Friday, June 21, 2013
Electronics Parts for Hobby - BGMicro
They also have a "BGMicro Virtual Sidewalk Sale" Here you will find items that are not regularly stocked products, very low quantity, purchased from excess inventory sources OR closeout specials which must be liquidated to make room for new products.
The tinyCylon is a preprogrammed LED sequencer with 5 red LEDs.
"The tinyCylon is a preprogrammed LED sequencer with 5 red LEDs. The multiple display modes include classic Cylon scanner, evil glowing eyes, malfunctioning/berserk robot and 8 other variations. Modes are selectable with the built in push button. PC board measures 1"x1". The battery holder is covered and includes an on/off switch."
3024 Lincoln Ct, Garland, Texas 75041, USA
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
SparkFun Electronics - Parts and Kits
SparkFun is an online retail store that sells the bits and pieces to make your electronics projects possible.
"It’s our fun blend of gift shop, electronic project gallery, and a glimpse into our manufacturing floor. The Emporium is stocked with kits, breakout boards, and many other bits and pieces you might need for your projects."
Tool Kit - Deluxe
Digital Multimeter - Good volt/current meter, with continuity testing and a Monocle Magnifier - Illuminated - Gotta see those tiny SMD parts
50W Variable Temperature Soldering Iron, Solder Tip Tinner and Cleaner and Wick. Wire Strippers, Needle Nose Pliers and Diagonal Cutters.
6175 Longbow Drive Boulder, CO 80301, USA
Saturday, May 10, 2008
Velleman - Kits Tools and Equipment
- Velleman kits & oscilloscopes
- Transformers, coils & motors
- Semiconductors & sensors
- Passive components
- Batteries & chargers
- Adapters & power supplies
They have the Test bench tools, parts and also all the prototyping materials.
A Velleman Power Supply for the Test bench
Velleman Inc. 7354 Tower Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76118
Thursday, August 2, 2007
Greenweld - Surplus Electronics and Kits
Electronics Lab -
The fun way for children (or adults) to learn about electronics. This Electronics Lab contains all the parts and comprehensive illustrated instructions to enable you to assemble 130 educational experiments. Safe for children to use unaccompanied as it's battery powered and all the components are assembled using solderless terminals. Projects you can make include: AM radio, Intruder alarm, Electronic organ, Morse key, Kitchen timer and loads more . The Electronics Discovery Lab comes in a sturdy storage box so you won't lose any parts.
Discover Electricity -
These 3 fully-working models allow you to make an Electric Motor and a Door Bell and power them from the Electric Generator or batteries. Children will have fun building these kits and learning about the principles of electricity. Simple solderless construction makes it safe and suitable for ages 8 and up.
Thursday, July 26, 2007
Digital Infrared Motion Detector Module
Miniature micropower motion detector module uses a digital pyroelectric infrared sensor to detect a moving human or animal, operates on 4 to 15 volts and can directly drive a LED or relay. This module can be used with a FL40 or FL65 Fresnel lens or other types of lens.
A Glolab KIT consists of a PC board and parts that must be mounted on the board and soldered in place by a user. A manual with assembly instructions, schematic diagram and physical layout diagram is included with a kit. Other user supplied parts may be required in order for a kit to perform a specific function after it is assembled.
Basic Four Channel Wireless Transmitter and Receiver
These basic kits include the components needed to build a functioning wireless remote control system with only the addition of power sources and some wires.
The kits uses RF transmitter and receiver circuits that operate at 418 MHz with a range of up to 1000 feet. Thanks to these new modules the problems associated with building your own transmitter and receiver such as tuning by adjusting capacitors and inductors are things of the past.
Saturday, June 9, 2007
A supply store for people who want to build robots, electronic gadgets, kinetic art or anything else that moves, beeps or flashes.
The best way to learn electronics depends on your own personal learning style. Some people don't like starting anything without a thorough understanding of the underlying theory. The best starting point for this kind of learner is usually a good book such as those listed under Recommended Electronics Books in this section or in our complete Books section.
MakingThings provides software and electronics tools for people who create projects that interact with the physical world. A broad range of people use MakingThings products including artists, designers, students, musicians, hobbyists and engineers.
Using the Make Controller, you can:
- Control motors (stepper, servo, and DC)
- Switch lights
- Monitor Temperature
- Measure Distance
- Detect People
- Sense light
- Control things from your PC
The Make Controller Kit is an open source project - open firmware, schematics, and accompanying software tools. All products can be purchased directly from our online store, and can be shipped worldwide.