Easy to assemble, low-cost microcontoller board with two input and two outputs, ready for your project!Designed by MakersBox, Ships from United States of America
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Note: This is a revision. If you want to see the differences or need instructions for the original, see http://www.instructables.com/id/SnapNsew-An-Educational-Soft-Circuit-Platform/#step1. Embeddi...Read More…
Note: This is a revision. If you want to see the differences or need instructions for the original, see http://www.instructables.com/id/SnapNsew-An-Educational-Soft-Circuit-Platform/#step1.
Embedding electronics into textiles or projects is an exciting way to get kids interested in electronics. Unfortunately, the techniques necessary to create a robust project are not trivial. I've created this system which allows you to:
What you get
(Note: Uses a CR2032 battery which is not included due to shipping regulations. Obtain one locally or from Digikey.)
Not sure about making a kit? We've made it as easy a possible to assemble. Check out the detailed instructions at Instructables.com. Nothing could be better than creating a soft-circuit creation with a board you built yourself!
Jorge E | Oct. 12, 2016
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