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Brand new to PICAXE? Here's an all-in-one bundle to get you started with the PICAXE-18X from the ground-level!
The Board of Education Full Kit (Serial) has everything you need to learn about BASIC Stamps.
The Ardweeny BackPack - free your Ardweeny from the breadboard, and set it free to the world!
The PICAXE is great, but on a breadboard, you'll like it even better. Many handy features make the AXE Stack more useful than just plugging your PICAXE into a breadboard!
This great kit lets you easily program your PICAXE 18M2 IC on a breadboard with many additional features.
PJRC did it again! Arduino compatible, 32bit, 120MHz ARM Cortex M4, and 5V tolerant to boot!
Bi-color LEDs light red when connected one way and green when connected the other.
They're like little 15cm (6") high-quality extension cables for your breadboard. Actually, they ARE little 15cm high-quality extension cables for your breadboard!
They're like little 30cm (11.8") high-quality extension cables for your breadboard. Actually, they ARE little 30cm high-quality extension cables for your breadboard!
This is a simple breakout board for the popular XBee product from Maxstream.
The Board of Education Full Kit (USB) has everything you need to learn about BASIC Stamp programming.
Already have an Arduino, but not sure what to do with it? Add it to our Solarbotics edition of the Arduino Experimenter's Kit!
This is a simple to use, USB to serial base unit for the XBee line.
They're like little 30cm (12") high-quality extension cables for your breadboard. Actually, they ARE little 30cm high-quality extension cables for your breadboard!
The Solarbotics edition of the Oomlout Arduino Experimenter's Kit makes learning Arduino microcontrollers fabulously straightforward!
Looking for an travel plastic case for your electronics? We've found such a critter, with a nice open space for your breadboard!
This little I2C adapter will have you shifting signals with ease in no time flat.
The ChronoDot RTC is an extremely accurate real time clock module, based on the DS3231 temperature compensated RTC (TCXO).
The Secret L293D motor driver kit replaces the guts of a standard servo and turns it into tidy gear motor with a built in motor driver!
16.000MHz. That's pretty darn precise. And exactly the value needed to run an ATmega8/168/328 microcontroller at Arduino-compatible frequency!
These nifty little devices will allow you to pull power easily from a USB port!
These are good quality IC test hooks with a male connection wire. Instead of a single hook, these have two hooks that are capable of grabbing very small points (like DIP IC legs).
Once a small little handbook from the creators of Arduino, it's now a substantial collection of useful Arduino knowledge.
The Raspberry Pi series of "single board computers" all have a 40-pin GPIO breakout, but it isn't breadboard friendly. Use the Pi Wedge to bring these lines out to your breadboard
A convenient little switch to easily turn on and off your LiPoly batteries when prototyping.
Ideal for making pin-to-pin connections. These are the products you need. Way better than soldering tiny sockets to wires and heat-shrinking them yourself!
Handy single-turn 1k trimpot with friendly knob is prototyping friendly!
A red 5 volt LED where the resistor is built right into the plastic. No more messy current limiting resistors!
With its 8 parallel-processing cogs, the Propeller chip's unique design makes a variety of otherwise difficult microcontroller applications relatively simple
It's a clever breakout board for a chip that talks I2C to drive 16 channels of PWM / Servos.
Using one of the most popular styles of microcontrollers, this brainboard add-on replaces the standard discrete-logic brain with an established, powerful microcontroller! For use on select products.
Why use cut telephone wires when you can use these great male-to-male 150mm jumper wires?
This is the Feather 32u4 Basic Proto, it has a bunch of prototyping space built right in.
Why use cut telephone wires when you can use these great male-to-male 300mm jumper wires?
Feather M0 Development Board - Thin, Light, Powerful!
PJRC did it again! Arduino compatible, 32bit, and a 180MHz ARM Cortex M4!
Why use cut telephone wires when you can use these great 150mm jumper wires?
This Sumovore add-on brainboard replaces the standard discrete logic brain with a powerful, programmable microcontroller! (Requires host product)
This board can do it all - break out the Synapse RF module pins, give you a USB port/FTDI chip to program, supply it with a regulated 3.3V, integrate a reset switch (for updating & erasing), and also give you mounting options.
The ESP-01 is a great wifi / IoT / Arduino "chewing gum" piece of technology, but programming it is a bit of a technical issue. Fix that with this inexpensive programmer module.
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