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We have a fun, new lighting product, just in time for the holidays.  The Chanzon features Red, Blue and Green channels, and can consume up to 10 watts of power. This produces quite a bit of light -- perfect for indoor and outdoor lighting projects. However, up until now, it was a bit of a challenge to use. It runs off 12V, requires a constant current driver (otherwise, it will burn up), and needs a beefy heatsink. Introducing the Chanzon RGB 10W LED Breakout!  Our breakout comes available with a constant current driver, which accepts low power PWM input from...

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Learn about how the HamShield amplifies its transmitter power.

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These Python examples will get you going with HamShield fast

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The parts to our Amateur Radio Robot, the HamRover, have arrived. To help us mock up the layout, we got out the good ol' scotch tape. The final rover will go in a water resistant case that we will mount on top of the chassis.  We will be making use of: Arduino Uno with HamShield: LoRa Edition, right angle SMA adapter, and SignalStick antenna 2.5W Solar Panel 900mA Solar Lithium Charger + 5V Booster 2x 18650 LiPo batteries wired in parallel (~4000mAh)  Tank tractor kit with dual motors L298N motor controller TTL serial JPEG camera MPU-9250 9 DoF sensor (Accelerometer...

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We have quite a few new products to announce this week. 8 Watt Power Amplifier (440MHz) Looking to add a bit of umph to your HamShield, HamShield Mini or HamShield: LoRa Edition? Check out our new 8 Watt amplifier. Set your RF output to 20-23 dBm, and with the proper voltage input into the amplifier, your signal will be boosted up to 8 watts! Although not intended for transceiving operations, this amplifier is great for repeater projects and beacons. Get your 8 Watt Power Amplifier here. VHF/UHF Splitter/Combiner  Want to transmit on VHF and receive on UHF using one antenna?...

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