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SFE Project Notebook - 10" x 7.5" (Red, Grey Pages)

SWG-11064
$ 4.95
SFE Project Notebook - 10" x 7.5" (Black, Grey Pages)

SWG-11063
$ 4.95
SparkFun Simon Says - Through-Hole Soldering Kit

KIT-10547
$ 24.95
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SparkFun BigTime Watch Kit

KIT-11734
$ 29.95
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SparkFun ProtoShield Kit

DEV-07914
$ 9.95
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LilyPad Design Kit

KIT-12073
$ 79.95
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SparkFun Inventor's Kit - V3.2

KIT-12060
$ 99.95
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SparkFun Inventor's Kit for Arduino - V3.1

KIT-12001
99.9500 $ 79.96
SparkFun Projects Case - Clear

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Science and Communication Circuits & Projects

BOK-11132
$ 12.95
Electronic Sensor Circuits & Projects

BOK-11133
$ 12.95
Timer, OpAmp & Optoelectronic Circuits & Projects

BOK-11131
$ 12.95
SparkFun SparkPunk Sound Kit

KIT-11177
$ 34.95
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Encyclopedia of Electronic Components: Volume 2

BOK-11775
$ 24.95

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Tutorials 240 found

Using AT&T's M2X With the CC3000

September 2, 2014

A set of tutorials and examples to show how to connect an Arduino and CC3000 to AT&T's M2X data streams. We show how to post, fetch, and delete data. The final lesson is controlling an LED from an M2X stream.

Pushing Data to Data.SparkFun.com

July 8, 2014

A grab bag of examples to show off the variety of routes your data can take on its way to a Data.SparkFun.com stream.

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.

How to Install and Setup EAGLE

September 5, 2013

Not just how to download and install EAGLE, but how to install the SparkFun EAGLE Libraries and scripts.

How to Power a Project

February 7, 2013

A tutorial to help figure out the power requirements of your project.

Reaction Timer

January 16, 2014

Demonstrate mental chronometry with this simple reaction timer!

Heating Pad Hand Warmer Blanket

January 21, 2013

DIY Project Idea: Create a custom hand warmer blanket using heating pads

How to Solder - Through-hole Soldering

September 19, 2013

Are you new to electronics and soldering? Have you soldered before but need a refresher? Do you solder all day everyday but still feel you could use a few tips and tricks? This tutorial with cover everything you need to know about through-hole soldering.

Exploring XBees and XCTU

June 5, 2014

How to set up an XBee using your computer, the X-CTU software, and an XBee Explorer interface board.
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How to Solder - Castellated Mounting Holes

May 12, 2015

Tutorial showing how to solder castellated holes (or castellations). This might come in handy if you need to solder a module or PCB to another PCB. These castellations are becoming popular with integrated WiFi and Bluetooth modules.

Hackers in Residence - The ElectricBone

June 25, 2014

Drum machines and keyboards have been the standard for making digital music, but how do you make electronic music if you're trained to play the trombone? One of our Hackers in Residence, Carlos Mello, took it upon himself to find a solution to that very question.

Hackers in Residence - Hacking MindWave Mobile

February 26, 2014

Review, teardown, and hacking tutorial for the MindWave Mobile, a $99 commercial grade EEG sensor.

Using GitHub to Share with SparkFun

August 19, 2013

A simple step-by-step tutorial to help you download files from SparkFun's GitHub site, make changes, and share the changes with SparkFun.

Loading Debian (Ubilinux) on the Edison

December 5, 2014

How to load a Debian distribution (specifically Ubilinux) onto the Edison.

Graphic LCD Hookup Guide

November 18, 2013

How to add some flashy graphics to your project with a 84x48 monochrome graphic LCD.

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.

Connecting Arduino to Processing

April 25, 2013

Send serial data from Arduino to Processing and back - even at the same time!

Pi Wedge B+ Hookup Guide

December 18, 2014

How to assemble and start using the Pi Wedge to prototype with the Raspberry Pi B+.

How to Use a Multimeter

December 2, 2012

Learn the basics of using a multimeter to measure continuity, voltage, resistance and current.

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Blog 597 found

Projects!

December 4, 2008 5

Checkout this handful of projects including robot control using an accelerometer, outlet relay control, and a massive LED POV installation.

Engineering Roundtable - EL Wire Burning Man Sign

August 13, 2012 20

Check out Chris Taylor's project for his Burning Man camp.

Project Gado

June 29, 2011 18

Archive your photos and documents without spending all day at the scanner.

The Tricorder Project

April 17, 2012 12

Check out this amazing project from SparkFun customer Peter Jansen.

NeverNude Prototype

April 16, 2013 8

An electronics geeks tribute to one of the greatest shows of all time.

Engineer Thursday - Using the Wake on Shake

April 25, 2013 16

Check out these projects using the Wake on Shake board!

Creating a Custom Tilt Sensor

March 3, 2014 11

While designing our new Simon Tilts Through Hole Soldering Kit, we ultimately found that the best solution for the tilt sensor involved creating a custom plastic part. Here is the story of this project - including a couple interviews with the people that helped us along the way.

IT Update

April 21, 2011 61

What's going on at SFE IT? Here's a quick update to find out!

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.

Set Your Project Free

May 31, 2011 25

Announcing a new class series all about XBee!

Have a Cool Project?

January 15, 2010 32

If you are working on a project, people (like us!) want to know!

This Project Is Just a Roll of the Dice

April 30, 2010 10

Check out this cool dice project - no electronics, but pretty darn awesome.

Finding an Enclosure for Your Project

November 6, 2014 21

Good ways to find unique and affordable enclosures for your projects.

