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We collected over two hundred retired testbeds and turned them into art! Join us as we highlight this project and tell some of the stories behind these dusty old circuit boards.

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Many of us at SparkFun consume coffee for breakfast, maybe lunch or dinner, but for some go-getters it's all three. Join me as I dig into the habits and trends of our breakroom coffee setup.

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Ramp up your GPS tracking skills with KML files and Google Earth.

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The trials of setting up a Web Server with Bootstrap, SPIFFS and ESPAsync.

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Two new ways to follow along with each SIK project!

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The trail-ready lightning detector has been out in the wild getting some good use. As summer nears its end, it is a great time to take the project back to the drawing board and figure out what should be upgraded, what should be added and what can be removed – just in time for some fall outdoor adventures!

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More new project videos for your SIK v4.1!

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Here's a collection of fun ideas for any students going back to school this fall.

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A new way to learn electronics and programming from the SparkFun Inventor's Kit!

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It's time to plan out some summer projects!

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This is the first part of building a keycode-based anti-theft system for a car.

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We took a crew down to CU Boulder to check out all of the capstone and graduate projects that were presented to the public!

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Hacking your LEGO kits with motors and micro:bits!

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Control a robot wirelessly with your hand using XBees, Arduino and an accelerometer.

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Looking to get your feet wet with GPS? We've got just the tutorial for you! Accurately display your coordinates on a small OLED with the press of a button using hardware from our Qwiic Connect System (I2C).

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Sweet! I like the use of the ESP8266 to log data on ThingSpeak.

Great idea. 😀 I'm going to build an electric go kart next and that will greatly simplify the control system.

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Please be aware that most SSRs ( If not all ) have a leakage current so there is a voltage present on switched side of the SSR even when it…

You're math is quite correct. Good catch!

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A few other points (from someone who's been using relays for more than half a century): Although you alluded to it near the end, mechanical…

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