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Get all you need to start programming a PICAXE 28X1 - power, board, IC and USB cable.
A complete starter kit for the 28-pin PICAXE microcontrollers. Includes everything you need to begin programming and experimenting with PICAXE micros:
The SGS Thompson L293D is one of the most common motor driver chips, with built-in protection from the abuse motors can create.
This Resistor Array houses 8 x 330ohm resistors that are all independent from each other in a Dual in-line package (DIP), unlike a Single in-line package (SIP) which has 1 shared pin.
Ideal for making pin-to-pin connections. These are the products you need. Way better than soldering tiny sockets to wires and heat-shrinking them yourself!
The GWS S03N servo is a good, solid workhorse if you have a need for inexpensive reliable servos.
The GP2Y0A21 Sharp distance sensor is a great way to add obstacle avoidance or motion sensing to your robot or any other project. With a detection range of 4" to 32" and an analog voltage indicating the distance, this sensor is very easy to use.
If you want to try out PICAXE microcontrollers and have found the 28X1 to be the one for you, this kit includes what you need to get on your way.
The PICAXE-18 Starter Pack is an inexpensive development board for 18-pin PICAXE ICs.
The PICAXE-18 Tutorial Kit is a flexible PICAXE-18 development board that is ideal for the classroom or self study.
Inserting and aligning nuts into Openbeam can be a bit tricky, but this clever, simple tri-nut insert is a simple, effective solution to the problem.
These 28mm diameter (1-1/8") wheels are ideal for mini-sumo robotics.
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