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New Product Roundup – June 15th

It’s Saturday and that means we are back with another New Product Roundup! This week we have four new items in the catalogue and a new product of the week to share at 50% Off!

New Products
First up we have a new 24V Mean Well Power Supply – feed it anywhere between 100 and 250VAC and you get 24VDC @ 2.2A. The output voltage is adjustable between 21.6 and 28.8V. Next up, we have a USB to DB9 serial adapter. These are Windows / Linux / MacOS X compatible. We also added a new JST-XH 5 pin header – these are the mating connector for both of our gear reduced stepper motors . Finally, we have a male version of the Swiss Pin headers. These are ideal for tight spaces as they mate to the female connector with very little vertical space required.

Product Of The Week – 50% Off!
Product of the Week is our 12″ Male / Male Premium Prototyping wires. These are 50% off until next Friday at midnight – so don’t miss out!

Mean Well Switching Power Supply – 24VDC, 2.2A

The LRS-50-24 is a small, but powerful 50W power supply by Mean Well. This version accepts 100-240VAC and outputs 24V @ 2.2A. The supply features a durable metal casing, short circuit protection, overload protection, and overvoltage protection.

USB to DB9 Serial Adapter Dongle

This USB dongle adds a serial port to any Windows / Linux / MacOS X computer or laptop in a familiar DB9 format. Signal voltage is 0-5VDC.

JST XH 5 Pin Header

JST connectors come in a variety of different sizes and pin configurations. This JST XH series header is designed to be soldered into a circuit board. This XH series connector has a pin pitch of 2.5mm instead of the standard 2.54 (so it isn’t technically breadboard pitch) but it will still work with any 2.54mm pitch footprints and with all perfboards and protoboards.

40 Pin Swiss Male Header

These precision machined “Swiss Pin” headers work similar to standard male breakaway headers, but allow for a lower between-board-height due to how they mate to the female pins. The stacking height of these make them ideal for small spaces, these plug directly into the 40 Pin Swiss Female Socket Header.

New Tutorial!

Raspberry Pi Irrigation Control – Part 4
In the last part of this tutorial series we are going to look at installing our irrigation controller and some of the most common setups. Interested? Head on over to the tutorial!


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