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  • 36mm Square 12V Digital RGB LED Pixels Strand of 20 WS2801 Waterproof IP66 ()

    36mm Square 12V Digital RGB LED Pixel String

    RGB Pixels are digitally-controllable lights you can set to any color, or animate. Each metal 'pixel square' contains 4 RGB LEDs and a controller chip soldered to a PCB. The pixel is then 'flooded' with epoxy to make it waterproof. These are fairly large pixels but they have a couple of nice mounting options, such as two metal flanges on the side and a self-adhesive backing layer. They're typically used to make outdoor signs. Compared to our other LED dots, these are much bigger and much brighter, good for larger scale installations.

    They are waterproof and can be used outside.

    The pixels are connected by a 4-conductor cable. +12VDC (Red), Ground (Yellow), Data (Green) and Clock (Blue). Data is shifted down from one pixel to the next so that you can easily cut the strand or attach more onto the end.

    Each dot is digitally controlled, with an internal 8-bit PWM LED driver (24-bit color for 16 million different shades). The pixels must be clocked by a microcontroller, we have an example code linked below that works on an Arduino, it should be simple to adapt it to any other microcontroller.

    The pixels use 4 x 5050 RGB LEDs, with a 120 degree beam width. All of the LEDs are controlled at once so you cannot have one pixel with the four LEDs different colors. (Color control is per single square 4-LED pixel only) The total max brightness of all LEDs is about 6000mcd. (Please note: mcd ratings of LEDs are notoriously inflated by most LED sellers, so be extra-skeptical when reviewing LED ratings!)

    Sold by the strand, each strand has 20 pixels in series! Each strand has two JST SM 3-pin connectors so you can connect multiple strands in a row, as many as you wish, just watch for how much current they want. The two power wires are brought out separately to make wiring easier, a 2.1mm terminal block adapter is handy here to attach a DC power supply. We have a 12V/5A supply that should be able to drive 2 or more strands (depending on current use). The LEDs are constant-current driven so you'll have even colors through-out the strand as long as you have a stable 12V supply

    You can drive these with an Arduino using any two microcontroller digital pins, check this library which also has example code to demonstrate the strands and be sure to read Adafruit's detailed tutorial on usage!

    You can also download the FastSPI library and our Chaser.ino sketch. Connect the Data wire (check colour above) to Pin 11 and Clock to Pin 13 as well as Power and Ground
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  • Adafruit CC3000 WiFi Breakout with Onboard Ceramic Antenna (#1469)
    For years we've seen all sorts of microcontroller-friendly WiFi modules but none of them were really Adafruit-worthy. Either they were too slow, or too difficult to use, or required signing an NDA, or had limited functionality, or too expensive, or too large. So we shied away from carrying any general purpose microcontroller-friendly WiFi boards.

    NO LONGER!

    The CC3000 hits that sweet spot of usability, price and capability. It uses SPI for communication (not UART!) so you can push data as fast as you want or as slow as you want. It has a proper interrupt system with IRQ pin so you can have asynchronous connections. It supports 802.11b/g, open/WEP/WPA/WPA2 security, TKIP & AES. A built in TCP/IP stack with a "BSD socket" interface. TCP and UDP in both client and server mode, up to 4 concurrent sockets. It does not support "AP" mode, it can connect to an access point but it cannot be an access point.

    We wrapped this little silver modules in a tidy breakout board. It has an onboard 3.3V regulator that can handle the 350mA peak current, and a level shifter to allow 3 or 5V logic level. The antenna layout is identical to TI's suggested layout and we're using the same components, trace arrangement, and antenna so the board maintains its FCC emitter compliance (you'll still need to perform FCC validation for a finished product, but the WiFi part is taken care of). Even though it's got an onboard antenna we were pretty surprised at the range, as good as a smartphone's.

    Each order comes with one fully assembled and tested breakout and a small stick of header you can use to solder in and plug into a breadboard. We don't have a detailed tutorial yet but to get you started, we've got a fully working Arduino library that is based off of TI's codebase but adapted for use with the AVR. We also have example code showing how to scan the SSID's, connect to your access point and run DHCP, do a DNS lookup to IP address, ping a site and connect to a remote TCP socket such as a website and print out the page.

