solder your chip to the board and solder on some headers and you are good to go. . . ... [Read More]

Feature Products
Product Of The Week - 67% Off


Prototype Board – 2 x 8 cm


  This week we have Prototype Board – 2 x 8 cm featured as our Product of the Week. This item is on sale for 67% OFF until Friday at midnight Pacific time - so do not miss out!

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Latest Tutorial

Getting Started With Power HATs

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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