Friday New Product: Synapse, OpenBeam and BusBoard

Lets contabulate! And that means, as I recently learned, to cover with boards, which in our case are – breadboards. Today’s breadboard coverage is only partial, as we have other stuff to show off too:

Synapse “Getting Started” Transmitter Bundle
$49.99
Add a Wii Nunchuck and battery to this bundle and you’ll have a simple Joystick and 2 button interface for all kinds of wireless applications. Team this bundle up with a few Synapse Receiver bundles to control multiple high power LEDs!
Synapse “Getting Started” Receiver Bundle
$56.50
Wireless control of RGB lighting, my my how technology is progressing! Team a few of these bundles up with a single Synapse Transmitter bundle to have multiple high power LEDs controlled by a Wii Nunchuk!
OpenBeam Extrusion 360mm Length
$4.25
This is the ‘beam’ part of ‘Open Beam’, the central building component for the system.
OpenBeam Extrusion 600mm Length
$6.75
This is the ‘beam’ part of ‘Open Beam’, the central building component for the system.
SB830 Solderable PC BreadBoard (single-panel compatible)
$6.50
BusBoard makes lots of great prototyping PCBs. Here’s a convenient one that matches a regular 1-panel PC breadboard, with handy top-print overlay, and thinner interconnections for friendly track cutting.
SB1660 Solderable PC BreadBoard, Double-sized
$12.00
BusBoard makes lots of great prototyping PCBs. Here’s a convenient one that matches a double-wide PC breadboard.

Without a doubt, breadboards are better than any other boards (dreadboards, for example, or plain wood plank-type boards) because of the bread part. Especially with butter. And jam. Sometimes with peanut butter, or jello. For some of us, with caviar even. Mmmmm, is it time for lunch yet?