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Raspberry Pi PoE+ HAT: 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.

Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 B+ that has PoE pins and Raspberry Pi 4. The Raspberry Pi computer is not included.

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WeAct Studio STM32H750 Development Board: This simple development board for the STM32H750 is a great way to add a powerful STM chip to your next project. Featuring the STM32H750VBT6, this chip has 1024KB of RAM, 8MB of QSPI Flash, and runs at 480 MHz.

This dev board is not designed or developed by Adafruit. It’s for advanced users who are already familiar with STM32 development! We don’t have detailed tutorial usage for it – check online communities for STM32 boards to get project ideas and code samples!

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Colorful Clips – Tropical Alligator Test Clip Leads – 10 Pieces – 13″ long: Designed by Making & Hacking extraordinaire Lee Cyborg, these colorful clips are a nice switch-up from the standard colors. Connect this to that without soldering using these Hot GitHub Summer alligator clip test leads that look perfect for a beachfront environmental-sensing project. 13″ long cables with alligator clips on each end, color-coded. You get 10 pieces in 5 colors. Strong and grippy, these always come in handy! We often use these in conjunction with a multimeter so we don’t have to hold the probes in place.

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AM2301B – Wired Enclosed AHT20 – Temperature and Humidity Sensor: The AM2301B is a nice but inexpensive temperature and humidity sensor from the same folks that brought us the AM2302.

In fact, this enclosed sensor looks an awful lot like the popular DHT22/AM2302 temperature and humidity sensors, but unlike classic DHT sensors, it has an I²C interface! That’s right, you do not need to use a bit-bang timing-specific protocol to talk to the AM2301B, it uses plain-old-I²C. And, you can power it with anything from 2.5V to 5.5V so it’s good with 3V or 5V microcontrollers. Whew, that makes things a little easier, doesn’t it?

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AM2315C – Encased I2C Temperature/Humidity Sensor: The AM2315C is a nice, enclosed temperature and humidity sensor from the same folks that brought us the AM2315. In fact, this enclosed sensor looks an awful lot like the popular AM2315 temperature and humidity sensors, but inside is the AHT20.

You can power it with anything from 2.5V to 5.5V so it’s good with 3V or 5V microcontrollers. You can take sensor readings as often as you like, and it uses standard I2C so it’s super easy to use with any Arduino or Linux/Raspberry Pi board.

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DHT20 – AHT20 Pin Module – I2C Temperature and Humidity Sensor: The DHT20 is a nice but inexpensive temperature and humidity sensor from the same folks that brought us the DHT22.

This little sensor looks an awful lot like the popular DHT11/DHT22 temperature and humidity sensors, but unlike classic DHT sensors, it has an I²C interface! That’s right, you do not need to use a bit-bang timing-specific protocol to talk to the DHT20, it uses plain-old-I²C.

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Ultimate GPS Module PA1616D – 66 channel w/10 Hz updates – MTK3333 Chipset: For those who want to integrate our awesome Ultimate GPS module into their own projects, we now have the raw sub-module available. Don’t be fooled by its small size, this is a very sensitive, high-quality GPS module with all the extras you could want and more at under 6 grams!

As of August 2021, the original “Ultimate GPS” module we used was discontinued by the vendor. We found and are using a nearly-identical version of the module – it’s a little taller (4mm) but has the same functionality. The commands for querying the antenna have changed slightly so existing projects may need to update their firmware.

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Etched Glow-Through Keycap with Pull Request Logo – MX Compatible Switches: Code is written, linted, passing CI tests and you are ready to contribute back! Last step? Press this super-classy and custom-made Pull Request Etched Keycap!

It’s made with a translucent/opaque plastic that is etched to create an elegant glow-through effect. Perfect to show your coder cred on your next mechanical keyboard project and to remind you of what it’s all about: sharing and contributing to the greater coding community. Maybe even fix some bugs you found along the way.

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Etched Glow-Through Keycap with “wont fix” Text – MX Compatible Switches: It’s not a bug, it’s a feature! Make quick work of your Pivotals or assigned issue with a click of a button thanks to this super-classy and custom-made wont fix Etched Keycap. It’s certain to spark delightful conversations about how awful you are for not acceding to every demand.

It’s made with a translucent/opaque plastic that is etched to create an elegant glow-through effect. Perfect to show your decisive bug tracking management techniques, or to remind yourself that not everything in life has a solution.

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Etched Glow-Through Keycap with LGTM (Looks Good To Me) Acronym – MX Compatible Switches: Why use many words when less is just as good? Save yourself some typing and approve PR’s with a click of a button thanks to this super-classy and custom-made LGTM Etched Keycap.

It’s made with a translucent/opaque plastic that is etched to create an elegant glow-through effect. Perfect to compliment your effortless collaborative reviews.

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Etched Glow-Through Keycap with Hate Fork Graphics – MX Compatible Switches: See some code & think you could do better? There ain’t nothing that motivates stronger than HDD (hate driven development). If that’s your bag then you can show off your predilections with this custom-made Hate Fork Etched Keycap.

It’s made with a translucent/opaque plastic that is etched to create an elegant glow-through effect. Perfect to show your preference for striking it alone, against your better judgement!

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Etched Glow-Through Keycap with GIT Logo – MX Compatible Switches: Show off your social-coding flair with a super-classy and custom-made GIT Etched Keycap featuring the open-source management software logo.

It’s made with a translucent/opaque plastic that is etched to create an elegant glow-through effect. Perfect to show your coder cred on your next mechanical keyboard project or to create a macro that commits-and-pushes in one go.

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Adafruit 1.69″ 280×240 Round Rectangle Color IPS TFT Display – ST7789: Don’t be such a square – throw a curve-ball into your electronics with a curved-edge miniature display. Here’s a new “round rect” TFT display – it’s 1.69″ diagonal and has a high-density 220 ppi, 280×240 full color pixels with IPS any-angle viewing. We’ve seen displays of this caliber used in smartwatches and small electronic devices but they’ve always been MIPI interface. Finally, we found one that is SPI and has a friendly display driver, so it works with any and all microcontrollers or microcomputers!

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