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RF Link Transmitter - 434MHz

WRL-10534
$ 3.95
RF Link Receiver - 4800bps (434MHz)

WRL-10532
$ 4.95
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SparkFun RFM22 Shield - 434MHz

DEV-11018
$ 29.95
RFM12BSP Wireless Transceiver - 434MHz

WRL-12770
$ 6.95
RF Link Transmitter - 315MHz

WRL-10535
$ 3.95
RFM22B-S2 SMD Wireless Transceiver - 434MHz

WRL-10153
$ 11.95
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RF Link Receiver - 4800bps (315MHz)

WRL-10533
$ 4.95
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SparkFun RF Transceiver Breakout - RFM22B-S2 (434 MHz)

WRL-10154
$ 22.95
LinkM - USB to I2C

COM-09903
$ 29.95
LinkSprite JPEG Color Camera TTL Interface - 2MP

SEN-12804
$ 54.95
LinkSprite JPEG Color Camera TTL Interface - Infrared

SEN-11610
$ 49.95

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Tutorials 107 found

MYST Linking Book

March 18, 2014

Create your own Linking Book from the classic computer game, MYST

Galileo Getting Started Guide

January 23, 2014

An introduction to the Arduino/Intel Galileo, and how to begin using the nifty x86, 400MHz Arduino.

CryptoCape Hookup Guide

May 29, 2014

The CryptoCape is a collaboration with Hacker In Residence alumni Josh Datko. The CryptoCape is the BeagleBone's first dedicated security daughterboard.

Cackling Apple Head Witch

October 30, 2014

Make your own cackling apple head witch to scare all of the trick or treaters this Halloween!

ATmega128RFA1 Dev Board Hookup Guide

August 8, 2013

A hookup example guide for SparkFun's ATmega128RFA1 Development Board. Includes a schematic/board overview and explanation, and example code.

Soil moisture-sensing by hacking a solar light

June 19, 2014

How to take a solar powered pathway light from a hardware store and make it into a crude soil moisture sensor.

Edison Getting Started Guide

December 5, 2014

An introduction to the Intel® Edison. Then a quick walk through on interacting with the console, connecting to WiFi, and doing...stuff.

Understanding the BC127 Bluetooth Module

January 31, 2014

SparkFun has two boards using the BC127; here's what you need to know to use them.

Digital Sandbox Experiment Guide

July 31, 2014

Your guide to the Digital Sandbox! 16+ experiments that, using a graphical programming language, teach you to blink LEDs, monitor microphones, read temperature, and much more.

Getting Started with the AutoDriver

September 9, 2013

SparkFun's AutoDriver is a powerful tool for controlling stepper motors. Here's how to use it.

SparkFun Inventor's Kit for RedBot

February 10, 2015

This Experiment Guide offers nine experiments to get you started with the SparkFun RedBot. This guide is designed for those familiar with our SparkFun Inventors Kit and want to take their robotics knowledge to the next level.

Setting up Raspbian (and DOOM!)

December 19, 2013

How to load a Raspberry Pi up with Raspbian -- the most popular Pi Linux distribution. Then download, compile, install and run the classic: Doom.

LSM9DS0 Hookup Guide

February 27, 2014

How to assemble, connect to, and use the LSM9DS0 -- an accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer all-in-one.

WS2812 Breakout Hookup Guide

July 24, 2013

How to create a pixel string with the WS2812!

Customizing LilyPad LED Colors

May 19, 2014

A short guide to creating a rainbow of new LilyPad LED colors at home!

Analog to Digital Conversion

February 7, 2013

The world is analog. Use analog to digital conversion to help digital device interpret the world.

Arduino Comparison Guide

November 11, 2013

Examining the diverse world of Arduino boards.

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Blog 112 found

RGB Fiber Optics

October 2, 2012 15

Create an optical RS-232 link with an RGB LED and a color sensor.

Feedback and Wikipedia

January 15, 2008 0

You might notice a new link over on the left hand side called 'Feedback'. If you discover a broken link, click on 'Feedback' (a new window will pop up) and drop us a line. Quick and painless.

Android and Simon Hacking with Jeff Boody

February 27, 2013 16

Check out how Jeff was able to link a SparkFun Simon kit to his Android phone!

