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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!
The Turbot is the Velociraptor of the Robot Jurassic Park! Full body tumbling gets this aggressive robot over all sorts of terrain on its search for light!
Here's a common light weight 2032 coincell battery. Great for powering tiny robots, real time clocks and LED throwies!
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