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Need to hold a pair of AA batteries?
Need a way to hold onto a pair of AA batteries for your robot? Here you go, complete with 6" long leads!
This SPDT snap lever switch is modifiable into tactile sensors.
This DPDT (double pole-double throw) toggle switch is perfect for all kinds of useful and useless applications!
This 224:1 gear motor is very comparable to a hobby servo for power, at a fraction of the cost!
Auxiliary mounts for the GM2/3/8/9/17 gear motors. Image shows each side of wheel (not sold in sets of 2)
Synapse SNAP modules are super-useful, and here's a bundle to get a PC base-station up and running!
Small, powerful, inexpensive - PIC Micros from Microchip are an easy and affordable way to get into microcontrollers.
This Tamiya gearbox is a good compromise between speed and power. Build for either 41.7:1 or 64.8:1 ratios this motor features quality polyacetal gears.
This little number is an interface board for any BS2-compatible or Stamp Stack II controller, it is intended for use with products that were designed to accept Solarbotics add-on brainboards such as the Sumovore and ScoutWalker III.
Got a stepper driver running a bit too hot? Vreg going into thermal shutdown? Here's a heatsink, for small applications.
Originally designed for control of HVAC vanes and similar low-demand equipment, these stepper-motor gearboxes have lots of hacking potential. This is the higher-torque / lower speed 64:1 version.
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