Go Speed Racer...Arduino Speed Test

December 18, 2014 11

We often teach beginning learners that the standard 16 MHz Arduino Uno is fast... really fast. 16 MHz means 16 Million cycles per second -- or that translates to 1/16 millionths of a second per cycle. That's a mere 62.5 ns. That's fast. So, is the Arduino _really_ that fast? Let's see...

A Special Saturday New Product Post

July 30, 2011 33

To accommodate the announcement for the ProtoSnap series, we've moved the post back to Saturday for this week.

Tweeting Kegerator

September 10, 2009 4

A new tutorial on getting a kegerator to tweet, and new products! A full rotation servo, HMC5843 magneto breakout, dual axis gyro, DC and Car power adapters, 16MHz resonator, and an RGB LED light cube kit.

More Twitter News, a Ton of Cool Projects, and more Products

February 11, 2010 14

Follow our Pick and Place machines on Twitter! Also, we have some news products and 31 awesome projects to give you some inspiration!

A Plethora of New Products and a New Tutorial

November 4, 2008 2

A Weather Station, some breakout boards, soldering tools, and a few other cool new products. Oh, and a very important tutorial.

Wireless Bootloading

January 28, 2009 14

Checkout the new tutorial using the AVR ATmega168 with XBee wireless modules to create a very robust serial bootloader! We also posted a new GeoChron Blue GPS product, programmable oscillator, photocell, and a mux breakout.

Protect Any Project

February 19, 2008 0

The <a href="http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8601">SparkFun project case</a> is an enclosure as you would expect, with the addition of a series of small raised dots on the bottom half of the enclosure.

Circuit Bending RFID

February 5, 2009 18

We try to stuff our RFID tag into a Car fob. It didn't work out so good. And we've got new button pad controllers, 10Hz GPS, Arduino XBee shield, new dual-axis gyros, a Nordic RF serial interface board, and a much more!

Check Out the Roboat

December 29, 2011 15

The Roboat is a GPS-guided Autonomous Boat.

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Resources 2 found

Processing Cheatsheet

July 8, 2014

We have compiled a quick reference list of all of the common commands we use for teaching Processing. This was created in Microsoft PowerPoint. The raw, ed

Five Days of Prototyping

February 6, 2014

Resources covering a five day course, including everything from schematics and PCV layout to programming, wireless and GPS.

Classes 2 found

May 30, 2015

Costuming with Electronics: Beyond the Blink

Join us for an afternoon of electronic costuming. In this workshop we will be talking specifically about adding input to your wear…

July 6, 2015

Microcontrollers for Educators

Connecting the STEM Dots: Microprocessors and Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Classroom. Colorado State University Dep…

Articles 13 found

Wireless Buying Guide

Wireless Buying Guide When it comes to throwing data over the ether, there are a lot of options. If you’re confused about what wireless technology is best for your next project then keep on rea…

TEI 2012

TEI 2012 Welcome to SparkFun’s workshop! Follow the link below for the class materials and code you’ll need to follow along. TEI Materials (5.4MB .zip)

Feedback

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Maker Certificate Program at Sonoma State University

Maker Certificate Program at Sonoma State University The Maker Certificate Program is a unique professional development and mentorship opportunity for educators to introduce making in Pre-K-16 lea…

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Arduino Buying Guide

Arduino Buying Guide Let’s face it, there are a lot of different Arduino boards out there. How do you decide which one you need for your project? With this table, you can not only compare featu…

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Interconnections Kits

Interconnections Kits by SparkFun We’ve partnered with Dr. Kylie Peppler of Indiana University and MIT Press to carry some of the design challenge materials from the Interconnections book collect…

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GPS Buying Guide

GPS Buying Guide Above your head, right now, at an altitude of about 20,200 km there is a system of navigation satellites. There’s 35 of them, 24 active at any given time. It cost millions and …

XBee Buying Guide

XBee Buying Guide Welcome to the wireless world of XBee. Maybe you’ve heard of it, maybe you haven’t, either way you are in for a fun ride. XBees are tiny blue chips that can communicate …

Press Releases - 2012

January 25, 2012 - SparkFun Electronics’ Third Annual Free Day Event Draws More Than 32,000 Unique Website Visitors! - $200,000 in Store Credit Given Away During Website Free-For-All February 8, 20…

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Customer Support How to Help Yourself General questions about SparkFun? Check our FAQ for answers! Want to return something you purchased? The Returns Policy is for you! There is community supp…