Product Updates! 2013-03-26

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Product Updates! 2013-03-26

We have a lot of new products updated recently, but there is no product updates post coming on time, sorry for this ūüėÄ I will add it now.

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We have 5 new products and new types of 2 variable products added this week, read information below.

If you have any request on electronic products, please contact us by tickets, online chat or email directly (, we will evaluate it and make it available in around 1-2 weeks.

PIC MCU Programmer K149 K150 V09 USB Connector

This a PIC programmer, with all SMD board design, design for large quantity production and great quality, you are using PIC, this is the firstly thing you may should have. Link Here.


Water drop Rain SensorWater or rain sensor, when the water comes on the board, resistance will change and detect the water or rain comes. After we have the dew sensor, soil dust sensor, humidity sensor and more, this is a new type of environment sensor we have.


DS18B20 Water-Proof Probe with Cable 2

This is the water-proof DS18B20 sensor, a stainless steel header and cable is fully covered in the tube, maybe useful in the fish tank.


RS232 DB Female to TTL Module (Max232 IC)

We already have a kind of RS232 to TTL converter cable, fully build verison, and now here is the new one. This one with directly 2.54 dupont pins, will be easy to use, and good for prototyping. It also used a simple MAX 232 IC.


PCF8591 ADC DAC Analog Digital Converter Module

PCF8591 DAC or ADC converter board, includes¬†¬†four analog inputs, one analog output and a serial I2C bus interface.This board can used in a lot of cases, like sampling, read voltage level, and so on, we will add more¬†continuous tutorial about it soon, just don’t forget it and you will think it useful soon!

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  • poulbran Reply

    At this rain sensor with a temp sensor and the Weather station will be much cooler to get data from.

    September 12, 2016 at 8:53 am

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