New Products 5/29/24 Feat. Adafruit I2C Controlled + Keypad Shield Kit for 16×2 LCD!

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Ceramic Tip Tweezers

You’ll need a good pair of tweezers when soldering delicate surface-mount (SMD/SMT) components. These are a great pair of precision, heat-resistant tweezers. They’ve got a metal body and ceramic inset tips, so they are anti-magnetic and will not bend with use. The tips are fine and pointy to pick up components without risk of scratching, and because they are ceramic, they are also excellent for holding parts during hot air rework or if you’re going to get close with your soldering iron.

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Ceramic Sharp Point Tweezers

You’ll need a good pair of tweezers when soldering delicate surface-mount (SMD/SMT) components. These are a great pair of precision, heat-resistant tweezers. They’ve got a metal body and ceramic inset tips, so they are anti-magnetic and will not bend with use. The tips are fine and pointy to pick up components without risk of scratching, and because they are ceramic, they are also excellent for holding parts during hot air rework or if you’re going to get close with your soldering iron.

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On/Off Round Key Lock – 12mm Diameter

MAJOR KEY ALERT 🔑🔑🔑 we now stock ‘Key Lock Switches’! These mechanical switches don’t use a button, lever, or magnet to open and close the contacts. Instead, a literal key is used. This low-cost but effective key lock switch is nice and compact: you only need to drill a 12mm / 0.5″ diameter hole in your mounting plate.

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Momentary On/Off Round Key Lock Switch – 12mm Diameter

Insert the ‘bike lock’ style key and rotate it one turn clockwise. Now, the two contacts on the back are electrically connected and locked. Rotate it back counter-clockwise to disconnect the switches. This makes for an excellent ‘On-Off’ switch that requires the key to activate.

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5.5mm/2.1mm DC Barrel Polarity Reversing Cable

Once in a while, we find products with center negative DC power jacks, and they really make us mad because who keeps around both positive and negative polarity versions of every voltage? Now, hopefully, USB Power Delivery will solve this long term, but until then, this 2.1mm DC polarity reversal adapter will have to do!

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Pimoroni NVMe Base Duo for Raspberry Pi 5 – PIM704

Add two super-fast NVMe SSDs to your Raspberry Pi 5! Ideal if you need redundancy or just a load more storage on your RPi. Pimoroni’s NVMe Base Duo is a PCIe Gen 2 extension board for Raspberry Pi 5. To use it, simply populate it with one or two M-key NVMe SSDs (2230 to 2280 sizes supported) and mount it under (or over) your Pi for a compact and fast storage solution. It even comes with rubber feet!

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Espressif ESP32-S3-EYE – ESP32-S3 Camera Board

Ever wanted to dabble in face and/or speech recognition? Espressif’s ESP-S3-EYE is a miniature AI development board. It is based on the ESP32-S3 SoC and ESP-WHO, Espressif’s AI development framework. It features a 2-Megapixel camera, an LCD display, and a microphone, which are used for image recognition and audio processing.

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Adafruit TSMP96000 “Code Learning” Infrared IR Receiver Breakout – STEMMA JST PH 2mm

For classic 38KHz infrared remote signal reading, we’ve got a lovely STEMMA IR Receiver. But if you want to read infrared signals from remotes with different carrier signals, especially when you don’t know the frequency, this Adafruit TSMP96000 “Code Learning” Infrared IR Receiver Breakout has the ability to detect IR signals from 20 to 60KHz and provide the carrier signal for analysis. This is used for “code learning” situations where you want your device to work with any IR remote control.

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Adafruit I2C Controlled + Keypad Shield Kit for 16×2 LCD

We really like the range of LCDs we stock in the shop, such as our classic blue & white and the fancy RGB negative and RGB positive. Unfortunately, these LCDs require quite a few digital pins: 6 to control the LCD and then another 3 to control the RGB backlight for a total of 9 pins. That’s half of the pins available on a classic Arduino!

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