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tonyo

Member Since: September 9, 2006

Country: United States

  • OK, great!, now:

    • offer different sizes of PCB breadboards
    • add plastic boxes with mounting holes so I can screw the breadboard into a box and have a semi-finished project!
  • OK, here's your elevator pitch:
    We sell electronic parts to beginners.
    80% of what they need they can buy from us.
    The other 20% they can get from Mouser and Digikey :-)

  • I bought two of these to get a wireless link going. They work fine, but configuration was a headscratcher until I realized that there is no echo of the characters you type until you hit the Enter key.
    To make a DIY battery pack, get size H DC power plug from Radio Shack (274-1571) and a 9v battery snap (270-324) and some batteries. Works great!

No public wish lists :(