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Sparkfun

SparkfunWe are one of the first Authorised Sparkfun Distributor in the UK. As SparkFun UK distributors we stock a huge range of SparkFun items – boards; modules; individual components; kits; and of course development boards including the Arduino, the Netduino and the SparkFun Redboard. Simply choose your desired development platform and let your imagination run wild!

Do you need advice on how to use a SparkFun product? Give us a call or email us and we will spend time with you on the phone to check what best suits your needs.

Our catalog is syncronized every day with the SparkFun website data, if there's a new product in the SparkFun website it will automatically be added to our store.

As SparkFun has a huge catalog we are not able to keep everything in stock. On each SparkFun item that's not in stock, there's a message saying when our next order with them will be placed and, if you can wait,just place an order and it will be included in our next order from the USA.

 

We are currently ordering from SparkFun every 3 weeks however this time frame can be shortened if we have more orders for SparkFun products; the more you order, the less time you may need to wait for your items.

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    Let our failure be your creation. We've got quite a stack of coasters - these are PCBs that were retired because of hardware revisions and board changes. Probably because we never could get the board to work in the first place. So please, use these for any project you can think of - art, solder practice, drink coasters, etc. We look forward to giving them a happy home.
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    This is a simple 4-pack of momentary, multicolor buttons, great for all sorts of projects! This version of multicolor buttons do not have recessed actuators and instead have red, green, blue, and yellow caps to distinguish them from each other. The colored caps are removable and the buttons fit into breadboards.
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    Virtual reality is in, but you shouldn't have to drop hundreds of dollars to gain access to the technology behind it. Luckily, that's where the SparkFun VR IMU Breakout (with bad silk) comes in. At its heart is Bosch’s BNO080, a combination triple-axis accelerometer/gyro/magnetometer SiP, packaged with a 32-bit ARM Cortex M0+. The BNO080 Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) produces accurate rotation vector headings, excellently suited for VR and other heading applications, with a static rotation error of two degrees or less. The VR IMU is exactly what we’ve been waiting for: All the sensor data is combined and drift-corrected into meaningful, accurate IMU information. It’s perfect for any project that needs to sense orientation or motion. This IMU breakout board has also been equipped with two I2C Qwiic connectors, in order to make interfacing with the tiny, QFN package a bit easier. It’s part of SparkFun’s Qwiic connect system, so you won’t have to do any soldering to figure out how things are oriented. However, we still have broken out 0.1"-spaced pins in case you prefer to use a breadboard.
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    There are lots of trimpots out there. Some are very large, some so small they require a screwdriver. Here at SparkFun, we just needed a simple one that worked. This 100K trimmable potentiometer has a small knob built right in and it's breadboard friendly to boot! Perfect for your next LCD contrast adjuster, opamp setting, or volume level.
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    There are lots of trimpots out there. Some are very large, some so small they require a screwdriver. Here at SparkFun, we just needed a simple one that worked. This 100 Ohm trimmable potentiometer has a small knob built right in and it's breadboard friendly to boot! Perfect for your next LCD contrast adjuster, opamp setting, or volume level.
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    There are lots of trimpots out there. Some are very large, some so small they require a screwdriver. Here at SparkFun, we just needed a simple one that worked. This 2K trimmable potentiometer has a small knob built right in and it's breadboard friendly to boot! Perfect for your next LCD contrast adjuster, opamp setting, or volume level.
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    This is a basic 16 button keypad that has been designed for easy user input and functionality. The buttons are set up in a matrix format which allows a microcontroller to ‘scan’ the 8 output pins to see which of the 16 buttons is being pressed.
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    This is a simple two wire automotive cable. Each assembly has bare wires on both ends with a Molex A and B connector in the middle. With thinner 26 AWG wire, it’s better for applications that would not require the thickness of its 18AWG counterpart.
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    This is a Ding and Dent version of our Raspberry Pi B Block for the Intel® Edison. This block has headers pre-soldered on, which means we were not able to test the board at all due to the headers being attached. We cannot guarantee that this Edison Block even works, but we knew some of you out there would still love the opportunity to get your hands on it and experiment.
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    When you turn out as many widgets as we do, it isn't long before you end up with piles of worn out solder paste stencils. And when you're surrounded by used metal stencils, you start to find creative uses for them. After all, even after they've been rendered useless as a stencil, they're still perfectly good scraps of sheet metal. Some uses are practical: like using them as thermal shielding for hot air rework or using them to mask around smaller stencils; Some are less practical like polishing it up to use as a mirror... a really bad mirror, or trying to fold them into sheet-metal origami.