SparkX is back with a new NFC/RFID Tag, the FLIR Lepton Breakout V2 is now available on its own, and we have a new and better way to remove a U.FL-terminated cable.
Two new Basic Kits are now available for the NVIDIA Jetson Nano along with a new PureThermal camera from OpenMV!
For our last release of 2019, we have a new RPLIDAR from Slamtec, a new FLIR Dev Kit, four new cases for your Raspberry Pi 4 and two Zio Qwiic sensors. And a partridge in a pear tree.
Two new FLIR imaging products, a load of ways to easily hook up your LEDs and other optoelectronics, and a new USB cable.
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The announcement says "Tuesday, November 16th at 12:01 a.m. MST through Tuesday, November 24th at 11:59 p.m. MST" -- Uh, my calendar…
It sort of reminds me of the story about the teacher who asked the students to explain how to measure the height of the building using a…
Hey Rob, I really enjoyed your video about your candy throwing robot. What a great life you have!! Tis a privilege to live in Colorado! Keep…
Thanks for your comment! That's interesting to hear about how much variance LEDs used to have! I haven't actually tested how consistent our…
Hi Dryw! First, let me say that this is a really good idea! I wish I'd had this kit back in about 2013 when I was working at a small…
I'm really excited about SPE as a technology, especially when combined with IEEE1588 & PoDL, but man is it ever hard to find documentation…
Tools and cables are available from various vendors. Our partner on this project, Harting, has a range of tools, cables jacks. for our demo,…
SPE user "power-over-data-line" (PoDL) and supports 60W of power delivery.
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Thanks! I didn't really think that your sale was going to begin in 2033, and end in 2038 -- by my calculations (may be off), the next time…