Friday Product Post: GPS Logger

A brand new GPS Arduino shield, and the official release of our newest SIK!

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Welcome back, everyone! We have a smaller week of new products this Friday due to a lot of prepping for the next couple of weeks (and recovering from the Super Bowl). However, we do have a pretty large sale on Edison products happening right now! Don’t miss out because it ends at midnight MST tonight, 2/12. Without further ado, let’s check out the new products.

SparkFun GPS Logger Shield

SparkFun GPS Logger Shield

GPS-13750
$44.95
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The SparkFun GPS Logger Shield equips your Arduino with access to a GPS module, µSD memory card socket, and all of the other peripherals you’ll need to turn your Arduino into a position-tracking, speed-monitoring, altitude-observing wonder logger. The shield is based around a GP3906-TLP GPS Module – a 66-channel GPS receiver featuring a MediaTek MT3339 architecture and up to a 10Hz update rate. The GPS module will stream constant position updates over a simple TTL-level serial port, which you can then log to a µSD card and/or use for other purposes.

SparkFun Inventor's Kit for Intel® Edison

KIT-13742
2 Retired

Yesterday, for Thomas Edison’s birthday, we officially released the SparkFun Inventor’s Kit for Intel® Edison! No more pre-orders! This kit includes everything you need to complete 12 circuits that will teach you how to program the Intel® Edison using JavaScript and control various electronics. Whether you are new to electronics and JavaScript or are looking to take your skills to the next level, this kit is a great starting point.

And don’t miss the Edison Sale!

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - GPIO

DEV-13038
4 Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - Base

DEV-13045
16 Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - microSD

DEV-13041
3 Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - Power

DEV-13727
Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - Battery

DEV-13037
9 Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - Raspberry Pi B

DEV-13044
Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - OLED

DEV-13035
Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - I2C

DEV-13034
Retired

SparkFun Starter Pack for Intel® Edison

KIT-13276
12 Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - ADC

DEV-13327
Retired

SparkFun Interface Pack for Intel® Edison

KIT-13738
Retired

Intel® Edison and Mini Breakout Kit

DEV-13025
6 Retired

SparkFun Open Power Starter Pack for Intel® Edison

KIT-13778
Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - 9 Degrees of Freedom

DEV-13033
11 Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - Arduino

DEV-13036
Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - Console

DEV-13039
Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - UART

DEV-13040
2 Retired

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - PWM

DEV-13042
Retired
SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - Dual H-Bridge

SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - Dual H-Bridge

DEV-13043
$9.95

SparkFun Sensor Pack for Intel® Edison

KIT-13094
1 Retired

That’s all for this week, ladies and gentlemen. Remember to check back with us next week for even more new products. Until then, have fun!


Comments 4 comments

  • Wish that GPS Logger Shield had been around in 2011 – it might have saved me a lot of effort on a project back then. Oh well… at least SF did have a “division” that would get printed circuit boards made! (I haven’t happened to need such a service since you sold it to OSH, so I can’t comment on their service. I did work for a while at a company that went directly to Gold Phoenix to get boards, but one time needed a couple of boards about one square inch each – the minimum order from GP meant that I got about 40 of each!)

  • I challenge the SparkFun creative technologists to create the most creative project they can with…. Tinfoil Clothing! (Can be regular clothing that has tinfoil used in it)

    • I hear tinfoil hats are all the rage :) An interactive shirt/dress with tinfoil patches for capacitive touch would be a good start. Now, what should it do when you touch various patches…?

      • Would make for a inspiring video in my opinion! Everyone has tinfoil which makes it easier for beginners to get started who have a small collection of parts :P

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