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Here you find the Arduino Weather Shield, the Base Block for the Intel Edison Board, movable Arduino holders and more robot accessories from SparkFun

The 110 mAh E-Textiles Battery is the most suitable battery for powering your DIY projects involving wearable technologies. DISCONTINUED ARTICLE.

Connect, peel and stick! This adhesive antenna operating on the 2.4 GHz band can pick up any signals!

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Here is a small yet very handy accessory for your breadboard contraptions. Works with many standard AC/DC converters.

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The 5 x 10 cm Heating Pad by SparkFun is an accessory that can be very easily connected and integrated into creations to help you get safely through the winter!

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The 5V DC to DC Step Up Converter is an easy-to-use and perfect PCB for those applications that need to be small. Discontinued article.

This tiny module includes a complete inertial measurement unit, with an ADXL345 accelerometer and ITG-3200 gyro.

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This 6-Pin Stackable Header for Arduino will allow you to easily connect your compatible shields on an Arduino base.

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Do you need to turn your Intel® Edison into a true embedded navigation tool for your latest IoT creation? The SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison – 9 Degrees of Freedom is the ideal expansion board! DISCONTINUED.

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Because the Arduino-compatible 9 Degrees of Freedom IMU Stick by SparkFun is so small, it’s extremely practical for mobile electronics projects. DISCONTINUATED PRODUCT

This inertial measurement sensor Razor IMU has 9 degrees of inertial freedom due to its 3 embedded sensors. DISCONTINUED ARTICLE.

The 9 DoF Razor IMU M0 has a SAMD21 microprocessor and three 3-axis measuring instruments for accurately evaluating linear acceleration, angular rotation velocity and magnetic field vectors.

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The ADC Block for Intel® Edison by SparkFun provides your Intel® Edison microcontroller with an analogue-to-digital converter (ADC) communicating via your board’s I2C bus.

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