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LED Rainbow Pack - 5mm PTH

COM-12903
$ 2.95
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LED - Basic Green 5mm (25 pack)

COM-09855
$ 2.95
LED - RGB Addressable, PTH, 5mm Clear (5 Pack)

COM-12999
$ 2.95
LED - Basic Red 5mm (25 pack)

COM-09856
$ 2.95
Silicone Bumpers - Small, Black (8x2mm, 5 pack)

PRT-12653
$ 0.95
Silicone Bumpers - Small, Clear (8x2mm, 5 pack)

PRT-10230
$ 0.95
LED - 3W Aluminum PCB (5 Pack, Green)

COM-13185
$ 7.95
LED - 3W Aluminum PCB (5 Pack, Red)

COM-13106
$ 7.95
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LED - RGB Addressable, PTH, 5mm Diffused (5 Pack)

COM-12986
$ 2.95
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Tutorials 276 found

Hacking the MiP - Proto Pack

December 4, 2014

How to attach the Proto Pack and begin Hacking the MiP.

LDK Experiment 5: Make Your Own Switch

October 2, 2013

Learn to create and integrate your own handmade switch into an e-textile circuit.

How LEDs are Made

May 28, 2014

We take a tour of a LED manufacturer and learn how PTH 5mm LEDs are made for SparkFun.

Logic Levels

June 3, 2013

Learn the difference between 3.3 V and 5 V devices.

RN-52 Bluetooth Hookup Guide

August 29, 2013

A hookup guide to get you started with the RN-52 Audio Bluetooth Module Breakout Board.

Hacking the MiP - Proto Back

December 4, 2014

How to attach the Proto Back and begin Hacking the MiP

LDK Experiment 1: Lighting Up a Basic Circuit

February 7, 2013

The first experiment in the LilyPad Design Kit series. In this exercise, you will learn how a basic e-textiles circuit works, and light up a sewable LED using a coin cell battery holder and conductive thread.

LDK Experiment 2: Multiple LED Circuits

October 2, 2013

Design both parallel and series e-textile circuits with multiple LEDs!

Battery Technologies

February 6, 2013

The basics behind the batteries used in portable electronic devices: LiPo, NiMH, coin cells, and alkaline.

LDK Experiment 6: Microcontroller Circuits

October 2, 2013

Learn how to build a simple microcontroller circuit using the pre-programmed LilyTiny Board

Reaction Timer

January 16, 2014

Demonstrate mental chronometry with this simple reaction timer!

Polarity

June 14, 2013

An introduction to polarity in electronic components. Discover what polarity is, which parts have it, and how to identify it.

Series and Parallel Circuits

August 20, 2013

An introduction into series and parallel circuits.

AD8232 Heart Rate Monitor Hookup Guide

July 17, 2014

Learn how to create your very own heart rate monitor.

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.
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SparkFun Blocks for Intel® Edison - OLED Block

February 13, 2015

A quick overview of the features of the OLED Block for the Edison.

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Blog 639 found

SparkFun Starter Pack for the Intel Edison is Now In Stock!

December 3, 2014 0

If you've been waiting to get your Starter Pack - the wait is over!

Calling All Colorado Makers - NoCo Mini Maker Faire

July 30, 2013 10

We're looking for projects and booths for the NoCo Mini Maker Faire on October 5th.

According to Pete - July 5th, 2011

July 5, 2011 66

Check out the latest installment of According to Pete.

$1M Weighs a Ton

June 1, 2009 21

Maker Faire recap and we weigh our donation of $5K to local charity!

Enginursday: Get Roving!

March 28, 2014 8

On April 5th, teams from around Colorado will try out their miniature Mars rovers in the Great Sand Dunes.

Hey! We're Going to Maker Faire

April 24, 2008 0

We'll be at Maker Faire next week, Friday 5/2 to Sunday 5/4. If you're anywhere near San Francisco or San Mateo, you should swing by the SparkFun booth! We're bringing things... Blinky things. And some fun stuff too.

SparkFun Live - The Party Button - Is Today!

January 6, 2014 0

Tune in today at 5 p.m. Mountain Time for another edition of SparkFun Live - building a party button with Shawn Hymel.

Snappy Cluster

December 22, 2009 49

The cluster has arrived to our new data center! 5 Dell PowerEdges with 10 megabit burstable to 100 megabit. We're trimming the fat off our site and making things much faster.

Retail Packaging Has Arrived

July 2, 2010 54

SparkFun starts to package up items for retail sale. We even got our own UPC! Let us know what you think and what we should package next.

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...

Package-Off 2012 and a New Class!

April 12, 2012 12

Check out the live stream of our packaging contest and we have a new robotics class!

A Brilliant New Product Post

August 26, 2011 26

It's time to brighten your day with a glowing line-up of new products.

Retail Packaging at Maker Faire and Our Catalog

October 14, 2008 16

We'll have the LilyPad kits available for sale at the Maker Shed. And we now have a PDF catalog!

New Product Friday: Potent Portables

December 5, 2014 15

Today we explore some new products that not only help you with projects on-the-go, but also to help make it easier to make your projects move.

New Product Friday: Moogus Operandi

October 10, 2014 3

High-powered LEDs, an audio kit from Moog and more. Check out the new stuff for this week.

A Short Product Post

July 1, 2010 18

We have a few new/revised products we wanted to quickly highlight!

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Resources 21 found

Getting Started with Scratch 1.4

April 26, 2014

This guide is a great place to start with Scratch.

Giant Breadboard Poster

May 27, 2014

Looking to teach how breadboards work? Print this file out to a poster, laminate it, and use dry erase markers to illustrate the internal connections.

