Popular ICs for Electronic Projects. Integrated Circuits & Chips for everyday electronic projects.
Use this Decade Counter to create super simple LED chaser circuits! This chip turns on and off each of it's 10 outputs sequentially! Just give it a clock signal to set the speed of the chasing! This all too popular chip is useful in loads of applications.
Add some external memory that won't get erased when the power goes out! Great for low power Arduino projects where you want to turn off the system and save up to 32kbytes of data externally (that's 62 times Arduino's built-in storage)!
The MSGEQ7 is a seven band graphic equalizer chip used to detect the max peak of audio in each of the 7 bands and multiplex it together to provide a DC representation of the amplitude of each band. Very useful for audio projects!
This Optocoupler, also known as an optoisolator, is used to transfer electrical signals between 2 isolated circuits via light. Inside the optocoupler there is a photo-emitter and receiver that sends the signals from one circuit to the other. Useful for controlling large loads via microcontroller.
This Raspberry Pi B+ / A+ compatible RTC Module is the easiest way to keep time even when your Raspberry Pi or Arduino are turned off or reprogrammed! You'll have accurate time-keeping with backup battery included right on board!
The ATTiny is a great solution for running simple Arduino programs. The ATTiny85 is a tiny microcontroller you will use just like an Arduino UNO! Saves space and is the low cost solution for Arduino-based circuits.
Use this Op Amp to amplify, filter and add analog signals such as amplifying audio, conditioning sensor readings, and buffering analog signals. The TS922 is very popular in hobby electronics involving analog signals.