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New Products 10/31/18 Featuring #NeoTrellis #Acrylic #Enclosure Kit! @adafruit #adafruit #newproducts

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Copper Foil Tape with Conductive Adhesive – 6mm x 5 meters long: Copper tape can be an interesting addition to your toolbox. The tape itself is made of thin pure copper so it’s extremely flexible and can take on nearly any shape. You can solder to it, and the tape itself can carry current just like a wire. On the back is an electrically conductive adhesive. The adhesive can’t carry significant current, but it is very handy for sensing applications where you don’t want to solder the copper tape.

We’ve seen such tape used for EMI shielding, working with EL, making capacitive touch pads, ultra-thin wiring needs, etc.

Comes in a roll 5 meters long, and this tape is 6mm wide and .2mm thick. The tape has conductive adhesive on one side and a protective paper backing over the adhesive. This roll is a nice compact size, compared to the larger cores used in our other copper tapes.

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JST PH 4-Pin to Female Socket Cable – I2C STEMMA Cable – 200mm: This cable will let you turn a JST PH 4-pin cable port into 3 individual wires with high-quality 0.1″ female sockets on the end. We’re carrying these to match up with any of our boards with ‘STEMMA’ connectors on them such as the Hallowing or Trellis M4. Can also be used with any STEMMA breakouts! This one has socket pins, so it could be used to connet to wires or headers.

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JST PH 4-Pin to Male Header Cable – I2C STEMMA Cable – 200mm: This cable will let you turn a JST PH 4-pin cable port into 3 individual wires with high-quality 0.1″ male header plugs on the end. We’re carrying these to match up with any of our boards with ‘STEMMA’ connectors on them such as the Hallowing or Trellis M4. Can also be used with any STEMMA breakouts! This one has header pins, so it could be used to connect to socket header or breadboards.

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Speaker – 40mm Diameter – 4 Ohm 3 Watt: Hear the good news! This speaker is a great addition to any audio project where you need a 4 Ohm impedance and 3W or less of power.

At 40mm diameter it has a more square-ish shape, but a smaller face. Sound quality and volume are nicely sandwiched between our Thin Plastic Speaker with Wires and the honkin’ 20W 4 Ohm Full Range Speaker.

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Silicone Elastomer 4×4 Button Keypad – 2 Pack: So squishy! These silicone elastomer keypads are just waiting for your fingers to press them. Go ahead, squish all you like! (They’re durable and easy to clean, just wipe with mild soap and water) These are just like the light up rubber buttons you find on stuff like appliances and tools, but these are open source and easy to integrate into your next NeoTrellis project!

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Adafruit NeoTrellis M4 with Enclosure and Buttons Kit Pack: So you’ve got a cool/witty name for your band, a Soundcloud account, a 3D-printed Daft Punk helmet… so what could be missing from your road to stardom? The NeoTrellis M4 Kit Pack, of course!

The NeoTrellis M4 is an all-in-one USB + NeoPixel + Elastomer + Audio board. It’s powered by our new favoritest-chip-in-the-world, the SAMD51, a Cortex M4 core running at 120 MHz. This chip has a speedy core with CircuitPython and Arduino support, hardware DSP/floating point, dual DACs (more on that later!) and all the goodies you expect from normal chips like I2C, ADC, DMA, etc. It has a roomy 512KB of flash and 192KB of SRAM so it’s great for CircuitPython, we added a full 8MB flash chip so tons of space for files and audio clips. Or you can load Arduino in for bonkers-fast audio processing/generation with our fork of the PJRC Audio library.

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Adafruit NeoTrellis M4 Mainboard – featuring SAMD51: We got a big ol’ blender and tossed in an ItsyBitsy M4, two NeoTrellis boards and an electret mic amp – turned on the ‘mix’ button and out came the NeoTrellis M4 – a super fun dev board for anyone who likes to squish buttons, see pretty lights and maybe make a tune or two.

The NeoTrellis M4 is an all-in-one USB + NeoPixel + Elastomer + Audio board. It’s powered by our new favoritest-chip-in-the-world, the SAMD51, a Cortex M4 core running at 120 MHz. This chip has a speedy core with CircuitPython and Arduino support, hardware DSP/floating point, dual DACs (more on that later!) and all the goodies you expect from normal chips like I2C, ADC, DMA, etc. It has a roomy 512KB of flash and 192KB of SRAM so it’s great for CircuitPython, we added a full 8MB flash chip so tons of space for files and audio clips. Or you can load Arduino in for bonkers-fast audio processing/generation with our fork of the PJRC Audio library.

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NeoTrellis M4 Acrylic Enclosure Kit: So you’ve got your Adafruit NeoTrellis M4, a cool/witty name for your band, a Soundcloud account, a 3D-printed Daft Punk helmet… so what could be missing from your road to stardom?

The NeoTrellis M4 Enclosure, of course! A super-specifically laser-cut enclosure that turns your ‘Trellis into a handheld light/music maker!

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