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What do you use to connect your Pmods to their host boards? We now have two new options, the 6-pin Pmod Cable Kit and the 12-pin Pmod Cable Kit.

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Have you recently gotten your hands on Digilent’s Autorange Digital Multimeter (DMM)? Are you just aching to start using it? Digilent’s Learn site has a couple of projects to get you started!

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What brightens up one of the last Fridays of the semester? Digilent’s WS2812 LED strips, especially when they’ve been configured into a display for fun games of Snake! This installment of the Digilent Show and Tell series on YouTube talks more about the the WS2812 LED Display our interns put together for ECEDHA.

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The Analog Parts Kit contains a large selection of components perfect for creating a wide variety of useful circuits & devices. Featuring Analog Devices components, the kit includes transistors, resistors, capacitors, diodes, sensors, and variety of useful ICs, including op amps, converters, and regulators. Finally, the kit also comes with an assortment of lead wires, a solderless breadboard, and a screwdriver.

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One of the most exciting moments about purchasing online is opening the box when you receive your order. With that in mind, we have a few fun unboxing videos for you all!

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I’ve been spending a lot of time with the chipKIT Cmod. It’s quickly becoming one of my favorite chipKIT boards to quickly prototype with. However…which pin is which?

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WS2812 LEDs are particularly popular in microcontroller projects. It make a lot of sense. Your first project with a microcontroller is “Blink LED”, so it only makes sense to blink LEDs in a more interesting way!

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