    Please note the hardware is good, but the library code does not yet support all of the CC3000's functionality. SSID scanning, connection, DHCP, DNS lookup, ping, and UDP/TCP client connections (eg connect to a website and grab data) all work and are tested with example code. UDP/TCP server connections are not supported yet! Check out our tutorial for wiring and Arduino library downloads

    For use with Arduino Uno & Mega only at this time - we'll try to get the code ported to the Leonardo/Due at some point but no ETA.
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    £20.80
  • Adafruit CC3000 WiFi Shield with Onboard Ceramic Antenna (#1491)
    For years we've seen all sorts of microcontroller-friendly WiFi modules but none of them were really Adafruit-worthy. Either they were too slow, or too difficult to use, or required signing an NDA, or had limited functionality, or too expensive, or too large. So we shied away from creating or developing a WiFi Arduino shield.

    NO LONGER!

    The CC3000 hits that sweet spot of usability, price and capability. It uses SPI for communication (not UART!) so you can push data as fast as you want or as slow as you want. It has a proper interrupt system with IRQ pin so you can have asynchronous connections. It supports 802.11b/g, open/WEP/WPA/WPA2 security, TKIP & AES. A built in TCP/IP stack with a "BSD socket" interface. TCP and UDP in both client and server mode, up to 4 concurrent sockets. It does not support "AP" mode, it can connect to an access point but it cannot be an access point.

    We carefully wrapped this little silver module into an Arduino shield. We also added a microSD socket and a reset button. It has an onboard 3.3V regulator that can handle the 350mA peak current, and a level shifter to allow 3 or 5V logic level. The antenna layout is identical to TI's suggested layout and we're using the same components, trace arrangement, and antenna so the board maintains its FCC emitter compliance (you'll still need to perform FCC validation for a finished product, but the WiFi part is taken care of). Even though it's got an onboard antenna we were pretty surprised at the range, as good as a smartphone's.

    Each order comes with one fully assembled and tested shield, some male header for attaching it to an Arduino and a 2x3 female header that you can use to plug it into the ICSP port of a Mega. We don't have a detailed tutorial yet but to get you started, we've got a fully working Arduino library that is based off of TI's codebase but adapted for use with the AVR. We also have example code showing how to scan the SSID's, connect to your access point and run DHCP, do a DNS lookup to IP address, ping a site and connect to a remote TCP socket such as a website and print out the page.

    Please note the hardware is good, but the library code does not yet support all of the CC3000's functionality. SSID scanning, connection, DHCP, DNS lookup, ping, and UDP/TCP client connections (eg connect to a website and grab data) all work and are tested with example code. UDP/TCP server connections are not supported yet! Check out our tutorial for wiring and Arduino library downloads

    For use with Arduino Uno & Mega only at this time - we'll try to get the code ported to the Leonardo/Due at some point but no ETA.


     
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    £29.95
  • Bluefruit EZ-Key 12 Input Bluetooth HID Keyboard Controller v1.2 (#1535)
    Create your own wireless Bluetooth keyboard controller in an hour with the Bluefruit EZ-Key: it's the fastest, easiest and bestest Bluetooth controller. We spent years learning how to develop our own custom Bluetooth firmware, and coupled with our own BT module hardware, we've created the most Maker-friendly wireless you can get!

    This breakout acts just like a BT keyboard, and works great with any BT-capable device: Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS, and Android. Power the module with 3-16VDC, and pair it to the computer, tablet or phone just as you would any other BT device. Now you can connect buttons from the 12 input pins, when a button is pressed, it sends a keypress to the computer. We pre-program the module to send the 4 arrow keys, return, space, 'w', 'a', 's', 'd', '1' and '2' by default. Advanced users can reprogram the module's keys using an FTDI or other Serial console cable, for any HID key report they desire.

    You can pair multiple Bluefruits to a single device, each one has a unique identifier. These modules are FCC & CE certified and are RoHS-compliant so they are easy to integrate into your project.

    If you want to have better control over the data sent, connect a microcontroller to the RX pin at 3-5V logic level, 9600 baud, and send ASCII data: it will be 'typed out' character by character. We also have support for various non-printable characters such as ESC, Shift, F1-F12, etc. as well as toggling the virtual keyboard on iOS.

