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New Product Roundup – August 3rd

Welcome back to a holiday weekend edition of our New Product Roundup! Just three new products to share this week, but before we jump into that, first a quick reminder: We are closed on Monday for the BC Day holiday. The showroom is open today until 4PM – so feel free to drop by and grab last minute long weekend project supplies!

New Products
Starting off this week, we added another type of small workstation mat. This is a bit different as it has a static safe work environment on one side and a heat resistant surface on the other side – ideal for repairs and rework! Next up, we have another type of heat shrink kit – this 127 piece kit ranges from 1/16” to 1/2″ and has a nice plastic carrying case. Finally, we have a Blue version of the 6V variation of 16mm panel mount On/Off pushbuttons.

Product Of The Week – 25% Off!
This week we have our Small Self Priming Water Pump – 3-12V on sale at 25% Off. This promotion is available in store / online and ends Friday at midnight. A new product and a new discount arrive next Saturday!

Silicone + Anti-Static Work Mat – 18x23cm

This dual purpose work mat is designed for small projects and small places. The green side is a static safe work area while the black side is a heat resistant silicon surface suitable for hot air rework and soldering.

127 Piece Black Heat Shrink Kit

Heat shrink tubing is a favourite for protecting solder joints, protecting small electronic components, and keeping wires organized. This kit contains 127 pieces of black heat shrink tubing and comes in a handy segmented carrying case. Perfect for throwing in a portable toolkit!

16mm Panel Mount On/Off – 6V Blue LED

These chrome-plated metal power buttons are rugged and look great! Simply drill a 16mm hole into any material up to 13mm / ~1/2″ thick and you can fit these in place. The button is IP65 rated and there's even a rubber gasket to keep water out of the enclosure. This button is a single pole / dual throw (SPDT) on/off switch with an independent LED circuit complete with resistor – just apply 5-6V and it will light up.

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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