[chbot] Random electrioncs stuff looking for a home.

Geoff sdfgeoff at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 10:00:58 GMT 2016

Any chance you can hold on to these for another week or two? I'd love to
have them but am currently in Germany. I'll be back in NZ the 22nd of

Otherwise, I already have some of this stuff, so if someone else comes
along and grabs them first, I'm not concerned


On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 10:54 PM, Michael Field <hamster at snap.net.nz> wrote:

> I got some new toys, so I'm having a clear-out to make room.
> Does anybody know of a good home for some bits and bobs that I haven't
> touched in ages, and most likely won't get around to using again.
> Things like:
> - A TI TM4C123G development board ( http://www.ti.com/tool/ek-tm4c123gxl
> ) as used in the University of Austin EdX Embedded Systems course (
> https://www.edx.org/course/embedded-systems-shape-world-utaustinx-ut-6-03x
> )
> - A breadboard, and a jumper wire kit
> - A breadboard power supply (something like
> https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10804 ), with a suitable plugpack
> - Some wire jumpers (M/M, M/F and F/F)
> - A slightly dodgy DMM (the probe sockets are a sloppy, but still OK for
> low voltage things). I'll even change the battery :-)
> - A random selection of misc components (e.g. LEDs, caps, resistors, a few
> misc semiconductors, tactile switches...)
> - An Arduino clone of some description, and a few shields I've never
> really used for much
> - A not-too-brutal mains powered soldering Iron, and some solder
> - A pair of wire cutters
> - A handy-dandy shoe box, or maybe a click-clack box
> I'm thinking an eager student or beginner who is lacking in things to
> tinker with.... can be picked up in either Sydenham or I can drop it off in
> the west of the city, Halswell or Lincoln areas.
> Send me an email off list if you want - I'll also post to the list when it
> has found a home.
> Mike
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