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  • Also, first page of the Business section. Article is more focused on DIY Drones but mentions the AVC and has a photo that is clearly Sparkfun HQ.
    Good job, guys! I was really surprised when I saw this!

  • I don't think it's so much ordering the part as it is finding the part. Both Mouser and Digikey assume that you know the exact part you need and that you know the "industry" name of your part. Sparkfun assumes much less technical knowledge and is thus much more attractive for the hobbyist or someone who is still learning.

  • I got this the second they came back in stock, the 2nd I think it was. TI's documentation is a little sparse, so it's taking me a little longer than usual to get going with this. Overall, it just can't be beat for the price. Plus, it's finally forcing me to move up from Arduino.

  • Look at the "Pinouts" link for the Miga Rotary 6P/. The first picture is the pinout for this device. Or just copy and paste this link.<br />
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    http://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Robotics/NM70R-Pinouts.pdf<br />
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    But yes, the datasheet is incorrect. It appears to be the one for the 6P.

  • its just the Sparkfun standard. Every single item on site has these cheaper priced listed under it. And the change all that for just three items..? (I am referring to the other two sharp IR sensors that Sparkfun sells)

  • could you explain a little more calle? If I put power through pin 2 to pin 9 (or vice versa) that means that depending if the power is on or not pin 1 or pin 10 will be connected to pins 5 and 6?

No public wish lists :(