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LaserPING 2m Rangefinder

Title:
LaserPING 2m Rangefinder
Product ID:
28041
Price:$29.99
The LaserPING 2m Rangefinder is a near-infrared, time-of-flight (TOF) distance sensor designed to be circuit- and code-compatible with PING))) Ultrasonic Distance Sensor applications.

STEM Sensor Class Pack for BlocklyProp

Title:
STEM Sensor Class Pack for BlocklyProp
Product ID:
32024
List price:$1,686.00
Price:$1,495.00
You save:$191.00
The STEM Sensor Class Pack for BlocklyProp provides 12 classroom-ready sets of popular sensors as a companion to the Propeller development boards in your ActivityBot 360° Robot Kits or Propeller FLiP Try-it Kits. Students can apply their new skills to create their own real-world projects.

Security Project Class Pack for BlocklyProp

Title:
Security Project Class Pack for BlocklyProp
Product ID:
32025
List price:$1,863.00
Price:$1,695.00
You save:$168.00
The Security Project Class Pack includes 12 classroom-ready sets of companion devices for the Propeller development boards in your ActivityBot 360° Robot Kits or Propeller FLiP Try-it Kits. The devices are also supported by BASIC Stamp 2 example code for schools using the BS2 Board of Education or...

Aluminum Stand Kit for LaserPING Rangefinder

Title:
Aluminum Stand Kit for LaserPING Rangefinder
Product ID:
725-28041
Price:$8.99
This quality machined aluminum stand securely mounts your LaserPING 2m Rangefinder on your project. Ideal for robotics, the stand will mount the sensor above the floor to reduce surface reflection readings while protecting the sensor for most collisions. A notch in the bottom of the stand allows a...

2N3906 PNP Transistor

Title:
2N3906 PNP Transistor
Product ID:
500-00003
Price:$0.30
The 2N3906 is one of the most commonly used general purpose PNP transistors in electronics. It is the same type included with the Propeller FLiP Try-it Kit. We recommend it for through-hole PCB and breadboard prototyping as well as for BASIC Stamp 2 OEM applications.

2N3904 NPN Transistor

Title:
2N3904 NPN Transistor
Product ID:
500-00001
Price:$0.30
The 2N3904 is one of the most commonly used general purpose NPN transistors in electronics. It is the same type included with the Propeller FLiP Try-it Kit. We recommend it for through-hole PCB and breadboard prototyping as well as for BASIC Stamp 2 OEM applications.

PowerPal Selectable Voltage 3-Amp Breadboard Power Supply

Title:
PowerPal Multi-Voltage 3 Amp Module
Product ID:
32133
List price:$19.99
Price:$15.99
You save:$4.00
The PowerPal is a breadboard-friendly, multi-voltage 3A power supply manager module to use with a battery pack or wall-mount supply. Ideal for the Propeller FLiP Try-it Kit!

JTAGulator

Title:
JTAGulator
Product ID:
32115
Price:$169.00
JTAGulator is an open source hardware tool that assists in identifying on-chip debug interfaces from test points, vias, or component pads on a target device. Such interfaces can provide chip-level control of a target device and are particularly useful for engineers, researchers, and hackers to extract program code or data, modify memory contents, or affect device operation on-the-fly. Manually locating connections is a difficult and time consuming task requiring special engineering techniques and skill; the JTAGulator simplifies this process.

BME680 Environmental Sensor

Title:
BME680 Environmental Sensor
Product ID:
28061
Price:$29.99
Raise your project's environmental awareness with the BME680. The Bosch Sensortec BME680 Integrated Environmental Unit combines a gas sensor with air pressure, humidity, and ambient air temperature sensing functions within a single package for high performance air quality measurement. Parallax Inc...

LSM9DS1 9-axis IMU Module

Title:
LSMDS1 9-axis IMU
Product ID:
28065
Price:$24.99
Need to know if your robot is climbing a hill? Trying to orient your quadcopter? The LSM9DS1 9-axis motion sensor module can be used to measure three aspects of an object’s motion in three axes: linear acceleration, angular velocity, and magnetic field strength. It works fast, uses very little power, and can be powered from both 3.3V and 5V microcontrollers.

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