CALL 1-800-783-4624 today!
Or Order online
32-Bit Micro Experimenter Board
Piezoelectric Film Speaker Kit
Magic Box Kit
the fastest way to
The kit includes onboard 46
programmable I/O and USB, free software,
carefully documented step-by-step
experiments for USB, embedded web
server, graphics and audio, wireless, RTOS,
and file I/O. User pushbuttons, LEDs, and 32
kHz clock crystal. Can be used in solderless
breadboard environment or stand-alone.
Also supports Arduino
Subscriber’s Price $89.95
Non-Subscriber’s Price $93.95
As seen in the
issue, here is a great
project to amaze
your friends and to
unique way of
producing sound. Kit
contains one piece
of piezoelectric film,
speaker film stand,
PCB, components, audio input cable, and
construction manual. All you’ll need to add
is a battery and a sound source.
For more info, please visit our website.
Subscriber’s Price $69.95
Non-Subscriber’s Price $74.95
module is an
platform that is
used in a series
starting with the
March 2011 issue of
Nuts & Volts Magazine.
Developed by the CHIPAXE Team as a
bridge between PICs and Arduinos. The
module was designed specifically to match
the board outline, mounting holes,
connector spacing, and most of the
microcontroller I/O functions found on the
popular Arduino module.
Subscriber’s Price $18.95
Non-Subscriber’s Price $19.95
Sorting Counter Kit
As seen on the
April 2007 cover
16-Bit Experimenter Handbook
This unique DIY construction project
blends electronics technology with
carefully planned handcraftsmanship.
This clever trick has the observer remove
one of six pawns while you are out of the
room and upon re-entering you indicate
the missing pawn without ever
opening the box.
Includes an article reprint.
Subscriber’s Price $39.95
Non-Subscriber’s Price $45.95
Mini-Bench Supply Complete Kit
A small power
supply with +5V,
+12V, and -12V
outputs is a handy
thing to have
around when you’re
both op-amps and
Kit includes: Enclosure box, accessories,
DC-to-DC converter kit, switching
regulator kit, and article reprint.
For more information, please see the
“feature article section” on the of the
Nuts & Volts website.
Subscriber’s Price $76.95
Non-Subscriber’s Price $83.95
Sorting counters have many uses — keeping score, counting parts, counting people
— it is just a handy gadget to have around.
This is a very simple project for those who
want to learn to solder or are interested in
using microprocessors and how they function. No special tools are needed, just a
small tip soldering iron. It has no box as it
stands alone, therefore there is no drilling.
Subscriber’s Price $33.95
Non-Subscriber’s Price $39.95
As seen in the
July 2011 issue.
Transistor Clock Kit
From the series
of articles by
NE W! W!
This CD-ROM handbook contains:
200 pages of detailed instructions
and 41 experiments with 'C' software
examples.Also includes the experiments
for the dsPIC33.
For a complete list of kits and combos,
please visit our webstore.
Subscriber’s Price $64.95
Non-Subscriber’s Price $69.95
If you like electronic puzzles, then this kit
is for you! There are no integrated
circuits; all functionality is achieved using
discrete transistor-diode logic. The PCB is
10”x11” and harbors more than 1,250
components! For more info, see the
November 2009 issue.
Sale Price $199.95
PCBs can be bought separately.
WE ACCEPT VISA, MC, AMEX, and DISCOVER. Prices do not include
shipping and may be subject to change.
The Amateur Scientist 4.0
The Complete Collection
by Bright Science, LLC
There are 1,000
projects on this CD,
not to mention the
info and bonus
features. It doesn’t
matter if you’re a
looking to do their
first science fair
project or a super
freak; there are
enough projects on the single CD-ROM to
keep you and 50 of your friends busy for a
Reg $26.95 Sale Price $23.95
October 2011 77