This is a simple board that no one really needs but it'sure comes in handy. If you've ever tried to hook up an FTDI to something only to realize you need to swap the TX and RX, maybe you could use this board. Sure, you can grab some jumper wires and make your own, but this little crossover board makes it much easier.
The board has a set of headers going in and a set going out. The TX and RX lines are swapped so you can connect it to a Bluetooth Mate and configure it without having to swap the pins coming from your FTDI.
Single row of 30-holes, female header with swiss round machined pins. These units have very high quality round pins to accept and retain machine pin headers much better. Can be cut to size with a pair of wire-cutters. Standard .1" spacing. We use them extensively in the Olimex development boards. They mate very well with break away headers.
This is a row of 40 break away headers spaced 0.1" apart with long pins on both sides. This header is especially useful when you need to connect a PCB to a solderless breadboard. Each header can be broken apart to your preference to fit custom PCBs or general custom headers.
We use barrel jacks a lot around here and sometimes we need to pop a switch into the mix. That usually means hacking up a perfectly good barrel jack extension cable, but the whole point of using the barrel jacks was so that we wouldn\'t have to hack things apart... Well, we found a solution: The Barrel Jack Power Switch.
it\'s a "soft touch" T18 RED knob that works great with our Panel Mount 10K and Panel Mount 100K potentiometers. The knob is designed to set directly on the potentiometer\'s ridges so it\'s an easy amp; secure fit. It has a nice feel, with a rubbery grip, tweaking it is quite fulfilling.
Finally, a way to get up to 8 same-address I2C devices hooked up to one microcontroller - this multiplexer acts as a gatekeeper, shuttling the commands to the selected set of I2C pins with your command.
Have you ever tried making a connection from your Raspberry Pi to a breadboard and had trouble finding the pin you need because nothing is labelled? Have you made mistakes matching a diagram of the pinout to the actual pins? Are you not making enough connections to use our amazing Pi Cobbler? Try the Raspberry Leaf!
The Fio v3 is a new spin on the Arduino Fio hardware powered by the ATmega32U4.Not only is it\'small and LiPo-ready, it\'s a very capable XBee-ready development board.
The JST-connector and 3.3v system voltage make this a great development tool for portable devices, simply plug in a Li-Poly battery and you\'re ready to go. Wireless sensor networks and...