    Warning! Your computer/tablet/phone must have Bluetooth v2.1 or higher Many low-cost Bluetooth USB modules are v2.0 only (that's why it was $5!) Anything built in the last 5 years with built-in BT is OK, including all Macs and iOS devices, but if you have to add BT to your desktop machine with a USB adapter, please make sure you have a v4.0 adapter, since that will definitely work!

    For more details, tutorials and information check the EZ-Key tutorial

    New in v1.1 we've made Bluefruit EZ-Key even better, you can now map keys to mouse button clicks and mouse movement (up/down/left/right) as well as send mouse commands over the UART. We also now have 'over the air' remapping, no Serial cable required to re-map the pins! v1.2 adds support for multimedia keys such as "volume up" and "play/pause"
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    £14.15
  • Solderless Breadboard - 400 Tie-point Quad Power Rails (BBD400)
    An excellent breadboard with 400 tie-points (holes for connection) and dual power rails down each side.

    In the main area, each row is marked from 1 to 30 and each column from a to j

    This breadboard is module so you can connect end-to-end or side-to-side to build a much larger array
    • Colour: White
    • Size: 83 x 55mm
    • Number of connections: 400
    • Number of distribution rails: 4
    • Backing: Self-adhesive
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    £2.75
  • Solderless Breadboard - MB102 830 Tie-point Quad Power Rails (BBD830)
    An excellent breadboard with 830 tie-points (holes for connection) and dual power rails down each side (Note that other companies advertise this as 840 tie-points - not sure why as it only has 830)

    In the main area, each row is marked from 1 to 63 and each column from a to j

    This breadboard is module so you can connect end-to-end or side-to-side to build a much larger array
    • Colour: White
    • Size: 166 x 55mm
    • Number of connections: 830
    • Number of distribution rails: 4
    • Backing: Self-adhesive
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    £3.75
  • Mini Solderless Breadboard - 170 Tie-point - Single (BBD170)
    Our smallest solderless breadboard with 170 tie-points (holes for connection). These are an ideal size for fitting on the front of our mini Pan/Tilt system.

    This is arranged as 17 rows of 5 connections down each side of a central area.

    The breadboards are modular and have clips down each side allowing them to be clipped together
    • Colours: Choose one of: White, Black, Red, Yellow, Green, Blue
    • Size: 45 x 35mm
    • Number of connections: 170
    • Number of distribution rails: 0
    • Backing: Self-adhesive
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    £1.50
  • ABS Mounting Plate (Initio deck) 180 x 120mm (BBDHOLD)
    Mounting Board with Breadboard for Arduino or Raspberry Pi
    • A great way to mount your Arduino or Raspberry Pi with a half-size breadboard
    • Ideal for GPIO experiments on Raspberry Pi as well as all types of experiments with Arduino
    • This is our universal baseplate, injected moulded from tough, black ABS
    • Breadboard Optional
    • Supports Arduino Uno, Leonardo, Mega2560, Due, Yun as well as Raspberry Pi (Rev B with mounting holes)
      • NB. For Raspberry Pi you should use an offset standoff (included) for the central mounting hole
    • Size 180 x 120mm

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    £2.45
  • Adafruit Monochrome 1.3" 128x64 OLED Graphic Display (ADA938)

    Monochrome 1.3" 128x64 OLED graphic display

    This is slightly larger than the more common 0.9" version, but otherwise identical in function

    These displays are still small, only about 1.3" diagonal, but very readable due to the high contrast of an OLED display. This display is made of 128x64 individual white OLED pixels, each one is turned on or off by the controller chip. Because the display makes its own light, no backlight is required. This reduces the power required to run the OLED and is why the display has such high contrast; we really like this miniature display for its crispness!

    The driver chip, SSD1306 can communicate in two ways: I2C or SPI. The OLED itself require a 3.3V power supply and 3.3V logic levels for communication, but we include a 3.3V regulator and all pins are fully level shifted so you can use with 5V devices!

    The power requirements depend a little on how much of the display is lit but on average the display uses about 40mA from the 3.3V supply. Built into the OLED driver is a simple switch-cap charge pump that turns 3.3v-5v into a high voltage drive for the OLEDs.