Electronic Graphics Resources

February 6, 2014

Illustrator file with a variety of electronics images and icons. Made by Adam Meyer of bildr.org.

Resistance Board

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

A project using e-textiles to show the concept of resistance in an intuitive manner.

Soldering, PTH

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

These are some materials to help you teach Plated Through Hole Soldering.

ECE at Cornell University

February 6, 2014

Bruce Land from Cornell University shows how to work with microcontrollers.

Processing the Danger Shield

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

This material teaches the creation and manipulation of basic shapes using Processing and SparkFun's Danger Shield.

Twinkling Wrist Cuff Tutorial

May 23, 2014

Twinkling Wrist Cuff Tutorial by Kim A. Knight from Emerging Media and CommunicaCon @UT Dallas http://fashioningcircuits.com

Arduino Cheatsheet

August 19, 2014

This is an overview of the most important / commonly used Arduino commands.

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

MakerScience and Arduino

April 7, 2014

Learn how to teach basic concepts of electricity and circuits, program a microcontroller, and integrate making, building, and inventing into your classroom

ATTiny85 Quick Reference

Brian Huang February 13, 2015

This is a quick reference sheet for using the ATTiny85. While the ATTiny85 only has 5 GPIO pins, it packs a lot of power and flexibility. Click here for th

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.

Paper Circuits Pin

Angela Sheehan March 31, 2014

This quick craft project shows you how to create a circuit using copper tape instead of wire to light up an LED and make a wearable piece of e-craft art.

ArduBlock: Graphical Programming Environment for Arduino

February 6, 2014

ArduBlock is a Scratch-like interface for Arduino and allows you to program Arduino using drag-and-drop blocks that free you of syntax errors.

Paper Circuits: Lotus Flower Pop Up Card

Angela Sheehan May 6, 2014

Templates used in the Have Fun with Paper Circuitry workshop at GESTEM on 5/9/14.

LilyPad with ArduBlock Workshop

Angela Sheehan June 10, 2014

Presentation materials on using ArduBlock with the LilyPad Simple Development Board during a workshop at Fashion Institute of Technology 6/5/2014.

e-Textile Art Pin

Angela Sheehan June 11, 2014

Create a quick and easy piece of e-textile art using a LilyPad LED, Battery Holder, conductive thread, and coin cell battery.

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Classes 1 found

July 6, 2015

Microcontrollers for Educators

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

Articles 29 found

Retrosparktive

In just a few weeks, SparkFun will be vacating its offices at 6175 Longbow and moving on up to Dry Creek Parkway. For those of you that have been with us since our humble beginnings, this is a pretty …

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)

The SparkFun Dumpster Dive

The Dumpster Dive is sold out! Check back later for the next Dumpster Dive!

Holiday Shipping 2013

With the holidays rapidly approaching, we want to make sure you get your presents in time! Please refer to the below shipping methods and dates to make sure you get your order by Dec. 24th. Please …

Open Source Lab Equipment for Teaching Physical Science

2014 Colorado Science Conference – Workshop: Open Source Lab Equipment for Teaching Physical Science Learn how to teach your own students to program an Arduino microcontroller to blink LEDs, re…

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…

SIK Capstone Contest

Since we first started teaching with the SparkFun Inventor’s Kit (or SIK), we’ve seen some teachers and students do amazing things beyond what the kit teaches. In the SIK Capstone Co…

Economy Shipping (Modal)

Economy Shipping SparkFun’s Economy Shipping option, also known as UPS SurePost, is carried by UPS to your city, then usually handed off to the United States Postal Service for delivery with st…

Tours

Ever wondered what sort of hijinks go on behind the scenes at SparkFun? Do you dream of seeing certain SparkFun folks in their natural habitat? Well you’re in luck, because we host public tours …

Dog Policy

Dog Policy Introduction This is the SparkFun Electronics Dog Policy. It is a living document used to govern the perk of bringing dogs to work as an employee of SparkFun. The canonical form of this d…

Feedback

Your thoughts and opinions matter to us. Please take the website usability test at the link below. The test runs on the top of our site using a service called Loop11.* *Note that the service slo…

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 …

Nathan Seidle Bio

Nathan Seidle (pronounced sigh-dle) is the founder and CEO of SparkFun Electronics in Boulder, Colo. Nathan founded SparkFun in 2003 while an undergraduate student studying electrical engineering. …

Contact

What’s your preference for contacting us? Phone Email Chat/IRC In Person Other stuff you might like to know about: Product Photos Sponsorships Becoming a Retailer/Reseller/Distributor Pur…

Graphics Downloads

Graphics: SparkFun has amassed quite a collection nifty graphics; we’ve got logos, slogans, evil scientists, Pete, highly-educated cephalopods and more. If you’d like to use any of them for you…

Accelerometer, Gyro and IMU Buying Guide

Accelerometer, Gyro and IMU Buying Guide Accelerometers and gyros are becoming increasingly popular in consumer electronics, so maybe it’s time you added them to your project! Scrolling through…

Connect AnyThing Curriculum

Welcome to Connect AnyThing This website is designed to support classroom teachers, volunteers, and staff in museums, libraries, and Maker spaces, basically anyone engaging new audiences …

PicoBoard & Scratch Resources

PicoBoard & Scratch Resources Here are a few resources that we’ve used here at SparkFun around teaching PicoBoard and Scratch. This page is a work-in-progress. Please email us at (education…

Intel Professional Development Tour

SparkFun & Intel Professional Development Tour We invite you to join the tour Google+ community for extra content and to learn from others participants! Teaching and learning computat…

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