Raspberry Pi & Maker goodies
Curated range of best of breed products.
This board makes connecting wires to the Raspberry Pi GPIO incredibly easy. It's a reference board that makes it really easy to see if you're connecting your wires correctly.
Nothing makes a project harder to maintain than a lot of loose wiring. That's why we like to use terminal blocks whenever making PCB-to-wire connections. These are 2.54mm spaced blocks so they fit easily into perf. or proto-boards.
Aww yeah, it's the Feather you have been waiting for!
This Color TFT Display is the size of your thumbnail and we think it's T-F-Terrific!
The 1.3" 168x144 SHARP Memory LCD display is a cross between an eInk (e-paper) display and an LCD. It has the ultra-low power usage of eInk and the fast-refresh rates of an LCD.
If you'd like a compact display, with buttons and a joystick - we've got what you're looking for. The Adafruit 128x64 OLED Bonnet for Raspberry Pi is the big sister to our mini PiOLED add-on.
Metro is Adafruits series of microcontroller boards for use with the Arduino IDE. This new Metro M0 Express board looks a whole lot like their original Metro 328, but with a huge upgrade. Instead of the ATmega328, this Metro features a ATSAMD21G18 chip, an ARM Cortex M0+. It's the first Metro that is designed for use with CircuitPython!
Thermocouples are very sensitive, requiring a good amplifier with a cold-compensation reference, as well as calculations to handle any non-linearities. For a long time we've suggested the MAX31855K breakout, which works great but is only for K-type thermocouples. Now we're happy to offer a great new thermocouple amplifier/converter that can handle just about any type of thermocouple, and even has the ability to give you notification when the temperature goes out of range, or a fault occurs. Very fancy!
If you're looking for the most compact lil' display for a Raspberry Pi (most likely a Pi Zero) project, this might be just the thing you need!
AdaBox003 – The World of IoT (Curated by Digikey) is the perfect gift for folks who are just getting started in the world of DIY electronics. It's an excellent introduction to the wide world of the Internet of Things