Resistor 10k Ohm 1/6th Watt PTH

Resistor 10k Ohm 1/6th Watt PTH Australia
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Product ID: SF-COM-08374

$0.37

We have 22 units of the Resistor 10k Ohm 1/6th Watt PTH in stock at our Sydney warehouse.

If ordered before 2pm, this part would be delivered on or before Monday, Nov 26 to most parts of Australia.

We can get a further 212 units from SparkFun Australia.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Friday, Nov 23 and Wednesday, Nov 28 2018.

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Description

1/6th Watt, +/- 5% tolerance PTH resistors. Commonly used in breadboards and perf boards, these 10K resistors make excellent pull-ups, pull-downs, and current limiters.

Need more than one? Checkout our bag of resistors. If you need a bunch of these, you can get good bulk discounts on Digikey, part # : 10KEBK-ND

Documents:Breadboard Lecture, Sensor Interfacing, Voltage Dividers

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Light Dependent Resistor

Light-dependent resistors, also known as photo-resistors, are sensors that allow the detection of light. They are not only useful but are small and inexpensive. 

In this guide, you will learn to use a light-dependent resistor with the Arduino. We will use a Little Bird Uno R3 board, a mini breadboard, a 10k ohm resistor, some jumper wires, and a light-dependent resistor. You will learn to hook it up to the Arduino board, and measure the relative brightness of the environment.

Some examples of projects that require the use of light-dependent resistors include a noisemaker and a line-following robot.

Laser Sensor with Arduino

Ever seen grids of laser beams protecting valuables? Then you've probably seen a laser sensor module at work. The laser beams may seem high-tech, but the principles behind them are simple. 

In this guide, you will get familiar with the laser sensor module and use it with an Arduino to create a simple tripwire alarm system. It will let you know if anyone is sneaking about!

After completing this guide, you will understand how to use a laser sensor module and can go on to create projects of your own!