New Products 06/16/21 feat. Terminal Block Breakout Module Board for Raspberry Pi Pico!

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Terminal Block Breakout Module Board for Raspberry Pi Pico

This one’s going out to all the makers and designers who love using terminal blocks for wiring up their projects. This adapter plate is perfect for industrial / robotics projects with a lot of wires. You connect your Raspberry Pi Pico to this breakout PCB. All wires are broken out into terminal blocks, so you can connect and power your sensors, displays, microcontrollers, etc.

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Terminal Block Breakout Module for Raspberry Pi Pico – Screw Mount Version

Usage is simple – place the assembled microcontroller board with headers attached onto the socket headers, unscrew the terminal blocks, and slide in your stranded or solid-core wire. Each block is nicely labeled as well.

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Silicone USB A Dust Cover Inserts – 10 Pack

Here’s an easy solution for keeping your USB A devices free from dust and other unsavory particulates. These squishy Silicone USB A Dust Cover Inserts slip neatly into any computer or device with a standard USB A socket.

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Silicone HDMI Dust Cover Inserts – 10 Pack

Here’s an easy solution for keeping your HDMI ports free from dust and other unsavory particulates. These squishy Silicone HDMI Dust Cover Inserts slip neatly into any computer or device with an HDMI socket, from the HDMI to USB-C Video Capture Adapter to the Raspberry Pi 3 B+.

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Silicone USB C Dust Cover Inserts – 10 pack

Here’s an easy solution for keeping your USB C devices free from dust and other unsavory particulates. These squishy Silicone USB C Dust Cover Inserts slip neatly into any computer or device with a USB C socket, from the Adafruit Feather STM32F405 Express to the Raspberry Pi 4.

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Adafruit Etched R4 Keycap for MX Compatible Switches

Keep your ‘fruit close at hand with a super-classy, custom-made Etched Adafruit Keycap. It’s made with a translucent/opaque plastic that is etched to create an elegant glow-through effect. Perfect to show your hacker/maker cred on your next mechanical keyboard project.

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2 x CR2032 Coin Cell Battery Box w/ On-Off Switch & Plain Wires

This adorable little coin cell battery holder is great for small, portable, or wearable projects. It holds two 20mm coin cell batteries (also known as CR2032) in series to generate 6V nominal. 20mm coin cells are popular as they are used in keychain lights and remotes, so they are easy to get and fairly low-cost. They tend to have about 220mAh capacity.

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Bluetooth eInk Display Clock with Temperature Humidity Sensor – LYWSD02

Here is a jolly cute Bluetooth-enabled sensor-and-digital-clock to monitor your room’s temperature and humidity. Only 110mm x 55mm, we dig its medium-size form factor and minimal design.

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Thick Double-Sided Rectangle Foam Tape – 2 pieces – 3/4″ x 1.5″ x 0.063″

These 1mm thick double-sided foam tapes are perfect for a variety of small projects. These adhesive rectangles provide a strong bond to most surfaces and are cleaner and easier to remove without the wait, mess, or hassle of epoxy or hot-glue. We use these all the time to attach electronics to enclosures or battery packs, so you’re probably familiar with them since they appear in so many of our kits.

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