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FAB LAB San Diego Message Board › Getting the parts for your Arduino project

Getting the parts for your Arduino project

Katie R.
user 13175070
Group Organizer
San Diego, CA
Hi everyone,

For Arduino 4 (non-programmers) and Arduino 3 (programmers), if you are interested in using your own parts, we encourage you to look around and bring items to class.  There are some things that we can have in stock, and others that you can source from the retailers listed below.  If you are working on something with extremely specific requirements, it might be best to find the things you need, rather than rely on our in-stock parts.
We have:
Servo motors
LCD displays
switches and push buttons
resistors
shift registers
photoresistors for light sensing
potentiometers
Infrared LEDs
Infrared receiver diode
LEDs
relays
transistors

You can bring:
stepper motors (we are down to 3 in stock)
drivers for stepper motors

Places to look for items:
https://www.sparkfun....­
http://www.mouser.com...­
http://www.jameco.com...­
http://www.digikey.co...­

-Katie
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