Currently only carrying the SOIC-8 version
Is anyone else as interested in micro-robotics as I am? These tiny solar cells are perfect for making small BEAM robots, or adding a little power boost to your tiny IoT sensor. Maybe infinitely powered LED throwies? Who knows!? When I found these I know I had to make them a little more accessible for the average tinkerer.
These come in an SOIC-8 Package and have an open circuit voltage of around 4V. They include a built in diode which is needed in most standard solar applications, but can by bypassed with a simple jumper. Breadboard compatible for testing.
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