    Adafruit have a detailed tutorial and example code in the form of an Arduino library for text and graphics. You'll need a microcontroller with more than 1K of RAM since the display must be buffered. The library can print text, bitmaps, pixels, rectangles, circles and lines. It uses 1K of RAM since it needs to buffer the entire display but its very fast! The code is simple to adapt to any other microcontroller.
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    £19.95
  • DFRobot Insect Bot - Arduino-based Complete Kit (DFRINSECT)
    The Insect Bot mini is an easy to assemble robot for young engineers from 6 to 100 years. With assembling this robot you will learn the basic robotics in terms of how all the components work together. There is a microcontroller which is working as the robot brain and two servo motors for the movement. The IR sensor on it's head will act as an eye to detect obstacles in front. The programming can be done by simply connecting the Beetle controller with the USB port on your computer. It is the best way to start building robot on Arduino.



    Assembling parts

    The brain of Insectbot is "world’s smallest Leonardo", a.k.a. Beetle. It is ideal for DIY projects, wearable projects and etc. Its body is made up of two 9-gram servos powered by a rechargable 3.7V LiPo battery. Its eyes are an infrared sensor to detect obstacles. It requires no special tools except a soldering iron, scissors, screwdriver, pliers. You can decorate your Insectbot Mini to give him a unique, cute or funny Christmas outfit. We also provide a step-by-step instruction to help you assemble it.

    Beetle and Beetle Shield

     

    Programming for Insectbot

    We provide 3 programming languages for you such as Ardublock, Mind+ and Arduino IDE. For beginners, you can program it simply by dragging and dropping pre-designed blocks visa visual programming softwares Ardublock and Mind+. For advanced DIYers, you also modify Arduino IDE for your liking.

    Programming Insectbot with Ardublock

     

    Programming Insectbot with Arduino IDE 

     

    Part list:

    • 1x    Beetle (Arduino compatible)
    • 1x    Beetle Shield
    • 2x    9g Micro Servo
    • 1x    Sharp IR Sensor
    • 1x    LiPo Battery 3.7V/ 180mAh + Charger
    • 2x    Steel Wire 200mm x 1 mm
    • 1x    ABS Sheet (50x50mm)
    • 1x    Double Sided Foam Tape(L/W/H:40x30x3mm)
    • 5x    Cable Tie 1.8x100mm
    • 1x    Cable Tie 4x200mm

     

    Document

     
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  • HC-06 Slave Bluetooth RF 2.4GHz Transceiver for Arduino (BTHC-06)
    HC-06 Bluetooth Slave Module (v1.05)
    • On-board voltage regulator allows use from 3.3V to 6V (7V absolute maximum)
    • Replace serial communication to PC or Android device with a wireless interface
    • Module Size: 35 x 15mm (excluding connector pins)
    • Plug directly into a breadboard, or use the 4 Male-Female wires provided
    • Basic module is ready-mounted on a breakout board so you can access the pins easily
    • Useful link >HERE<






     

     

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    £7.75
  • Adafruit Flora Accelerometer LSM303 (#1247)
    Add motion and direction sensing to your wearable FLORA project with this high precision 3-axis Accelerometer+Compass sensor. Inside are two sensors, one is a classic 3-axis accelerometer, which can tell you which direction is down towards the Earth (by measuring gravity) or how fast the board is accelerating in 3D space. The other is a magnetometer that can sense where the strongest magnetic force is coming from, generally used to detect magnetic north. By combining this data you can then orient yourself.

    We based this sensor on the latest version of this popular sensor, the LSM303DLHC. The sensor has a digital (I2C) interface. Attaching it to the FLORA is simple: line up the sensor so its adjacent to the SDA/SCL pins and sew conductive thread from the 3V, SDA, SCL and GND pins. They line up perfectly so you will not have any crossed lines. You can only connect one of these sensors to your FLORA, but you can connect other I2C sensors/outputs by using the set of SCL/SDA pins on the opposite side.

    Get started with the FLORA Accelerometer with our guide on the Adafruit Learning System! It uses the same Arduino library as our conventional form LSM303 breakout. The example and library code will work 'out of the box' with FLORA. Simply download our library and connect the 3V/SCL/SDA/GND pins, install the library properly and upload our test program to read out accelerometer and magnetic field data.

