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New Product Roundup – June 22nd

It’s Saturday and that means we are back with another New Product Roundup! This week we have eight new items in the catalogue and a new Product Of The Week with 30% Off! Let’s go have a look!

New Products
This week we added a lot of wire. Over the coming weeks we will be adding a lot more in various sizes. We start with two new types of Magnet Wire. Magnet wire is a single solid core of copper with a thin enamel coating and is ideal for making electromagnets, motor windings, and very fine wiring. These rolls have ~ 32’ of wire and are available in 24AWG and 32AWG. Next up, we have 18AWG Solid Core wire in 5 different colors (Red, Black, Yellow, White, and Green). Finally, we have something completely different: The Adafruit Feather M4 Express featuring the ATSAMD51 chipset. This is an incredibly powerful microcontroller that works with both Circuit Python and Arduino.

Product Of The Week – 30% Off!
Take advantage today with 30% Off the AM2315 – Weather Resistant Temperature / Humidity Sensor! This promotion is available in store / online and ends Friday at midnight. A new product and a new discount arrive next Saturday!

24AWG Magnet Wire – 32′

Magnet wire is solid core copper wiring with an “enamel” coating. Magnet wire can be for making custom coils, motors, generators, inductors, electromagnets, or transformers. This small spool has 32’ of 24AWG copper wire with enamel coating.

32AWG Magnet Wire – 32′

Magnet wire is solid core copper wiring with an “enamel” coating. Magnet wire can be for making custom coils, motors, generators, inductors, electromagnets, or transformers. This small spool has 32’ of 32AWG copper wire with enamel coating.

18 AWG Solid Core Wire – Black – 25′

Wire is an essential part of almost any electronic project. If you are not building the Space Shuttle, small spools of wire like these will probably work quite well. Each spool contains 25’ of Black 18AWG Solid Core Wire meaning you can pick up a bunch of different colors to keep your wiring organized!

18 AWG Solid Core Wire – Red – 25′

Wire is an essential part of almost any electronic project. If you are not building the Space Shuttle, small spools of wire like these will probably work quite well. Each spool contains 25’ of Red 18AWG Solid Core Wire meaning you can pick up a bunch of different colors to keep your wiring organized!

18 AWG Solid Core Wire – White – 25′

Wire is an essential part of almost any electronic project. If you are not building the Space Shuttle, small spools of wire like these will probably work quite well. Each spool contains 25’ of White 18AWG Solid Core Wire meaning you can pick up a bunch of different colors to keep your wiring organized!

18 AWG Solid Core Wire – Yellow – 25′

Wire is an essential part of almost any electronic project. If you are not building the Space Shuttle, small spools of wire like these will probably work quite well. Each spool contains 25’ of Yellow 18AWG Solid Core Wire meaning you can pick up a bunch of different colors to keep your wiring organized!

18 AWG Solid Core Wire – Green – 25′

Wire is an essential part of almost any electronic project. If you are not building the Space Shuttle, small spools of wire like these will probably work quite well. Each spool contains 25’ of Green 18AWG Solid Core Wire meaning you can pick up a bunch of different colors to keep your wiring organized!

Adafruit Feather M4 Express – Featuring ATSAMD51

Welcome to the most powerful Feather made to date: The Feather M4 Express. This Feather is powered by our favorite new chip, the ATSAMD51J19 – a 32-bit 120MHz Cortex M4 processor with floating point support, 512KB Flash, 192KB RAM. The Feather M4 ships with CircuitPython on board. When you plug it in, it will show up as a very small disk drive with main.py on it. Edit main.py with your favorite text editor to build your project using Python, the most popular programming language. Not a fan of Python? It is Arduino compatible as well!

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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