High Altitude Balloon Project

July 6, 2010 25

How to launch a helium balloon to 100,000 feet and take a picture of the curvature of the earth. And then lose the whole contraption out in a wheat field somewhere unknown.

An Easter Project- Kinda

April 6, 2011 21

Check out the Peep Show - and no, it's not that kind.

Chris Taylor's Door Project

February 2, 2012 26

Check out this project inspired by "Young Frankenstein."

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Resources 20 found

Introductory Arduino Materials from Portland State University

February 6, 2014

A wide range of labs covering beginner and intermediate Arduino programming, DC and analog circuits, and two larger scale projects.

Squishy Circuits

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

This tutorial shows you how to make conductive and insulating dough with every day household ingredients and how to use it to explore how electricity work.

Processing and Interactivity for Educators

Derek Runberg February 6, 2014

This is a web-based curriculum designed for middle-schools and undergoing update and addition.

Data Collection with High-Altitude Balloons

Jeffrey Branson April 7, 2014

Design and build a high‑altitude balloon with SparkFun Electronics. This engaging project introduces tools for real‑world science and data collection.

HotSheets: Processing

Derek Runberg April 18, 2014

Are you looking for a gradual and project based way to learn Processing. Check out this set of HotSheets that take you from 0 understanding to awesome!

Resistance Board

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

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

XBee Wireless

February 6, 2014

Wireless communication using Xbee radios, including creating public and private networks, pin to pin data transfer and output to Processing sketches.

SXSWedu Panel - Build, Create, and Hack: Bringing STE(A)M into K-12

March 4, 2014

These are the materials presented at the SXSWedu Panel Presentation on March 4, 2014.

How to Solder Comic

February 6, 2014

This comic describes how to do plated through hole soldering in an easy to understand visual format.

LilyPad With Programming

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

Get started prototyping without a breadboard using the ProtoSnap LilyPad Development Board to control buzzers, vibration motors, RGB LEDs and more.

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.

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.

ProtoSnap

Lindsay Craig February 6, 2014

Teach digital and analog input and output using the RGB LEDs, buttons and buzzers with the ProtoSnap board.

Alan Smith's Curriculum

February 6, 2014

An introduction to Arduino, microcontrollers and electrical circuits by Alan Smith.

Getting Hands-On with Soft Circuits Guide from High-Low Tech Lab

February 6, 2014

Guide and projects for getting started in the world of sewable electronics by the High-Low Tech Lab at M.I.T.

LilyPad In-Depth

February 6, 2014

Learn how to create circuits that use a LilyPad microcontroller and what you need to program your microcontroller to react to input and provide output.

LilyPad and Sewable Circuits in Libraries

Angela Sheehan October 20, 2014

Tips for incorporating easy to use, scalable, and fun activities for library programs.

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.

HotSheets: Scratch

Derek Runberg April 18, 2014

These HotSheets cover a few basic introductory exercises at learning how to use Scratch and the PicoBoard.

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.

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

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Sylvia’s Super Awesome Arduino Book Projects The kit is now available! Guess what?! Super-Awesome Sylvia, star of Super-Awesome Sylvia’s Super-Awesome Maker Show, has a new book for you…

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)

Eagle Library

This part is contained within the SFE Eagle Library. The library can be downloaded from GitHub here. This means that if you are using Eagle PCB Design Software, you won’t need to create your own…

RoHS Compliance

What does RoHS Compliant mean? RoHS = Restriction of Hazardous Substance Directive Here is the European Union WEEE directive that started it all. If you've seen the trash can icon with an X imprin…

RoHS Compliance

What does RoHS Compliant mean? RoHS = Restriction of Hazardous Substance Directive Here is the European Union WEEE directive that started it all. If you’ve seen the trash can ico…

SparkFun Open House

SparkFun Open House We envision this as being an open house where employees of SparkFun can get together with SparkFun customers, friends, and family for a day of camaraderie, elec…

Hacker-In-Residence

The Hacker-in-Residence Program NOTE: This program has been discontinued! We had many great Hackers in Residence come through and do cool things and may open up the call again in the future, but as o…

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 …

Actobotics

Actobotics Actobotics is a robotics building system based around extruded aluminum channels, gears, precision shafts, and ball bearings. Thanks to the two standardized hole patterns, nearly all Actob…

OSHW

Open Source Hardware If a device or project has this icon, it means the plans must: Contain editable source files Allow for modification No discrimination against groups (Flying Spaghetti Monster) …

Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance Welcome to our Technical Support page! We have a small team of 6 technicians who are here to help you with Sparkfun products. Your ticket will be processed in the order that is i…

SparkFun Sponsorships

SparkFun Sponsorships August 2014 Silicon Chef Maker Camp Berlin ISWC Major League Hacking Illinois Project Pitch Foothils United Way Fab Lab in Siegen, Germany SXSW Eco Heat Seek NY Hack…

SparkFun IRC FAQ

So you’ve made it into the Official SparkFun IRC channel! (If not, please feel free to join us at #sparkfun on freenode!) We are a community of electronics enthusiasts that range from beginners…

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…

Press Release - November 25, 2009

Imagine a World Where Your Geek Can Shine Freely SparkFun ‘Free Day’ Promotion to Give Away $100,000 Worth of Products BOULDER, Colo. November 25, 2009 — On January 7th, 2010, Boul…

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…

Return Policy

We want you to love your new parts and gadgets! Sometimes your project changes or something is not working the way you thought it would. Never fear, we are here to help! 90 day unmodified return poli…

USB Buying Guide

USB Buying Guide One day in 1994, seven world-leading technology companies sat down and created a new standard for connecting computer peripherals. By “one day,” of course I mean, “…

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