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Power over Ethernet (PoE) can make your project wiring a breeze – instead of needing a wire for power and data, you can use one Ethernet cable for both!

Simply attach the standoffs in the four corners of the HAT, then connect to the 40-pin header. Once the HAT is connected, you can power your Pi through the RJ-45 network connector.

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Pink and Purple Woven USB A to USB C Cable – 2 meters long: This cable is not only super-fashionable, with a woven pink and purple Blinka-like pattern, it’s also made for USB C for our modernized breakout boards, Feathers and more.

First, let’s talk about the cover and over-molding. We got these in custom colors, and if you have to have visible cables, then you might as well have the nicest fabric-bound cable with an eye-catching python pattern. Perfect for connecting to your QT Py, Raspberry Pi 4, STM32F405 Feather, among other things.

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ATTEN 80W 110V Soldering Iron With Station – ST-2090D: This compact but 80 Watt-powerful stationary soldering iron is a great entry-level soldering station with all the fixins. It’s not much more expensive than the chunky ‘all-in-one” irons, but comes with a separate power supply and pen. Heats up fast and solders both lead and lead-free solder like a champ!

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RJ-45 Terminal Block to Ethernet Socket Adapter: If you need to connect an RJ-45 cable (a.k.a Ethernet) to a board that doesn’t have an Ethernet socket – this adapter will come in very handy!

This is an Ethernet (RJ-45) Terminal Block to Socket Adapter. There is a standard RJ-45 Ethernet socket on one end and a terminal block on the other.

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anidees Black Extra High Raspberry Pi 4 Case: Looking for a way to keep your Raspberry Pi 4 running cool and also look cool with a ton of room inside? We’ve got a three-birds-one-stone solution for you. The anidees Extra High Raspberry Pi 4 Case is absolutely massive with extra head-room, extra durable aluminum construction, also awfully handsome in classic Adafruit black.

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Nordic Thingy: 91 nRF51 Cellular Development Board – NRF6943: The Nordic Thingy:91 is an easy-to-use battery-operated prototyping platform for cellular IoT using LTE-M, NB-IoT, and GPS. It is ideal for creating Proof-of-Concept demos, and initial prototypes in your IoT development phase.

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Nordic nRF-PPK2 – Power Profiler Kit II – Power Measurement Tool: The Power Profiler Kit II is a standalone unit, which can measure and optionally supply currents all the way from sub-uA and as high as 1A on all Nordic DKs, in addition to external hardware. As we’ve featured on EYE ON NPI, this power profiler is an excellent value – with capabilities that match tools 10x the price!

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Black Aluminum Kitty Paw Keycap with Pink Silicone Toes – MX Compatible Switches: If your kitty’s paws are going to walk all over your keyboard, you at least want to be able to walk all over kitty paws. Get ready to clacky to your heart’s content with an adorable Black Aluminum Kitty Paw Keycap with Pink Silicone Toe Beans for your next mechanical keyboard or NeoKey project.

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NeoKey 1×4 QT I2C – Four Mechanical Key Switches with NeoPixels – STEMMA QT / Qwiic: The only thing better than a nice mechanical key is, perhaps, FOUR mechanical keys that also can glow any color of the rainbow – and that’s what the Adafruit NeoKey 1×4 QT I2C Breakout will let you do! This longgg 3″ x 0.8″ PCB fits four Cherry MX or compatible switches and make it easy to use with a breadboard/perfboard or with a STEMMA QT (Qwiic) connector for instant I2C connectivity on any platform.

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New Prods 05/26/21 feat. NeoKey 1×4 QT I2C-Four Mechanical Key Switches w/NeoPixels-STEMMA QT/Qwiic!

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