Miniature Single Pull Single Throw switches. These are high quality Omron type B3F momentary on switches. This switch has a very large 13mm tall button. Perfect as an embedded switch behind an enclosure wall. Rated up to 50mA.
This is a standard 12mm square momentary button. What we really like is the large button head and good tactile feel (it lsquo;click rsquo; really well). This button is great for user input on a PCB or a good, big reset button on a breadboard. Breadboard friendly!
This is a cute half size breadboard which has 400 tie-points, is great for small projects. it\'s 2.2" x 3.4" (5.5cm x 8.2cm) with a standard double-strip (300pts) in the middle and two power rails (100pts) on both sides. You can pull the power rails off easily to make the breadboard as thin as 1.4" (3.5cm) and stick it onto your Raspberry Pi. You...
Miniature Single Pull Single Throw switches. These are high quality Omron type B3F momentary on switches. This switch has a very large 5mm tall button. Perfect as an embedded switch behind an enclosure wall. Rated up to 50mA.
We all know that you can never get too many LEDs. Don\'t worry, we\'ve got you covered. This is a pack of basic red, yellow, blue and green 5mm LEDs (5 of each) all conveniently packaged in a nice reusable ESD safe bag.
Testing surface-mount components with standard test leads is anything but easy. Everyone has their own method: some people tackle it with teamwork and have a friend (or grad student) hold the probes, some people have adapted a sort of chopsticks-like technique, but the best way by far is probably just to buy these handy tweezer probes! Tweezer probes...
LEDs - those blinky things. A must have for power indication, pin status, opto-electronic sensors, and fun blinky displays.
This is a very basic 5mm LED with a yellow lens. It has a typical forward voltage of 2.0V and a rated forward current of 20mA.