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The PICAXE is a great chip, but the programming interface is a bit bizarre, using a 1/8" stereo jack. Last time we looked, breadboards didn't have stereo jacks... Good thing these adapters are available!
The 8-Pin and 14-Pin N-SOIC Adapter gives you the ability to program 8 & 14-pin N-SOIC package PICmicros.
The Phidget Vibration Sensor is a piezo deflection sensor for the Phidget 8/8/8.
This complete module is built upon the same technology as the ET-301, but includes on-board voltage regulation, LED status indicator, battery backed RAM, and a built-in patch antenna!
Speakers. That are ready to use, and easy to mount. DONE.
Use the NunChucky I2C Breakout Board Adapter to use your Wii Nunchuck controller in your own projects!
The Sharp line of analog infrared rangefinders are back, and with their usual high-level of noise and color immunity. These are great distance sensors that should be near the top of anybody's list for simple & effective obstacle detection!
A dramatic tale of two wires. One red. One black. Joined by a single female JST connector. Of destiny.
Brand new to PICAXE? Here's an all-in-one bundle to get you started from the ground-level using the PICAXE 28 and a USB Cable interface
The PICAXE Connect board lets you hook up a Digi XBee module or LocSense GPS module to your PICAXE or (using a MAX3232 chip) a computer.
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