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Stripboard make for fast prototyping for simple circuits.
It's a handy little solderable breadboard, scored for easy snapping into quadrants for subcircuits.
This 50mil-pad breakout is best for larger SMD components on 50mil or 100mil pitch spacing, with ground plane.
The Arduino Mega has LOTS of I/O. This Mega Protoshield by Adafruit breaks it all out for easy access and prototyping.
No rats nests using this 20cm ribbon-cable male/female jumper! 40 lines that stay tidy until you pull them apart!
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 is the standard motor that is built in to the GM2/3/8/9. Nominally runs at 6VDC and consumes roughly 35mA
Power that breadboard simply with this DC barrel jack.
Looking for tiny proximity sensors? The BittyBot Proxdots are very small, and complete with IR modulated transmitter /receivers!
This Sumovore add-on brainboard replaces the standard discrete logic brain with a powerful, programmable microcontroller! (Requires host product)
This air pump really blows! This pump operates at 12V and has enough power for most small projects.
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