    These boards are only 16mm diameter
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  • CP2102 USB to Serial Converter Programming Cable for Arduino with DTR Output for AutoReset & USB Cable (CP2102)

    CP2102 USB to Serial Converter Module with USB Cable

    THIS HAS BEEN REPLACED BY CH340G MODULE

     

    This module is ideal for programming any DIY Arduino such as used in our Stepper Bot, PicoBot and forthcoming Arduino compatible products.

    The DTR output should be connected to the reset pin of the ATMega chip via a 100nF capacitor (included)


    Contents:
    • CP2102 Module with DTR output
    • USB A Male-Female cable
    • Female-Female Dupont wires to connect the module to your board
    • 100nF capacitor for use with Arduino reset
    • Download drivers from >>HERE<<
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    £2.95
  • Shield stacking headers for Arduino (R3 Compatible) (#85)
    Use these to stack shields on your Arduino! These are standard 6-pin, 8-pin and 10-pin 0.1" spacing female headers...with a twist! The pins are extra long which means you can use these to stack shields! The legs are 10.5mm (0.42") long, so after the PCB thickness (1.7mm/0.07") you have a height of 8.8mm (0.35"). Comes in a package of one 2x3-pin header, 2 x 8-pin headers, 2 x 6-pin headers and 1 x 10-pin header for full compatibility with shields designed for Arduino R3 & Leonardo.

    Please note, not all shields use the 10-pin connector or 2x3 connector stacking header. For shields that do not use the 10-pin header, use the 2x6 and 2x8 headers.

    Some experimentation might be necessary. Some examples:
    • You can stack on top of a Proto Shield, but not if there is a breadboard on it
    • You can stack on top of a Motor Shield, make sure you bend the electrolytic capacitors before you solder them in, so that they lay flat against the PCB
    • You can stack on top of a Wave, NFC/RFID, or GPS shield with no problems
    • You can stack on top of an Ethernet shield, but you'll need two sets of headers to clear the Ethernet jack.
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    £1.65
  • Arduino I2C LCD Shield Kit w/ 16x2 Character Display Blue & White (#772)
    This new Adafruit shield makes it easy to use a 16x2 Character LCD, making it easier for people to get these LCD into their projects. Adafruit devised a shield that lets you control a 16x2 Character LCD, up to 3 backlight pins AND 5 keypad pins using only the two I2C pins on the Arduino! The best part is you don't really lose those two pins either, since you can stick i2c-based sensors, RTCs, etc and have them share the I2C bus. This is a super slick way to add a display without all the wiring hassle.

    This shield is perfect for when you want to build a stand-alone project with its own user interface. The 4 directional buttons plus select button allows basic control without having to attach a bulky computer.

    The shield is designed for 'classic' Arduinos such as the Uno, Duemilanove, Diecimilla, etc. It uses the I2C pins at Analog 4 and Analog 5. It will also work perfectly with Arduino Mega R3's which have the extra SDA/SCL I2C pins broken out. Earlier Mega's have the I2C pins in a different location and will require you to solder two wires from the I2C pins on the shield and plug them into the different I2C locations at Digital 20 & 21.

    This product comes as a kit! Included is a high quality, USA-made PCB and all the components (buttons, header etc). This product comes with a 16x2 Blue & White LCD. Assembly is easy, even if you've never soldered before and the kit can be completed in 30 minutes. Check the product tutorial page for assembly instructions before purchasing

    Of course, Adafruit even wrote an easy-to-use Arduino library that you can easily add to your project. It acts just like the built in LiquidCrystal library, but automatically uses the shield pins. You can also easily query the 5 keypad buttons to get input through the library, so you get extra buttons without using any more pins. The buttons are automatically de-bounced inside the library.

