The popular development board and all its shields, cases, and accessories.


Add some sound to your next project with MP3 boards, synthesizers, breakouts and more.


Grab a book and teach yourself something new.

Breakout Boards

If you need to prototype something, breakout boards are the perfect shortcut to get up and running quickly.


From USB, audio, video, or general prototyping cables; here you can find all you need to get your devices connected together.


Buttons, switches, LEDs, and all the other general parts you need to build your next creation.

Dings and Dents

Anything that doesn't get sold as a product usually ends up here. Bare PCBs, scrapped builds, or one-off products can be found here.


Get your bulk-packed classroom materials here.


Get accurate positioning information with the help of GPS.

Intel® Edison

The Intel Edison is an ultra small computing platform that will change the way you look at embedded electronics.


Internet of Things! Electronics, sensors, and connectivity for you to exchange data between your devices and other sources.


Learn how to solder, program, and more with our kits.


Add a graphic interface with a color or monochrome LCD.


All the parts necessary to prototype your design.

Raspberry Pi

Cases, accessories, and everything you need for your Pi.


Get moving with robotics. Wheels, motors, controllers, and all things mechatronic.


Detect your environment with various sensors. Motion, sound, vision, temperature, and more.


Show off your inner geek with SparkFun swag.


Get building with hand tools, soldering irons, and power supplies.


Wearable electronics and materials.


Need a board for a specific application? Check out or SparkFun widgets.


Cut the cord and communicate wirelessly.


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Recent Product Comments

How much current can pass through it? I need 1 - 3 amps.
To verify if it works would require a VNA( and check it’s scaterring parrameters…
There is an LNA in it to increase the gain. Peak gain is 31 dB for the LNA and 3dBi for the antenna. For a result of 34 dB in best of cases.
Could I use this to send Morse Code to a handheld radio that receives 434 MHZ? If so how?
I believe the answer is yes, but might depend on internal wiring, but can someone verify if these (and maybe the other panels SparkFun…
Probably not; some of the implementation is aimed at the Atmega processor family.
Will the library that comes with this board work with a Teensy?
Does anyone have a CAD file for this servo, that would definitely help with my use of the servo.
EDIT: Updated wishlist is in the comment from MikeGrusin