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New Products 7/11/2018 Featuring Adafruit 1.54″ Tri-Color eInk Display! @adafruit #adafruit

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NEW PRODUCTS THIS WEEK


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Nimbus the Friendly Cloud Entity – Limited Edition Enamel Pin: The Internet of Things can be in all the things! Nimbus the Friendly Cloud Entity is here to help you learn how to connect everything you need and nothing you don’t. No gloomy, overcast skies here! The possibilities are endless, especially since the technology’s advancing almost every day, with Adafruit at the forefront of innovation. Read more.


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Blinka Ouroboros – Limited Edition Enamel Pin: The ouroboros is a compelling, allegorical symbol appearing in numerous settings of Greek, Egyptian, Hindu, and Renaissance ancient world mythologies. Translated to “tail-devourer” in Greek, the ouroboros represents repetition, renewal, and the eternal loop of time. Read more.


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Pimoroni enviro:bit for micro:bit: Be your own meteorologist or cobble together a cool, dynamic weather science project with Pimoroni’s enviro:bit for micro:bit!

This add-on board is jam-packed with all the sensors you want to graph or visualize your weather readings! With the TCS3472 sensor, detecting colors and measuring light are easy-peasy-lemon-squeeze. The BME280 lets you measure temperature, air pressure, and humidity, and the MEMS microphone detects sound! Read more.


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Pimoroni LED SHIM for Raspberry Pi: Adding a 28 RGB LED pixel strip to your Pi without soldering?! Yes, it’s possible! Pimoroni’s LED SHIM for Raspberry Pi is fantastic for displaying sensor readings, status updates, measuring voltages, whatever you want to show with a colorful LED light bar.

Instead of waiting for your soldering iron to heat up, just slip the SHIM over your Pi pins with the fancy new, friction-fit header! The SHIM is nicely thin at just 0.8mm, so you can multi-task with other HATs and pHATs. Works with any and all Raspberry Pi computers with a 2×20 connector, from the Pi 1 B+ to the Pi 2, Pi 3 and even Pi Zero! Read more.


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Pimoroni pin:bit for micro:bit: Unleash the power of BBC’s tiny programmable computer! Pimoroni’s pin:bit for micro:bit frees up all the handy pins into breadboard format along with pinout labels.

Building small circuits with LEDs, buttons, analog sensors has never been easier! Read more.


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DC Motor Plastic Mount – 130 Size / 20mm Diameter: We couldn’t let the DC Gearbox “TT” motors have all the fun! If you’re using some sort of motor, there’s a really good chance it’s a low cost DC Motor in “130 Size”. We stock these in the shop, they’re the most basic kind of motor, very inexpensive and easy to find around the world. Read more.


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AdaBot Head Sticker: We’ve got the AdaBot lunchbox, poster, puzzle, pin, PCB coasters, we can’t stop accessorizing with this friendly robot!

This is the AdaBot Head sticker for use with educators, classrooms, workshops, Maker Faires, TechShops, Hackerspaces, Makerspaces and around the world. Read more.


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Adafruit 1.54″ Tri-Color eInk / ePaper Display with SRAM – Red Black White: Easy e-paper finally comes to microcontrollers, with this breakout that’s designed to make it a breeze to add a tri-color eInk display. Chances are you’ve seen one of those new-fangled ‘e-readers’ like the Kindle or Nook. They have gigantic electronic paper ‘static’ displays – that means the image stays on the display even when power is completely disconnected. The image is also high contrast and very daylight readable. It really does look just like printed paper! Read more.


New Products 7/11/2018 Featuring Adafruit 1.54″ Tri-Color eInk Display! @adafruit #adafruit


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