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  1. Exc. VAT: £3.25 Inc. VAT: £3.90
    Add some serious data storage to your latest project with this 512Kbit (64KB) EEPROM. Some flash based microcontrollers (like the SAMD21) do not have EEPROM. Use the Qwiic EEPROM for storing things like GPS waypoints and other user settings that need to be maintained between sketch uploads. Qwiic EEPROM has 3 address jumpers, allowing for up to 8 EEPROMs on one bus.
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    The Miniature Atomic Clock (MAC) from Microsemi uses a rubidium laser to output an extremely accurate clock. We're speaking at the edge of our knowledge so please bear with us but the short-term stability (Allan Deviation) is ≤8*10-12. From Wikipedia on Atomic Clocks:
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    Flex sensors are great for telling how bent something is in a project, but we’ve been running into issues with durability when using them in wearable applications like gloves. The SparkFun Qwiic Flex Glove Controller isolates the weak point on each flex sensor to allow for more permanent applications. Essentially, this board allows you to incorporate flex sensors into a glove to control lighting, sound, and other effects making it perfect for wearable and e-textile applications! To make it even easier to use this controller, all communication is enacted exclusively via I2C, utilizing our handy Qwiic system. However, we still have broken out 0.1" spaced pins in case you prefer to use a breadboard.
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    This is the MindWave Mobile 2 from NeuroSky, an EEG headset that safely measures and transfers the power spectrum (alpha waves, beta waves, etc.) data via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) or Bluetooth Classic to wirelessly communicate with your computer, iOS, or Android device. Simply slip this headset on to see your brainwaves change in real time! With the MindWave Mobile 2 you can monitor your levels of attention and relaxation --- and even learn about how your brain responds to your favorite music. This headset is an excellent introduction to the world of brain-computer interface!
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    The SGP30 is an indoor air quality sensor equipped with an I2C interface. It outputs equivalent CO2 in ppm and Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC) in ppb. The sensor also gives access to its raw measurement values of Ethanol and H2.
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    This miniature straight bar load cell (sometimes called a strain gauge) can translate up to 100g of pressure (force) into an electrical signal. Each load cell is able to measure the electrical resistance that changes in response to, and proportional of, the strain (e.g. pressure or force) applied to the bar. With this gauge you will be able to tell just how heavy an object is, if an object's weight changes over time, or if you simply need to sense the presence of an object by measuring strain or load applied to a surface.
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    This miniature straight bar load cell (sometimes called a strain gauge) can translate up to 500g of pressure (force) into an electrical signal. Each load cell is able to measure the electrical resistance that changes in response to, and proportional of, the strain (e.g. pressure or force) applied to the bar. With this gauge you will be able to tell just how heavy an object is, if an object's weight changes over time, or if you simply need to sense the presence of an object by measuring strain or load applied to a surface.
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    This straight bar load cell (sometimes called a strain gauge) can translate up to 5kg of pressure (force) into an electrical signal. Each load cell is able to measure the electrical resistance that changes in response to, and proportional of, the strain (e.g. pressure or force) applied to the bar. With this gauge you will be able to tell just how heavy an object is, if an object's weight changes over time, or if you simply need to sense the presence of an object by measuring strain or load applied to a surface.
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    You may be familiar with ePaper or eInk displays from eReaders like the Kindle. This display is the next step up with three colors instead of the classic two. The displays really do seem like paper, with easy visibility from almost any angle and even in sunlight. It also features ultra low power consumption. You can even unplug the display entirely without losing your image! This display does take 31 seconds to refresh, but it is ideal for applications where information is updated infrequently, like a weather station or a high tech label.
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    You may be familiar with ePaper or eInk displays from eReaders like the Kindle. This display is the next step up with three colors instead of the classic two. The displays really do seem like paper, with easy visibility from almost any angle and even in sunlight. It also features ultra low power consumption. You can even unplug the display entirely without losing your image! This display does take 14 seconds to refresh, but it is ideal for applications where information is updated infrequently, like a weather station or a high tech label.