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Modular 2/5 amp stepping motor driver

2.5 Stepper Motor Driver (Modular unit)

$45.00
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White prototyping breadboard with 30 tie strips and two power rails on each side.

White Prototyping Breadboard (2x30 columns of tie strips and 2x2 rows of power strips)

$7.95
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18.432 MHz Crystal Oscillator 18pf 30ppm

$0.94
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16 MHz Crystal Oscillator 20 pF Through Hole

$0.75
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Thumbnail: A bundle of 65 jumper wires of various length and color. Bound together with the male connectors shown in the foreground.

Bundle of 65 Male to Male Flexible Jumper Wires

$8.95
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40 pin IC Socket with mechanical pencil in background for scale.

40 pin IC Socket

$0.89
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Newbie Hack Shirt Back
Tumbnail: 62 oz-in NEMA 17 Stepping motors (also called stepper motor)

NEMA 17 Stepping Motor (62 oz-in 5mm single shaft)

$19.95
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NEMA 23 Stepping Motor 100 oz

NEMA 23 Stepping Motor

$24.95
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Nema 11 stepper motor

NEMA 11 Stepping Motor (16.7 oz-in)

$17.95
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Quad Buffer Line Driver 74HC126E

quad buffer line driver 74HC126E
quad buffer line driver 74HC126E

Introduction:

This chip enables you to control a digital signal line. You can turn off, or on a line when you need to, and the signal is conditioned since the output is an open collector. There are four (4) buffers (line drivers) in this chip. The output must be pulled up to a voltage source. If you don't use some of the buffers in your application, bring them to ground or vcc.

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Quad Buffer Line Driver (Through Hole)

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Learn about the Quad Buffer Line Driver 74HC126E

Part 1: Making a circuit for the Atmel AVR Atmega32 microcontroller to light up an LED (Light Emitting Diode). The circuit consists of an LED, a resistor of the appropriate value to limit current to ...
Physically wiring the circuit for an LED (Light Emitting Diode) to a microcontroller and a resistor so we can turn the LED on and off.
Part 2: Making a program for the Atmel AVR Atmega32 microcontroller to light up an LED (Light Emitting Diode). The circuit consists of an LED, a resistor of the appropriate value to limit current to ...
Schematic on paper of one button with hardware debouncing and two LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) connected to an AVR microcontroller. The push button switch is connected to pin 1 on PORT B and the LEDs...
Breadboard circuit of one button with hardware debouncing and two LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) connected to an AVR microcontroller. The push button switch is connected to pin 1 on PORT B and the LEDs...