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Round Covered Flip-Top Plexiglass Face Shield: Level up with this Round Covered Flip-Top Plexiglass Face Shield.
The face shield can be fully articulated up and down, and is made from plexiglass that’s roughly 12″ x 10″ x 8″ with curved bottoms. The skullcap attached to the shield comes with a comfortable fabric-wrapped forehead band. Note that this is not a heavy-dutty face shield for construction purposes, and is not recommended for protecting against heavy projectiles. What we do like about it is you can dunk or wipe down the whole thing in a bleach-solution to sanitize it!
Simple Flip-Top Face Shield: This is a Simple Flip-Top Face Shield with a comfortable forehead brim in Adafruit black. This face shield does not work well for people who wear glasses or goggles! But it is very light weight and comfortable for those who don’t need that extra glasses-space. You could wear this all day long and when you flip it up it stays in place thanks to a little ratcheting screw that locks it at whatever position you place it.
Face Shield with Glasses Frame: Here’s another unique PPE accessory in the form of a face shield and saves your forehead from latex or foam bumpers. This is a really good solution for those with sensitive skin, latex allergies, or just don’t like headband-style face shields.
M5Stack ATOM Matrix ESP32 Development Kit: The ATOM Matrix, at only 24 x 24mm, is the most compact development board in the M5Stack development kit series. The fits-in-your-change-pocket size computer contains a ESP32-PICO-D4 chip, which comes integrated with WiFi, Bluetooth, and 4MB of integrated SPI flash memory. All this along with its bitty form factor, it also provides more GPIO pins, making it ideal for embedded device development. The ATOM provides an infrared LED along with the 5×5 RGB LED matrix on the panel, a built-in IMU sensor (MPU6886), and a Grove/Stemma-compatbile JST 2-PH interface. A general-purpose programmable button is located below the RGB LED matrix for extra input fun. The on-board USB Type-C is used to load code, and debug with prints. One M2 screw hole is located on the back for mounting.
No-Touch Digital Forehead Thermometer – iHealth: Coming soon! Sign up to be notified when we have these in stock.
Worried about spreading germs around the house? No worries with this super-sleek no-contact forehead digital thermometer in Fahrenheit. Just hover the thermometer over the forehead, hold the button for about 5 seconds until you feel the thermometer vibrate as it displays the temperature.
PJRC Teensy 4.1 Development Board: The Teensy 4.1, like the 4.0, also features an ARM Cortex-M7 processor at 600 MHz, with an NXP iMXRT1062 chip, the fastest microcontroller available today – ten times faster than the Teensy 3.2! The NXP iMXRT1062 is a ‘cross-over’ processor, which has the functionality of a microcontroller, at the speeds of a microcomputer. It’s perfect for when you need tons of flash, RAM and, to crunch lots of data, or when you need two full-speed USB ports.
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