    At this time, the library and shield can control the backlight of our character LCDs by turning the LED on or off. There is no support for PWM control of the backlight at this time, so if you need to have more granular control of the backlight, this shield can't do that (the I2C expander does not have PWM output).
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    £15.95
  • DS18B20 Waterproof Temperature Sensor - Arduino or Raspberry Pi (DS18B20P)
    Waterproof DS18B20 Temperature Sensor
    • One wire technology
    • Stainless steel probe
    • Cable length: 1m
    • Black, Red, Yellow -> Ground, Power, Signal
    • Flexible power supply 3 - 5V
    • Unique 1-Wire® Interface Requires Only One Port Pin for Communication
    • Each Device has a Unique 64-Bit Serial Code Stored in an On-Board ROM
    • Multidrop Capability Simplifies Distributed Temperature-Sensing Applications
    • Requires No External Components
    • Can Be Powered from Data Line; Power Supply Range is 3.0V to 5.5V
    • Measures Temperatures from -55°C to +125°C (-67°F to +257°F)
    • ±0.5°C Accuracy from -10°C to +85°C
    • Thermometer Resolution is User Selectable from 9 to 12 Bits
    • Converts Temperature to 12-Bit Digital Word in 750ms (Max)
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    £2.70
  • Nokia 5110 LCD Module Monochrome Display Screen 84 x 48 for Arduino PIC etc (NOKLCD)

    Nokia 5110 LCD Module for Arduino


    This is a low-cost monochrome LCD module comprised of 84x48 pixels that can be used to display rich graphic and text content. Though it’s an industrial module, this LCD display is extremely easy to use. This module is a revision that accepts 3-5V input. So no extra level shifter is needed. To have full control, you just need 5 pins. And as a classic display module among open source communities, there are handful related tutorials available over the Internet. So there is no need to panic even if you just got your foot in the door. 
     
    Because the Nokia 5110 LCD module has been discontinued, this product is a refurbished screen. Blemishes may exist. Please be aware of that.
     
    Features
    • Classic display for learning with bunch of tutorials
    • Adequate for general projects
    • Low cost
     
    Specifications
    • Input voltage: 3-5V
    • Size: 1.6”
    • Pixels: 84 x 48
    • Backlight: blue

    Resources
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    £4.15
  • 3 x AAA Battery Holder with On/Off Switch and 2-Pin JST (BBOX3)
    This battery holder connects 3 AAA batteries together in series for powering all kinds of projects. We spec'd these out because the box is slim, and 3 AAA's add up to about 3.3-4.5V, a very similar range to Lithium Ion/polymer (Li-Ion) batteries and have an on-off switch. That makes them ideal for use with 3.3V projects that have a 2-pin JST connector such as Flora

    Fits any standard AAA battery. When using rechargeable NiMH the output voltage will range from about 3.7V with charged batteries to 2.7V at the end of life with a nominal voltage of 3.6V. When using alkalines, the output will range from 4.6V with new batteries to 3.3V at the end of life with a nominal voltage of about 4.5V
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    £1.95
  • Adafruit Stainless Thin Conductive Thread - 2 ply - 23 meter/76 ft (ADA-THRD2)
    Adafruit 2-Ply Conductive Thread

    After months of searching, we finally have what we consider to be the ultimate conductive thread. It's thin, strong, smooth, and made completely of 316L stainless steel.

    Once you start working with this thread you'll quickly agree its optimal for any wearables work! This thread is 2 ply, a little thicker than every day polyester or cotton thread but still thin enough to be sewn by hand in medium-eye needles or with a sewing machine that can handle 'heavy' thread.

    Because it is strong and smooth, its ideal for any wearable/e-textile project. It also has fairly low resistivity, 16 ohms per foot so you can use it to drive LEDs and other electronic components that use under ~50mA. Because it is made of stainless steel fibers, it will not oxidize like silver does: your projects will not 'stop working' because of oxidation after a few months and its safe to wash.

    However, this thread is a little 'stiff', it feels a little like 'waxed thread' and is not ideal for making iPhone-compatible gloves
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    £5.80
  • Mini Solderless Breadboards - 170 Tie-point - Pack of 6 (BBD170)
    Pack of 6 Breadboards - One of Each Colour

    Our smallest solderless breadboards with 170 tie-points (holes for connection). These are an ideal size for fitting on the front of our mini Pan/Tilt system.

    This is arranged as 17 rows of 5 connections down each side of a central area.

    The breadboards are modular and have clips down each side allowing them to be clipped together
    • Colours, one of each included:  White, Black, Red, Yellow, Green, Blue
    • Size: 45 x 35mm
    • Number of connections: 170
    • Number of distribution rails: 0
    • Backing: Self-adhesive
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    £7.50
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