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The CIRC-LCD add-on to the Arduino Inventor's Kit is supplied with a strip of header pins ready to be soldered to the LCD module in the kit. This assembly guide will show you how to complete the task so you can get on with hooking the LCD up to your Arduino.
"Hello, World!" Give your Inventor's Kit the ability to display all kinds of text and numbers.
The new EL Escudo Dos makes it easier than ever to set up EL displays. Here's how to get started!
A lengthy tutorial that covers: *How to get the MAX232 IC working on many Olimex Development boards *How to get the UART hardware module (TX/RX) working on a PIC 16F628 *How to use nice printf("Hello!", 0); routines for debugging *How to talk to an I2C EEProm *How to control a standard servo using the computer's keyboard through hyperterminal Courtesy of Joyner Network Solutions
The Locosys LS20031 GPS module does not have a connector attached so in order to get data from the unit you will need to attach a connector. This tutorial will demonstrate how to solder a right angled 0.1" pitch connector suitable for breadboard use. You will also learn how to perform a quick connection test and then use the TinyGPS library to determine your position.
If one LED is good, 10 are better! 10 LEDs in a convenient package perfect for bar graphs and other linear displays.
A fun project using LED light bars, a PIC for control, 7-segment driving, playing with 2Amps, and some assorted other fun tricks.
We try our hand at electronic furniture using our RGB LED matrices and a secondhand coffee table. Pong never looked so good.
This tutorial will describe how to build a digital speedometer using a graphic LCD and a GPS enabled ARM platform.
We use a WiFly Shield and Voice Box Shield to build a battery-powered, wireless, talking page server.
Detailed tutorial on the construction of the NCWP Scavenger Box and the story behind it.
Catching aftershocks in Christchurch, New Zealand using a simple accelerometer and a datalogging microSD shield.
Get you BMP085 Breakout singing pressure and temperature; and turn that data into altitude and a weather forecast.
Lessons learned while fixing a kid's museum light and sound exhibit.
Learn how to use the FM Radio Receiver with an Arduino to tune to your favorite radio station!
We tear apart a common laser tape measure. A good lesson in how to hack, how to document, and hitting walls.
Making the most out of your new RFM22 wireless communication shield.
This tutorial will show you how to get started using Python over the serial port and demonstrate a GPS tracking program.
We continue to grow at our home at Longbow.
It's Friday again, so we have more new products to talk about.
Tom Becker was nice enough to email us and comment on our <a href="http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/present.php?p=GPSClock-1">12ft. GPS wall clock</a>. Then he put us to shame...
This week we have a new Flexible LED Matrix, a BLE module, and an itty-bitty IC.
New products for your Raspberry Pi B+, and our very last New Product Post Video shot at our old building. :-(
We've got a new digital soldering station from Hakko, some books and LCD screens. Check them out!
A new tutorial on SMA connectors (it's good) and new products: Arduino Kit, SMA adapters, SD Sniffer, OSD breakout, function generator, ADXL335, kits, power supplies, GE864 cellphone module, we now carry books!, resistor kit, and a handful of others.
Connect your Arduino Ethernet to the Pachube API to display and log data on the web.
Check out this project from Creative Technologist Nick Poole using the pcDuino Camera Module.
A great project from a mad customer and new products in RFID, GPS, and a new WiFi module!
We're really excited about the MicroView -- a new Arduino compatible board with an integrated display! Check out why...
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.
This week we have the new Servo Trigger, the ESP8266 WiFi module, a new version of the Taz 3D Printer, and more!
Two words : Missile Switch. Oh, and we have a new USB o-scope, an great universal enclosure, servo controller, SPI interface board, WiFi module, AVR USB HID stick, and a few small components.
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.
We're back to work and we've got more new: AVC 2010 now open, Vegas video, new robot competition, sensor kit, Simon PTH kit, motor driver, new robot kits, temperature sensor, MSP430F249, 7-segment display controller and a TFT128 ScreenKey development board.
Making a GPS unit that integrates with Google maps.
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