New Products 12/1/21 feat. Adafruit Gift Certificates!

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NEW PRODUCTS THIS WEEK


GPIO Ribbon Cable 2×10 IDC Cable – 20 pins 12″ long

Connect this to that! If you want to bridge those contacts out onto another PCB, you’ll want this GPIO Ribbon Cable! Has a nice soft flexible 20-line 0.05″ ribbon cable and keyed IDC connectors. Good for JTAG connections, in particular – but is useful for anything really.

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Metal Rework Station Stand with Two Clips and Four PCB Holders

This mini rework station is great for electronic work and repair. These were initially marketed for people doing cell phone repair and rework, and we’ve found this to be an excellent workspace for SMT work in particular (this holder is way nicer for thru-hole since you can flip the PCB around)

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64MB Micro SD Memory Card

Add storage in a jiffy using this 64MB microSD card. Preformatted to FAT32, so it works out of the packaging with our projects. Works great with any device in the Adafruit shop that uses microSD cards. Ideal for use with Feathers, data loggers, or small Linux SBCs (not good for Raspberry Pi unless you have some special distro that will fit on such a small card)

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256MB Micro SD Memory Card

Add storage in a jiffy using this 256MB microSD card. Preformatted to FAT32, so it works out of the packaging with our projects. Works great with any device in the Adafruit shop that uses microSD cards. Ideal for use with Feathers, data loggers, or small Linux SBCs (not good for Raspberry Pi unless you have some special distro that will fit on such a small card)

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512MB micro SD Memory Card

Add storage in a jiffy using this 512MB microSD card. Preformatted to FAT32, so it works out of the packaging with our projects. Works great with any device in the Adafruit shop that uses microSD cards. Ideal for use with Feathers, data loggers, or small Linux SBCs (not good for Raspberry Pi unless you have some special distro that will fit on such a small card)

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Black Zipper Sleeve Case with Handle for Raspberry Pi 400

We get serious satisfaction when things fit into other things, so we fell in love with this zipper sleeve case as it is the exact perfect size for a Raspberry Pi 400! Of course, it can also fit other keyboards that are no more than 310mm / 12.2″ long and 150mm / 6″ wide. Its got a stiff outer layer to protect the delicate electronics from smushing, and soft padding to keep parts cozy on the inside.

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Adafruit Gift Certificates

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