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This terminal block is a great use for semi-permanent connections. Simply insert the wire and screw down the terminal to tighten the connection. This terminal block has a pitch of 0.137" (3.4798mm) where each contact is rated for 12A. Note: Colour may vary.
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Connect this to that with a set-screw coupler. These couplers are made of machined aluminum and have a spiral cut that makes them slightly flexible so they can be fit to two shafts even if they are not perfectly co-linear and will help reduce binding effects. The way they're cut, they're a little springy in the X Y & Z linear axis but not in the...
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This terminal block is a great use for semi-permanent connections. Simply insert the wire and screw down the terminal to tighten the connection. This terminal block has a pitch of 0.1" (2.54mm) where each contact is rated for 10A. Note: Colour may vary.
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The maximum frequency for this function generator is 5MHz. The different types of waveform this function generator can create are sine, square, triangle, and sawtooth types. This function generator is quite good as it has an output impedance of 50ohm! The resolution is 10mHz which has both TTL sync output and 60MHz frequency counter.
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Double up your power adapters with this wonderfully simple 2-way power jack splitter. All you have to do is connect a standard 5.5mm/2.1mm sized plug into one end, and behold, two identical plugs to use! We like the rugged molding on these adapters, and they're really handy when you have a project with multiple pluggable devices.
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This is a T8 300mm lead screw and brass flange nut set which can be self-locking. The T8 lead screw is perfect for high torque requirements of transmission, such as the aixs for 3D printer. The lead screw also can carry larger load than the threaded rod.
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This new Adafruit shield makes it easy to use a 16x2 Character LCD. We really like the Blue & White 16x2 LCDs we stock in the shop. Unfortunately, these LCDs do require quite a few digital pins, 6 to control the LCD and then another pin to control the backlight for a total of 7 pins. That's almost half of the pins available on a classic Arduino!