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NEW PRODUCT – Electric Imp April: Basic prototyping

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NEW PRODUCT – Electric Imp April: Basic prototyping. The April is a handy companion for your Electric Imp card. This breakout board provides just the bare minimum for Imp life support – a socket, an ID chip, and a 3.3v buck power supply for high power efficiency. Small and cheap, it’s easy to integrate into products for demos or even use in low-volume production.

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Dimensions: 51mm x 32mm x 6mm (without header) or 11mm (with header)
Power supply: USB mini-B and pads for 3.4-16v battery/DC input with reverse voltage protection.
PLEASE NOTE: The electric imp is not included!

In stock and shipping now!


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