SparkX is back with a new NFC/RFID Tag, the FLIR Lepton Breakout V2 is now available on its own, and we have a new and better way to remove a U.FL-terminated cable.
Or do, we aren't your parent. This week, we have a new 8 Channel Level Shifter, a version of our famous OpenLog Artemis, and some new USB-C cables, and we'll see what SparkX is up to!
We have a rather unique slew of new products this week including Qwiic PIR Kits, a Satellite Transceiver Breakout, GNSS-RTK Accessories, CNC Machines, and more!
Our new MicroMod Ethernet Function Board is now available! Also, new products from SparkX, and more!
Today, we release a new Power Supply Sample Kit along with a few new SparkX Products and a programmer for your ESP projects!
The ZED-F9T GNSS Timing Breakout is now available along with a new SiK Telemetry Radio!
The RTK Facet joins the ranks of SparkFun's enclosed surveying tools at a fraction of the price of comparable products.
We have a load of new products to show off today, and most of them are miniaturized versions of popular peripherals.
A new version of our Tinker Kit is available, along with a new RF board from SparkX and a new LIDAR!
We have a new Proximity Sensing Kit for you to check out, along with a few new digital multimeters and a new kit from SparkX!
The Qwiic Cellular is now available from SparkX!
SparkX is pushing out new, experimental products. Check them out!
An upgraded version of the RTK Surveyor is now available for pre-order!
We released two new STM32 boards yesterday, but we still have plenty more to talk about this week!
With two of SparkX's newest boards releasing, we wanted to take some time to appreciate them, and industrial fiber optics in general.
Checkout how we drilled through the back of a PCB in order to solder to the hidden pads under a cellular module.
After a short time in retirement, the SparkX A111 Breakout Board is coming back to life as part of the Get Sparked program!
Recently, a team from the St. Vrain Innovation Center assembled its first custom PCB design with the help of SparkFun. This is the story behind their project and their experience.
Details of a silly problem with a silly solution: How to not overwrite your outgoing SPI data buffer when using the Arduino core libraries
Detectives came knocking again, and this time they brought a new toy!