New Products 2/9/22 Feat. Turing Complete Labs 10 Digit Monochrome LCD Display – STEMMA QT /Qwiic!

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Holographic RFID Blocking Card Holders (10-pack)

These Holographic Vertical RFID Blocking Card Sleeves keep all your RFID-enabled cards (i.e. credit cards, bank cards, photo IDs, etc) safe from identity theft and are much more effective than wrapping them in aluminum foil. These protect your cards’ Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip from getting accessed by an uninvited, unauthorized, potentially nefarious RFID reader.

One single sleeve is 65mm x 90mm. Fits perfectly in your wallet or purse. Comes in a pack of ten, so it’s ok if you lose one or give to a friend

Learn more about RFID / NFC products and projects on the Adafruit Learning System.

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Silver RFID Blocking Card Sleeves (10-pack)

These Silvery Horizontal RFID Blocking Card Sleeves keep all your RFID-enabled cards (i.e. credit cards, bank cards, photo IDs, etc) safe from identity theft and are much more effective than wrapping them in aluminum foil. These protect your cards’ Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip from getting accessed by an uninvited, unauthorized, potentially nefarious RFID reader.

One single sleeve is 65mm x 90mm. Fits perfectly in your wallet or purse. Comes in a pack of ten, so it’s ok if you lose one or give away one to a friend

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2×17 (34 pin) IDC Box Header – 0.1″ / 2.54mm Pitch

This handy double-row, 34-pin 2×17 IDC Box Header is a slightly smaller version of the 2×20 pin IDC Box Header, often used for floppy disk drive interfacing! But could be useful for other things that have a 34-pin IDC connection requirement.

One header per order.

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64×64 RGB LED Matrix Panel – 2mm Pitch

Wintertime can be rough in the city. The sky is gray. The weather is unpredictable. So slough off those seasonal blues with some Times Square razzle dazzle from this sweet, ultra-high-density 64×64 RGB LED Matrix. These panels are typically used to make video walls. Here in New York, we see them on the sides of buses and on top of taxi cabs displaying animations or video advertisements. We thought they looked really cool, so we picked up a few boxes of them from a factory. They have 4,096 bright RGB LEDs arranged in a 64×64 grid at a 2mm pitch.

WARNING! These 64-pixel tall matrices use a non-standard 5-address multiplexing system! WARNING! Many add-ons or drivers use only a 4-address (ABCD) setup and may not support 5-address (ABCDE)

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Small Inductive Wireless LEDs – 10 Pack – Yellow

Adding LEDs to anything makes it 5x better — it’s a scientific fact! But when you have LEDs, you’ve got wires and power supplies and all that stuff is kinda annoying. What if you could have LEDs that light up without any wires or soldering or battery packs? Sounds magical! That’s what makes this 10 Wireless LED Kit so nifty. When paired with either our Small or Large Inductive Coil Kit, they use electromagnetic fields and inductive coupling to pass power through the air to light up lil LEDs soldered onto coils.

Each order comes with ten yellow miniature LED inductors.

Also available in Blue, Green, Red and White!


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Turing Complete Labs 10 Digit Monochrome LCD Display – STEMMA QT / Qwiic

Those crisp digital displays from your calculator can now be incorporated into your next project with this handy 10 Digit Monochrome LCD Display from Turing Complete Labs. It’s got that same glass that you see in desktop calculators, it even has decimal and comma segments between each digit. It is daylight readable but has no backlight so you’ll need to provide side or top lighting with LEDs separately to read at night.

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New Products 2/9/22 Feat. Turing Complete Labs 10 Digit Monochrome LCD Display – STEMMA QT /Qwiic!


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