A Qwiic Word About Velocity

Two new Air Velocity Sensor Qwiic Kits are now available! Also be sure to check out the new Raspberry Pi Debug Probe and Kitronik Servos Board, too!

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Happy Friday, all! It's another week and that means more new products from us here at SparkFun Electronics. This week, we are happy to bring you two new kits that feature the FS3000-1005 and FS3000-1015 Qwiic Air Velocity Sensors. These simple kits will get you started in no time with all the basic parts that you'll need to get going. Following that we are going to take a second look at the Raspberry Pi Debug Probe that was announced earlier this week. Then, we wrap the day with a new servo-centric board from Kitronik. Now, onto this week's new products!

SparkFun Air Velocity Sensor Qwiic Kit - FS3000-1005


SparkFun Air Velocity Sensor Qwiic Kit - FS3000-1015


The SparkFun Air Velocity Sensor Qwiic Kit comes with everything you need to start using either the FS3000-1005 or FS3000-1015 Air Velocity Sensors, Artemis, or Qwiic. Need to keep track of the airflow in your data center or around your servers? How about making sure your HVAC and air control systems are functioning at full capacity? Well, the SparkFun Air Velocity Sensor Breakouts can help you with all that and more! It's super easy and super quick (Qwiic!) to hook up.

Raspberry Pi Debug Probe

Raspberry Pi Debug Probe


Originally released on Monday, the Raspberry Pi Debug Probe is an inexpensive, all-in-one USB to serial debug and UART bridge. It provides the necessary hardware and cabling to support “plug and play” debugging of Raspberry Pi Pico and other microcontroller and microprocessor-based platforms.

Kitronik Simply Servos Board for Raspberry Pi Pico

Kitronik Simply Servos Board for Raspberry Pi Pico


The compact Simply Servo Board for Raspberry Pi Pico allows for up to 8 servos to be controlled simultaneously, making it ideal for advanced robotics projects with the RiPi Pico. The board should be used with a Pico that has soldered pin headers, the Pico can then slot straight into the board. A Pico with pin headers already attached can be obtained separately here. The board features standard 3-pin servo connectors which allow for servos to be plugged straight in without the need for adaptors or soldering.

And that will wrap up our February! As always, we can't wait to see what you make. Shoot us a tweet @sparkfun, or let us know on Instagram, Facebook or LinkedIn. Please be safe out there, be kind to one another! We'll be back with more new products next week so make sure to check back then. Happy hacking!

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