This a high-quality stereo jack is great for use with the PICAXE download cable.
Ever need a convenient way to log 4 channels remotely, and don't have a lot of time to mess around programming up your own? PICAXE to the rescue!
This optional Windows software application enables graphic images to be downloaded into the Serial GLCD (part LED042) internal EEPROM memory (for later display).
Static safe foam is a must for anyone who needs to store or transport any kind of an IC.
The PICAXE-20M Project Board Kit lets you quickly develop your project, and drive it with the included PICAXE-20M IC!
The Schools Educator 5-Pack is a cost effective way to bring the very easy-to-use PICAXE into a classroom setting. 5 Pack pricing!
Looking for a single, compact, cool little PICAXE development board? We've broken down the PICAXE Schools Educators 5-pack so you can buy just one to play with it yourself!
This low-cost project uses an 8 pin microcontroller to create an electronic pet with LED eyes and a piezo sounder voice that reacts to touch (via a push switch) and light (via a miniature LDR).
The PICAXE is a great chip, but the programming interface is a bit bizarre, using a 1/8" stereo jack. Last time we looked, breadboards didn't have stereo jacks... Good thing these adapters are available!