We've posted a gift guide! And BlueSMiRF makes an appearance with the Canadian authorities.
The nRF52832 Breakout, SmartiPi Touch, Serial-Controlled Motor Driver and RedBearLab BLE Nano Kit round out today's brand new products! Happy Friday!
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!
We've updated our <a href="http://www.opencircuits.com/SFE_Footprint_Library_Eagle">Eagle Footprint Library</a> on the Open Circuits website (we love that place!)
New stuff just goes on and on. FM Receiver, KinetaMap, LilyPad parts, IR Camera, Hand tools, solder wick, NanoMuscle, switches...
How to understand the data streaming from the Nike+iPod system
A Weather Station, some breakout boards, soldering tools, and a few other cool new products. Oh, and a very important tutorial.
SparkFun moves up to a "real building" - business ensues
To accommodate the announcement for the ProtoSnap series, we've moved the post back to Saturday for this week.
New ST micro LPR530AL dual axis gyro breakout boards, and ADXL345 evaluation board with Arduino/FAT32 combo, soldering class on Sept. 30th, smart card socket, and a powerful new GS407 GPS receiver module.
Let's take a look at how LIDAR works and how we can use it in robots.
Check out our wish list tool!
It's not quite small enough to track your cat, but the <a href="http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8289">Uber Tracker</a> is a beast of a product.
What color is Metallic Salmon? I have no idea, but the S371 does.
What items would you like to see available down the street? Oh, and some new products posted.
A whole new line of wireless, finger-tip sized, Arduino compatible development boards and shields!
SparkFun's module shows up in an FCC study on body sensor networks. We've also got a new speedometer tutorial and some new products.
Our new Simultaneous RFID Reader brings multitag tracking capabilities to the masses.
Check out this tutorial from our own Nick Poole!
-or- Engineering Is Always Yak-Shaving.
Oh PCB layout. How you spite thee. What's a coaster you ask? A <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beermat">coaster </a>is something that sits under a coffee mug (or beer glass) and prevents the vessel on top from leaving a visible ring on a table. It's also a name for a completely screwed up PCB.
Back on track after Thanksgiving with a few new products!
Let's take a look at three current and upcoming technologies that try to expand internet coverage to places where WiFi can't reach.
Check out the new ArduPilot Mega - for all your autonomous needs!
For Part 3 of the "Getting started with micro:bit" series, we read temperature from a built-in sensor and rotate a servo.
Check out the tutorial from SparkFun engineer Aaron's HAB launch.