Welcome again, everybody! It is Friday and that implies new merchandise – this week we now have six! Our new 2D Barcode Scanner Breakout is in a position to discover 20 other 1D and 2D codes and will attach by way of a easy USB-C interface. Subsequent up, introduced on Monday, we now have Raspberry Pi’s new PoE+ HAT to be had for pre-order. Closing up this week, we now have four new cables that may in reality support your breadboard potency. Now, let’s bounce in and take a more in-depth glance!
Theis a nifty little breakout board that includes the DE2120 barcode scanner module from DYScan. The DE2120 reads 20 other barcode symbologies (each 1D and 2D) the use of a digital camera coupled with on-board symbol processing to spot and decode the entirety from UPC codes to QR codes. The module additionally options two LEDs: one for illumination and one to challenge the pink line that you are used to seeing from laser-based scanners.
Theis designed to switch the present in all new and present designs. Like the unique, the PoE+ HAT means that you can energy your Raspberry Pi the use of networks. The PoE+ HAT meets the entire necessities of the IEEE 802.3af (802.3at Kind 1, PoE+) specs. This ups the ability the community can provide from 15.4 watts (PoE) to twenty-five.5 Watts (PoE+) over CAT5 cable.
The Raspberry Pi PoE+ HAT is to be had for pre-order and does no longer come with a Raspberry Pi. Orders are anticipated to be fulfilled by way of overdue June and within the order they’re gained.
We wrap up the day with those new breadboard-friendly JST cables. Whether or not you want a, , , or cable, we now have you lined!
That is it for this week! As all the time, we will’t wait to look what you are making! Shoot us a tweet @iandroid.eu, or tell us on or Fb. We’d love to look what tasks you’ve made! Please be secure available in the market, be sort to one every other, and we will see you subsequent week with much more new merchandise!
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