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Circuit Playground TFT Gizmo – Bolt-on Display + Audio Amplifier: Extend and expand your Circuit Playground projects with a bolt on TFT Gizmo that lets you add a lovely color display in a sturdy and reliable fashion. This PCB looks just like a round TFT breakout but has permanently affixed M3 standoffs that act as mechanical and electrical connections.
Adafruit + Cartoon Network Cosplay “The Works” Kit: Are you a super Cartoon Network fan and interested in making cosplay and Halloween projects with a Circuit Playground Express, but overwhelmed with what to buy?
Here’s a huge kit to get started, no matter your skill level. This kit includes beautiful and colorful programmable NeoPixel LEDs to glow up (a Circuit Playground Express and a NeoPixel strip), conductive nylon tape, supplies to attach it together (bolt-on kit and plastic pop rivets), and battery holders to keep your costume / project dazzling even after the witching hour. And to boot, there’s no soldering required!
This pack is has more stuff than the Introductory Kit or Basics Kit – it includes flexible conductive metal tape, a magnetic pin back, protective crystal clear enclosure and a battery extension cable, a clip-on powered speaker, bolt-on kit and pop rivets.
Adafruit + Cartoon Network Cosplay Basics Kit:
This pack is has more stuff than the Introductory kit – it includes flexible conductive metal tape, a magnetic pin back, protective crystal clear enclosure and a battery extension cable. If you want even more goodies, check out The Works kit, with a clip-on powered speaker, bolt-on kit and pop rivets.
Adafruit + Cartoon Network Cosplay Introductory Kit: This pack is just the minimal kit you need to get started with simple projects If you want more stuff to build projects with, check out The Basics and The Works packs.
Adafruit 8×8 NeoTrellis Feather M4 Kit Pack: We’ve upgraded our popular UNTZtrument with a total make-over, and it’s been reborn as the NeoTrellis 8×8 Kit pack. This open-source 8×8 Grid Controller Kit with a super-specifically-laser-cut enclosure turns four panels of 4×4 NeoTrellis’s 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.
Please note this kit has undergone a complete revision from the UNTZtrument – it now uses a Feather M4 and has full-color NeoPixel buttons! The enclosure, code, and construction has changed.
Breadboard Friendly I2C Temperature Sensor – TC74A0 – TC74A0-5.0VAT: It’s rare to see breadboard friendly I2C sensors, but this TO-220 package with 5 pins is, in fact, such a thing! It’s a basic temperature sensor, not the highest precision in the world, only ±2°C but it will get the job done when you need simple temperature logging or monitoring.
JST SH 4-pin Vertical Connector (10-pack) – Qwiic Compatible: If you’re a DIY enthusiast who likes to micro-manage your project’s connections, here is a 10-pack of some micro JST SH connectors! They’re solid plastic with 4 x 1mm pitch through-hole mounting tabs. In an SMT line you can just paste over the through holes and the pads will solder in place.
Basic Multi-Color Micro SMT Test Hooks (6-pack): These Basic Micro SMT Test Hooker have solderable tabs on one end so you can attach a wire, and on the business end, a spring-actuated double-hook.They easily snap onto your project, and they’re ideal for ultra-low profile surface-mount testing! Push down on the test hook, and they will attach to larger components like thru-hole parts, DIP, SOIC and such. These are not small enough for TSSOP’s or TQFPs. If you need to add test points, we stock through-hole ones that fit nicely into 0.1″ holes
Adafruit STEMMA Speaker – Plug and Play Audio Amplifier: Hey, have you heard the good news? With Adafruit STEMMA boards you can easily and safely plug sensors and devices together, like this Adafruit STEMMA Speaker – Plug and Play Audio Amplifier. Like the name implies, it’s got a class D audio amplifier on board, and our favorite little 1 Watt 8 ohm speaker.
Connecting it up is easy – you only need ground, 3 to 5V power, and audio signal. The audio signal does not need to be AC coupled, we do that for you, and can range up to the power pin voltage (3 or 5V peak-to-peak). You can use either the 3-pin JST socket or the alligator/sew-pads for this slim and portable package. The sound quality is good enough for music, tones, speech, whatever you like and volume can be adjusted with a small screwdriver.
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