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DIY Magnetic Connectors – Straight Contact Pins: If you love power adapters or toys & gadgets that have magnetic connections, you can now experiment with these futuristic connectors easily. It’s sorta like a DIY “MagSafe-styled” connector, with contact pogo pins and a straight solderable connection to your PCB. If you’ve ever owned a MacBook or a littleBits set, you’ll find the functionality familiar. We’ve got a few new variations:


Conductive Rubber Sheet / Stretch Sensor- 200mm x 200mm: This rubber sheet is made of the same carbon-black impregnated rubber material that our conductive rubber cord uses. Traditionally it would be used for EMF shielding, or conductive gaskets – but it’s very fun to play with and we think it makes for an interesting stretch sensor or maybe a conductive material that is soft and conforming. This item is available in 2 different thicknesses:


Space Girl Badge Soldering Kit by Elkei Education: Peep the ROAR! Awards 2019 Gold Winner for Best Teen-Tween Product, the Space Girl Soldering Kit from Elkei Education! Project-based kits are a great way to show how to work with circuits, how to troubleshoot, and the possibilities of what you can create in a guided activity.

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Biology Girl Badge Soldering Kit by Elkei Education: Peep the ROAR! Awards 2019 Gold Winner for Best Teen-Tween Product, from down under comes the Biology Girl Soldering Kit from Elkei Education! Project-based kits are a great way to show how to work with circuits, how to troubleshoot, and the possibilities of what you can create in a guided activity.

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Miniature Wired LEDs – 0805 SMT LED – 5 packs: These ultra-fine wired LEDs are designed for model-makers and crafters but they could also come in handy for folks who want to add tiny points of light to a design without needing SMT-level soldering skills. Use this five-pack bundle of Miniature Wired 0805 LEDs for easy-breezy LED wiring. They’re very small (2mm x 1.25mm), so they’re easy to embed into any structure, costume, or wearable. We’ve got 5 different colors to pick from:


Adafruit LSM6DS3TR-C 6-DoF Accel + Gyro IMU – STEMMA QT / Qwiic: Add motion and orientation sensing to your Arduino project with this affordable 6 Degree of Freedom (6-DoF) sensor with sensors from ST. The board includes an ST LSM6DS3TR-C, a great entry-level 6-DoF IMU accelerometer + gyro. The 3-axis accelerometer can tell you which direction is down towards the Earth (by measuring gravity) or how fast the board is accelerating in 3D space. The 3-axis gyroscope can measure spin and twist.

This chip is very similar to the now-discontinued LSM6DS33, a great entry-level IMU. As part of the illustrious LSM6DS family, its well-established, well-supported and this chip even has better performance! Note it is not firmware-compatible with the ‘DS33, so you will need to recompile code (e.g our Arduino and Python libraries support the whole family but you do have to indicate which exact chip you’re using)

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Raspberry Pi Pico W: The Raspberry Pi foundation changed single-board computing when they released the Raspberry Pi computer, now they’re ready to do the same for microcontrollers with the release of the brand new Raspberry Pi Pico W. This low-cost microcontroller board features their powerful new chip, the RP2040, and all the fixin’s to get started with IoT embedded electronics projects at a stress-free price.

Raspberry Pi Pico W brings WiFi + BLE (coming soon) wireless networking to the Pico platform while retaining complete pin compatibility with its older sibling.

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Raspberry Pi Pico H – Pico with Headers Soldered: Raspberry Pi Pico H is just like the classic Pico but adds pre-soldered headers and a new 3-pin debug connector.

There’s 20 pads on each side, with groups of general purpose input-and-output (GPIO) pins interleaved with plenty of ground pins. All of the GPIO pins are 3.3V logic, and are not 5V-safe so stick to 3V! You get a total of 25 GPIO pins, 3 of those can be analog inputs (the chip has 4 ADC but one is not broken out). There are no true analog output (DAC) pins.

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Raspberry Pi Pico WH – Pico Wireless with Headers Soldered: Raspberry Pi Pico WH brings WiFi + BLE (coming soon) wireless networking to the Pico platform while retaining complete pin compatibility with its older sibling.

Raspberry Pi Pico WH is just like the classic Pico but adds pre-soldered headers, a new 3-pin debug connector, and an on-board single-band 2.4GHz wireless interfaces (802.11n) using the Infineon CYW4343 while retaining the Pico form factor.

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