New nEw NEWS From Adafruit Round-Up: April, May & June, 2024

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We’ve got some exciting things up our sleeves for the next few month. Can’t wait to share them with you! So for now, we’ll just summarize Q2

Vol. #355: Adafruit LTC4316 I2C Address Translator – Stemma QT

  • SHT45 Trinkey – USB Temperature and Humidity Sensor, SHT41 Trinkey – USB Temperature and Humidity Sensor, Motor/Stepper/Servo Shield for Arduino v2 Kit – v2.3 and more
  • Create a Magic Storybook with ChatGPT
  • Iot Monthly

Vol. #356: ADG729 Dual 1-to-4 Analog Matrix Switch!

  • ESP32-C6 Feather – STEMMA QT, ADG728 1-to-8 Analog Matrix Switch – Stemma QT and more
  • build your own Automatic Mechanical Watch Winder
  • National Robotics Week

Vol. #357: Save 10% on your spring restock 🧹

  • Infrared IR Remote Receiver – STEMMA JST PH 2mm, TSSP77038 38KHz Infrared IR Demodulator Breakout, BNO055 + BMP280 BFF Add-On for QT Py
  • Which CircuitPython Board is Right for You?
  • Coming soon – CH552 QT Py is a tiny 8051 board

Vol. #358: PiCowbell Camera Breakouts

  • 5 PiCowbell Camera Breakouts!
  • Keep your Pico toes Toasty with a DVI Sock
  • Go Go Gadget Pi Zero
  • Adafruit Gift Guide: Mother’s Day

Vol. #359: DVI Sock for Pico – Works with HDMI Displays!

  • USB Host BFF for QT Py or Xiao with MAX3421E
  • Make a blaster inspired by Gravity Falls

Vol. #360: CH552 QT Py – 8051

  • S-35710 Low-Power Wake Up Timer Breakout – STEMMA QT / Qwiic
  • May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Vol. #361: SEN54 or SEN55 Adapter Breakout!

  • 555 PWM Output STEMMA, Qwiic / Stemma QT Breakout Board
  • Convert an original PlayStation controller into a wireless gamepad for computer gaming

Vol. #362: TRRS Trinkey

  • Proto Tripler PiCowbell for Pico and PicoW
  • Build your own Halo Energy Sword RP2040
  • Adafruit Gift Guide: Graduation

Vol. #363: Pixel Trinkey – USB Key

  • Chainable DS18B20 Extender Breakout – STEMMA JST PH 2mm, 2.9″ Red/Black/White eInk Display Breakout – THINK INK – UC8151D Chipset
  • Build a custom USB media dial

Vol. #364: I2C Controlled + Keypad Shield Kit

  • TSMP96000 “Code Learning” Infrared IR Receiver Breakout – STEMMA JST PH 2mm
  • Get making with the Adafruit TRRS Trinkey specifically designed for assistive tech projects!
  • ICYMI Python on Microcontrollers Newsletter
  • June is Pride Month!

Vol. #365: Switchable USB Type A to C Breakout Board

  • CH9328 UART to HID Keyboard Breakout
  • build a Dune Worm Thumper

Vol. #366: DS2484 I2C to 1-Wire Bus Adapter Breakout

  • NeoPixel Breakout with JST SH Connectors
  • Programmable 12v Outdoor Cafe Lights
  • Juneteenth
  • Pride 2024

Vol. #367: HX711 24-bit ADC for Load Cells / Strain Gauges

  • USB Type C Plug
  • Feather of the Day
  • The prototypes we’re testing this week
  • USB MIDI Host Messenger

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