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A basic 12 button keypad for user input.
The buttons are setup in a matrix format. This allows a microcontroller to 'scan' the 7 output pins to see which of the 12 buttons is being pressed.
Check the examples below for correct pin-outs and such.
This 70-piece flexible wire jumper kit is sure to replace your old-style solid-wire jumpers. These are more flexible, robust, and easy to use!
The BVR Breadboard regulator kit makes it easy to add regulated, switchable power to your breadboard by using practically any 2.1mm DC adapter!
The Arduino Uno is the all-new replacement for the favourite and popular Arduino Duemilanove. Now shipping R3!
Need 2-axis of control and a button? Think back to the joystick on a PS2 controller! This is just like it!
10 resistors each of 100ohm, 470ohm, 1k, and 2.2k
Check this action out - It's a panel mount toggle switch, yay! This switch is unique in it's operation as it has a spring inside that automatically returns the switch to the center-OFF position.
This micro DPDT switch has the switch lever on the top.
Robust plastic SPDT power switch
If you're looking for a base for your next robot, look no further than the Rover 5. This 4 motor monstrosity takes any terrain by storm.... just don't take it out in a storm... please!
Small plastic rollers can be handy - better than having your latest robot dragging its butt across the table! These Pololu units are inexpensive, small, and easy to use!
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