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New Product Roundup – December 21st

Hello everyone, and welcome to our last New Product Roundup of 2019! This week we have 6 new products to share and a new product of the week at 20% Off.

We wont be releasing much in the way of new products next week due to the holidays – but be sure to stop by and check out our Boxing Week Sale. The insider preview for the sale will be sent out early next week – so get subscribed to our Newsletter (if you aren’t already) for early access!

Also, if you are looking for a last minute gift – don’t forget about our Gift Certificates – these are emailed out and don’t require shipping – ideal for the last minute shopper!


New Products This Week
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$2.95

3V DC Hobby Motor with Double Shaft – 130

 

DC motors come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes. This particular motor is a standard “130” size DC motor – but instead of a shaft extending from one side, this motor has a 2mm shaft extending from both ends. The 2mm shaft and works well with many of the gears in our assorted gear sets, most propellers, and other accessories we carry. . ... [Read More]

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$13.95

Official Raspberry Pi 4 Case

 

This is the Official Raspberry Pi Case for the Raspberry Pi 4. This case has been specifically designed to fit the Raspberry Pi 4 by the Raspberry Pi Foundation and is compatible with all three versions of Pi4. The case is comprised of two parts - a base and a lid. The Pi snaps into the base and can be used with or without the lid depending on whether access is needed to the camera, display, and GPIO ports... [Read More]

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$10.95

Raspberry Pi 4 Case – White

 

This white Pi case is designed to fit the all-new Raspberry Pi 4. It works with all three variations of the Pi 4 and provides a decent amount of ventilation. The case is comprised of three pieces – a base, midsection, and a lid. With the lid removed, there is also a small slot that the camera can be slid into... [Read More]

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$15.95

IR Analog Distance Sensor (20-150cm)

 

Measuring distance with a microcontroller is one of those tasks that can be accomplished a number of ways. These IR Distance Sensors are probably one of the easiest ways to get it done! This Sharp distance sensor uses infrared light to detect distances between 20 and 150cm away. The output is an analog signal ranging from approximately 2.5VDC at 20cm to 0.4VDC at 150cm. Simply connect this sensor's output to a 5V compatible analog input on your microcontroller... [Read More]

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$4.95

Solid State Relay – 2A

 

A solid state relay (SSR) allows you to control high-current AC loads from lower voltage DC control circuitry. Solid state relays have several advantages over mechanical relays. One such advantage is that they can be switched by a much lower voltage and at a much lower current than most mechanical relays. Also, because there’s no moving contacts, solid state relays can be switched much faster and for much longer periods without wearing out. This particular SSR can switch current loads of up to 2A with a 4-6V DC input... [Read More]

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$9.95

Official Raspberry Pi HDMI Cable – 1 Meter

 

This HDMI 2.0 cable with Ethernet and audio return channel is triple layer shielded. Ideal for the Raspberry Pi 3A+, 3B+ or any previous Pi. It can also be used with any other HDMI device. It is fully licensed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation and is embossed with the Raspberry Pi logo on each connector... [Read More]

Feature Products
Product Of The Week - 50% Off

$4.95

DHT11 Temperature / Humidity Sensor

 

  This week we have DHT11 Temperature / Humidity Sensor featured as our Product of the Week. This item is on sale for 50% OFF until Friday at midnight Pacific time - so do not miss out!

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Latest Tutorial

Sending An Email With Attached Photo Using Python And The Raspberry Pi

We have already covered using a Raspberry Pi and Python to send an email containing basic text – but what if you wanted to attach a picture instead? In this tutorial we are going to adapt our code from our basic email tutorial to allow picture attachments to be sent. Interested? Head on over to the tutorial!

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