New Products 9/21/23 Feat. Adafruit USB Type C Power Delivery Dummy Breakout – I2C or Fixed -HUSB238!

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Adafruit AD5693R Breakout Board – 16-Bit DAC with I2C Interface – STEMMA QT / qwiic

Which is better, less bits or more? MORE of course! So why settle for a 12-bit DAC like the MCP4725 when you can go for the 16-bits of the AD5693? OK well there may be some reason to go with 12-bits, say if you don’t need high resolution output and want to go with the more affordable DAC. But for those who like the finer things in life, the Adafruit AD5693R Breakout Board is a16-Bit DAC with I2C Interface and temperature compensated 2.5V internal reference for a compact high-precision output.

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Round RGB 666 TTL TFT Display – 2.1″ 480×480 – Capacitive Touch – TL021WVC02CT-B1323

This is a screen for advanced hackers who like the look of a nice, round TFT screen with tons of pixels. The 2.1″ diagonal sized display has 480×480 16-bit full-color pixels and is an IPS display, so the color looks great up to 80 degrees off-axis in any direction.

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Round RGB TTL TFT Display – 2.1″ 480×480 – No Touchscreen – TL021WVC02-B1323B

This version does not have a touchscreen. It’s exactly the same TFT display as PID 5792 but without the capacitive touch panel, so it is a little less expensive.

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Ultraleap 3Di Stereo Hand Tracking Camera

The Ultraleap 3Di Stereo Hand Tracking Camera is designed to be connected to an interactive screen. Together with Ultraleap’s world-leading software, it transforms displays into touchless, three-dimensional, immersive surfaces. Ultraleap 3Di allows easy integration of Ultraleap hand tracking in a form factor ruggedized for use in permanent settings – such as self-serve kiosks, digital out-of-home installations, interactive displays in retail, museums, and theme parks, or medical/industrial uses.

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Black Woven USB A to USB C Cable with 66W Watt Display – 1 meter

This Black Woven USB A to USB C Cable with 66W Watt Display makes determining the charger setup easy: look on the end of the USB C plug to read the amount of power going into your phone. ~3W is a standard 5V / 500mA draw, 5-7W is when you can get 5V / 1A and higher wattages correspond to quick-charge capable setups.

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Adafruit USB Type C Power Delivery Dummy Breakout – I2C or Fixed – HUSB238

The HUSB238 USB PD sink chip is neat in that you can either use jumpers (really, resistor selection) to set the desired PD voltage and current or you can use I2C for dynamic querying and setting. We’ve build a nice Adafruit USB Type C Power Delivery Dummy Breakout board around the HUSB238 to make it very easy to configure and integrate without having to solder any tiny resistors.

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