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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 gearmotor 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)
It's a nice quad-AA battery holder, with 6" leads.
Need to add more voltage to your regular 4AA battery pack? Parallax has come up with this ingenious plug in module that adds a 5th module to your AA quad-pack holder.
A small, but mighty power supply. This board was designed to be as small and inconspicuous as possible.
A small, but very mighty power supply. This board was designed to be as small and inconspicuous as possible.
The USBtinyISP is an inexpensive kit that emulates the AVRIsp in-system programmer. It's an inexpensive way to start "burning your own code"!
Blinky lights, in all shapes and sizes, are always a good thing to have. These micro LilyPad LEDs cover the tiny end of the size spectrum, and come in white, red, yellow, blue and green.
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