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NEW PRODUCTS THIS WEEK
Adafruit Feather M0 with RFM95 LoRa Radio – 900MHz – RadioFruit: This is the Adafruit Feather M0 RFM95 LoRa Radio (900MHz). We call these RadioFruits, our take on an microcontroller with a “Long Range (LoRa)” packet radio transceiver with built in USB and battery charging. Its an Adafruit Feather M0 with a 900MHz radio module cooked in! Great for making wireless networks that are more flexible than Bluetooth LE and without the high power requirements of WiFi. See more!
Cartoon Network Sticker Set for Circuit Playground Express: COMING SOON – We love mixing nostalgia with technology! We love accessorizing our Circuit Playgrounds! What better way to add a splash of color and character to one of your favorite Adafruit boards than with these Cartoon Network Character Stickers!
The whole gang from your childhood is here, plus some new faces! We’ve curated a great assortment of 22 stickers, from deliciously devious Mojo Jojo, strong and stoic Garnet, the Powerpuff Girls, indestructible Diamondhead, and more! Sign up to be notified when these come into stock!
Adafruit 4×4 Trellis Feather Acrylic Enclosure + Hardware Kit: A super-specifically-laser-cut enclosure that turns your 4×4 ‘Trellis into a handheld light/music maker! Perfect for your next cool interface, MIDI instrument, control panel… whatever could benefit from a glow-up with an elegant black and white enclosure and with beautiful diffused colorful buttons.
Note: This is only the plastic enclosure and hardware! Looking for the rest of the set up, including the RGB Driver PCB, silicone elastomer, lipo battery, and toggle switch? Check out the complete pack here!See more!
Adafruit MSA301 Triple Axis Accelerometer – STEMMA QT / Qwiic: The MSA301 is a super small and low cost triple-axis accelerometer. It’s inexpensive, but has just about every ‘extra’ you’d want in an accelerometer: Learn more!
Bots! Robotics Engineering with Hands-On Makerspace Activities – By Kathy Ceceri: We are very excited to carry a new book by Adafruit Learning System author and maker Kathy Ceceri!
Robots are everywhere! They vacuum our houses, work in our factories, help us learn at school, and play with us at home. They sample rocks from other planets, survey disaster zones from the air, and bring back images from the bottom of the ocean. Learn more!
Adafruit Infineon Trust M Breakout Board – STEMMA QT / Qwiic: Coming soon! Sign up to be notified when we have these in the store!
This is a STEMMA I2C breakout for the Infineon OPTIGA TRUST M SLS 32AIA.
OPTIGA Trust M is the next generation of Trust X. OPTIGA Trust M brings RSA 1K/2K + ECC256/384.
A crypto authentication chip much like the ATECC608 STEMMA we put into the shop last week, but with: ECC NIST P256/P384, SHA-256, TRNG, DRNG, RSA® 1024/2048 and 4.5K of user memory. Learn more!
Adafruit 4×4 NeoTrellis Feather M4 Kit Pack: We’ve upgraded our popular 4×4 Trellis Keypad kit with a super-specifically-laser-cut enclosure that turns your 4×4 ‘Trellis into a handheld Feather M4 Express-powered light/music maker! Perfect for your next cool interface, MIDI instrument, control panel… whatever could benefit from a glow-up with an elegant black and white enclosure and with beautiful diffused colorful buttons.
Thee 4×4 button pad board is fully assembled, tested, and communicates over I2C. With our trusty seesaw I2C-to-anything chip, you don’t even need to manage the NeoPixel driving. That’s right! Both the button management and LED driving is completely handled for you all over plain I2C. We have both Arduino/C++ and CircuitPython/Python library support. See more!
M5StickV AI Camera – Kendryte K210 Chipset (no Wi-Fi): The M5StickV AI Camera is a cute, tiny AI camera with capabilities spanning from facial recognition/detection, object detection/classification, shape recognition, detecting targets and sizes in real-time, among other video/audio features. The camera is powered by Kendryte K210, an edge computing system-on-chip with dual-core 64bit RISC-V CPU and state-of-art neural network processor. See more!
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