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    Breadboard Regulated Power Supply 5V/3.3V

    Breadboard Regulated Power Supply Breadboard
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    Breadboard Regulated Power Supply 5V/3.3V

    This  Breadboard power supply takes power from a 6 to 15V DC power supply and outputs a selectable 5V or 3.3V regulated voltage using a switch. This board can be easily inserted into a breadboard using a .1″ (2.54 mm) headers mounted on the bottom of the PCB.

    R 110.50 R 80.50
    • USD: $ 5.54
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    EasyRelay1 Shield

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    EasyRelay1 Shield

    Easy Relay1 Shield is a simple Arduino add-on commonly known as Shield. It gives your Arduino the ability to control a single electromechanical relay for switching larger loads and devices like AC or DC Motors, electromagnets, solenoids, and incandescent light bulbs.

    R 136.00 R 95.00
    • USD: $ 6.54
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    GSM Booster

    GSM Booster pin-compatible replacement for Telit GM862-QUAD module
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    GSM Booster pin-compatible replacement for Telit GM862-QUAD module
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    GSM Booster

    GSM Booster is a pin-compatible replacement for Telit GM862-QUAD module while retaining the same form factor of this popular module. GSM Booster contains Telit’s new GL865-QUAD GSM module, MMCX GSM antenna connector, SIM card holder, etc.

    It can be used on existing MikroElektronika development boards designed for the GM862.

    R 1,050.00 R 735.00
    • USD: $ 50.62
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    PICPLC16 v6

    PICPLC V6 Development Board
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    PICPLC16 v6

    PIC-based PLC Development Board used to develop industrial, home or office control devices.

    The system features GSM/GPRS communication, 16 relays, 16 optocoupled inputs, RS485, RS232, serial Ethernet, etc.

    R 2,300.00 R 1,500.00
    • USD: $ 103.30

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