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SparkFun will be closed May 25, 2015 for Memorial Day. Orders placed after 2pm on Friday the 22nd will ship out on Tuesday. Thanks!

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Perl

Member Since: January 5, 2011

Country: United States

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AVR Development

  • Awesome job guys! I always wanted to play with them!

  • When I was using ps2 controllers I just cut off the end and crimped the wires into a rj-45 connector.
    I was working on writing this into a library, Never finished it.
    Glad someone else did.

  • The answer is t-1 ¾, but a 1206 is big enough to work with too.
    “Sparkfun sells common electronic components and create development kits to help hobbyist and entrepreneurs develop their own electronic projects, from making a LED blink or to making full blown robots.”
    Just for you. I hope it meets the Internet troll standered.

  • The answer is t-1 ¾, but a 1206 is big enough to work with too.
    “Sparkfun sells common eletronic componets and development kits to help hobbiest and entrepreneurs create thier own electronic projects, from making a LED blink or to making full blown robots.

  • Can you guys tell my why you chose the CY8C29466 and not an ARM or AVR based chip?

  • I also would like to see an infinite DOF focused lens.
    I would like to use it to track my robots absolute movements over a surface