Makerbot

It's almost Christmas, give the gift that can print happiness.

Continue reading

We're back with more products for your Friday.

Continue reading

SparkFun Tours ThinkGeek

In early December Nate and Chris paid ThinkGeek a visit at their HQ in Fairfax, Virginia. Here's a rundown of what happened!

Continue reading

We want to come document your Free Day experience!

Continue reading

Another round of new products including new MicroRax, a book and some more retail.

Continue reading

Christmas Orders

Some information on getting your orders in time for the holidays.

Continue reading

Check out Twine

Simplifying physical computing with Twine.

Continue reading

It's time for your monthly caption contest.

Continue reading

Check out this month's edition of According to Pete"

Continue reading

It's been two weeks since we've talked about new products. Check out what's new for the past couple of weeks.

Continue reading

Check out this project from SparkFun's own Todd Treece.

Continue reading

Check out this GPS-based project from a SparkFun customer.

Continue reading

Check out this customer eye-tracker project!

Continue reading

The Voxel Shield

A great shield for driving an 8x8x8 LED matrix!

Continue reading

Our production artists are at it again...

Continue reading

It's Friday again, so we have more new products to talk about.

Continue reading

Tags


All Tags

Recent Blog Comments

Erm… when my engineer co-workers and I are joking about speccing cheap, slightly sketchy power supplies because the customers will never…
“According to Pete - Current Sensing” video is marked private and is not accessible. Please fix the issue. Thanks
The efficiency values stated are usually at 100% rated output. The “quiescent” power will be somewhat less than the “inefficiency” (that is,…
I think it would be a service to the less experienced to make it more clear in the description that the outputs of the [dual…
I’m not an electrician, so take this with a grain of salt, but you have to switch on the DC side of the power supply. This means the power…
Nice. You remembered to put in the requisite coffee mug ring on your hand drawn schematic. Very classy. :-D
While we are being pedantic, it isn’t just MOSFETs that use the term “gate” for the controlling pin. AFAIK it’s both MOSFETs and JFETs…
Hmm. I guess that would make a lot of sense.
It isn’t well known, but the symbol(s) for switches is(are) actually quite extensive with different bits meaning different things. Kind of…
I installed a meanwell power supply to power a 5m white LED strip to light my basement stairs, only to be disappointed by the 3- or 4-…

Recent Authors

xtopher

MTaylor

Black Angus Rocket Storm

Megan Arnold

ShawnHymel

TheDarkSaint

Nick Poole

Pearce

LightningHawk

Pete-O


All Authors