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A fully assembled surface mount Arduino-compatible.
These nifty little devices will allow you to pull power easily from a USB port!
With a 2 meter (6.6') micro-USB connector, this power supply is ideal for powering single-board computers like the Raspberry Pi.
Need a USB/DC method to charge your Lithium Polymer battery? This Adafruit charger is a tidy solution!
Looking for a portable USB device charger, like for an iPod, Zune, or similar portable electronic device? The MintyBoost is a fun kit that lets you recharge on the fly, from a pair of normal AA cells!
Small robots need small power sources, and this little 3.7V, 170mAh LiPoly unit from Seeed Studio is one of the smallest batteries we carry.
This is the fastest legged robot commercially available, travelling at an amazing 1 foot per second!
This LiPo is a hardy little battery pack. Kingmax managed to pack a constant discharge rate of 25C into this battery. This is an excellent choice for small projects that don't need a lot of voltage but need a burst of current.
3.7V 400mAh LiPoly battery with an excellent 2C discharge rate for small projects.
This high discharge LiPo is a great way to power any R/C, robotic, or portable project. This is an excellent choice for anything that requires a battery with a lot of punch.
The Synapse SNAPstick is designed to be a compact and easy way to connect a PC to a SNAP wireless network via your PC USB port.
The I2C-RTC board is a 6-pin CMOS Real-time Clock device using I2C bus. There are no external components required.
Build Your Own Electronics Workshop is a great resource for anyone interested in electronics.
A small, but very mighty power supply. This board was designed to be as small and inconspicuous as possible.
This is a VERY common regulated 12 VDC 2000mA output power supply used for many common gadgets.
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