Adafruit New Products this Week: Featuring Adafruit LM66200 Ideal Dual Diodes Breakout!

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NEW PRODUCTS THIS WEEK


Round RGB TTL TFT Display – 4″ 720×720 – NV3052C: This is a screen for advanced hackers who like the look of a nice, round TFT screen with tons of pixels. This massive 4″ diagonal-sized display has 720×720 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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Official Raspberry Pi 5 Active Cooler: The Raspberry Pi 5 Active Cooler is compatible with the Raspberry Pi 5 and the Raspberry Pi 5 Case. Designed for anyone who wants to push the performance of their Pi, as well as overclockers and other power users, it keeps your Raspberry Pi 5 at a comfortable operating temperature even when under heavy load thanks to both a mini heatsink that goes on top of your CPU and a fan that clips into the official Raspberry Pi 5 case.

Great for makers who wish to use the board uncased under continuous heavy load without throttling. It attaches to the board via two new mounting holes and connects to the same four-pin JST connector as the case fan.

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Raspberry Pi 5 FPC Camera Cable – 22-pin 0.5mm to 15-pin 1mm – 300mm long: This 300mm long camera cable is specifically designed to work with the Raspberry Pi 5 series. Just plug it into your Pi 5’s camera port and then the other end into one of the official Pi Cameras for photo and video joy.

Raspberry Pi 5 provides two four-lane MIPI connectors, each of which can support either a camera or a display. These connectors use the same 22-way, 0.5mm-pitch “mini” FPC format as the Compute Module
Development Kit, and require adapter cables to connect to the 15-way, 1mm-pitch “standard” format connectors on Raspberry Pi’s current camera and display products.

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Raspberry Pi 5 FPC Camera Cable – 22-pin 0.5mm to 15-pin 1mm – 200mm long: This 200mm long camera cable is specifically designed to work with the Raspberry Pi 5 series. Just plug it into your Pi 5’s camera port and then the other end into one of the official Pi Cameras for photo and video joy.

Raspberry Pi 5 provides two four-lane MIPI connectors, each of which can support either a camera or a display. These connectors use the same 22-way, 0.5mm-pitch “mini” FPC format as the Compute Module
Development Kit, and require adapter cables to connect to the 15-way, 1mm-pitch “standard” format connectors on Raspberry Pi’s current camera and display products.

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Raspberry Pi 5 FPC Display Cable – 22-pin 0.5mm to 15-pin 1mm – 300mm long: This 300mm long display cable is specifically designed to work with the Raspberry Pi 5 series.

Raspberry Pi 5 provides two four-lane MIPI connectors, each of which can support either a camera or a display. These connectors use the same 22-pin, 0.5mm-pitch “mini” FPC format as the Compute Module Development Kit, and require adapter cables to connect to the 15-pin, 1mm-pitch “standard” format connectors on Raspberry Pi’s current camera and display products.

Read more


Raspberry Pi 5 FPC Display Cable – 22-pin 0.5mm to 15-pin 1mm – 200mm long: This 200mm long display cable is specifically designed to work with the Raspberry Pi 5 series.

Raspberry Pi 5 provides two four-lane MIPI connectors, each of which can support either a camera or a display. These connectors use the same 22-pin, 0.5mm-pitch “mini” FPC format as the Compute Module
Development Kit, and require adapter cables to connect to the 15-pin, 1mm-pitch “standard” format connectors on Raspberry Pi’s current camera and display products.

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Adafruit LM66200 Ideal Dual Diodes Breakout: Most projects these days have multiple power supplies: say a battery or DC wall plug or USB for multiple powering options. Juggling these to have seamless hot-swap while avoiding back-powering is always a bit of a challenge: you want to keep things small, cheap, low power and of course reduce as much voltage drop as possible.

The Adafruit LM66200 Dual Ideal Diode breakout is a cute solution to dual supplies: it has back-voltage protection, and two ‘ideal’ diodes with RdsOn of 40 milliohms, support for 2.5A continuous draw and a separate enable input and status output.

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