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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Reynolds Electronics - PicBasic Stamp 8051

They were an online store that have Parts and Kits for Embedded Systems like Stamp, PIC Micro,and 8051 Microcontroller Projects. (The Link below is a snapshot at Way Back Machine).

Reynolds Electronics - PicBasic Stamp 8051

The also have designs, books, Source Code, Schematics, Robotics Projects. Some Tutorials too for the beginner. See Micro-Bot

Micro Bot - Reynolds Electronics

This was one of the early website services that had PIC Kits and Some Designs online. Now we have the web full of Electronic PIC and Arduino Enthusiasts.

They have kits for
  • PicBasic Pro Compiler Projects
  • PICmicro Projects
  • 8051 Projects
  • Basic Stamp Projects
  • Single-Channel A/D
  • PIC Microcontrollers
  • Serial LED Display
It was at ....
(Reynolds Electronics
3333 S. Atlantic Ave., Unit 806 Daytona Beach Shores, FL. 32118, USA)

Monday, February 02, 2015

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“In the past I’ve spent time as an embedded designer and software engineer, consulted on textbooks, lectured about electricity education, designed science projects for kids, and built physics exhibits while running the electronics dept. at the Museum of Science in Boston.”