Postbag Parts Galore. This postbag is from a number of packages that came to the Geek. Any Geek needs parts to survive, things like switches, jacks, cables, and cases.
- 01:00 Mini USB Jacks,
- 02:12 Banana Jacks
- 03:29 SPDT Slide Switches Breadboard compatible
- 05:15 18650 Battery Holders
- 05:49 BNC to gator clips cable
- 06:29 USB Volt/Amp/Watt/total time meter
- 08:30 Warch the Geek burn himself
- 08:49 Lever switches
- 09:20 Raspberry Pie Case
- 10:41 Case for W1209 Temp Thermostat control
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GMH-008 Postbag Led tester, Adafruit RGB matrix Hat, metal buttons. This is a postbag with a handful of items in it.
LED Tester for all types of LEDs
Adafruit RGB Matric Hat
Add a little Times Square to your displays, is a Rasberry HAT from Adafruit with a LED matrix display.
Requires the RGB matrix use the Hub75 standard. Adafruit also tossed in a Real Time Clock (RTC) on the same board.
Adafruit breadboard metal tactile switches
Classy breadboard switches? Yep made from metal and smooth as….
Some goodies from China. Electromagnetic Radiation Detector, Electronic Computer identifier, and Neodymium magnets.
This is my first video with “Charlotte” my overhead camera rig. Using a Logitech C630 webcam set at 720p. Please excuse any glitches as I master Camtasia for editing. I am not satisfied with how this video turned out, I will be looking into a new camera.
Special Shoutout to Julian Lett whose channel has been both educational and an inspiration for me to try something like it. Please visit and support his channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/julius2