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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.
Handy for extending the "brain space" of any microcontroller!
The Panasonic 1381x voltage trigger detects preset voltage levels depending on the flavor you select. These are the heart of many solar engine circuits.
Static safe foam is a must for anyone who needs to store or transport any kind of an IC.
The 25LC640 SPI Serial EEPROM is a 8-bit x 8192 words SPI EEPROM.
The 24LC16B is a16K Bits x 8 I2C serial EEPROM device.
It's a kit that builds something that ...turns itself off when turned on. Hence, the Useless Box!
These custom-made-for-Solarbotics coils offer a strong electromagnetic kicks for creating motion from interactions with magnets. We LIKE these!
Bi-color LEDs light red when connected one way and green when connected the other.
Brand new to PICAXE? Here's an all-in-one bundle to get you started from the ground-level using the PICAXE 28 and a USB Cable interface
The PICAXE Connect board lets you hook up a Digi XBee module or LocSense GPS module to your PICAXE or (using a MAX3232 chip) a computer.
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