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The quad bipolar switch is useful for switching and redirecting two-direction signal paths.
The quad bipolar analog switch has gained some attention in the BEAM community as a simple way of routing analog signals in our control circuits.
Standard sized diffused T1-3/4 LEDs, great for indicators. Available in green, red, yellow, white and blue.
The LM339 is very similar to the LM324 but with open collector outputs.
The 24LC16B is a16K Bits x 8 I2C serial EEPROM device.
The 25LC640 SPI Serial EEPROM is a 8-bit x 8192 words SPI EEPROM.
Bi-color LEDs light red when connected one way and green when connected the other.
This single-panel breadboard is transparent and solderless. It's like MAGIC!!
These Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) sockets clamp onto a chip, making a good electrical connection, when you push the lever down.
Handy for extending the "brain space" of any microcontroller!
A quick, hands-on introduction to the popular open-source language.
This new version of the Photopopper is still a solar-powered, light-seeking, obstacle-avoiding robot, but now with update electronics & gold trim that make it twice as fast!
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