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Price Drop Alert on Velleman Do-It-Yourself Kits and Tools!

October 30, 2013 Leave a comment

Velleman Price Drop Sale

Price Drop Alert! Hurry and get great pre-holiday deals on all Velleman DIY kits and tools!

1. Velleman VTMUS3 Crimping Tool Kit for Network Cables – Normally $110.00 Hot Deal $88.96

Velleman VTMUS3 Crimping Tool Kit for Network Cables

  • Crimping tool
  • LAN tester
  • UTP/STP wire stripper/cutter
  • Punch down tool
  • 125 Modular plugs

2. Velleman VL2500HUF Ultrafast Charger for Ni-MH AA and AAA Batteries – Normally $107.40 Hot Deal $64.70

Velleman VL2500HUF Ultrafast Charger for Ni-MH AA and AAA Batteries

  • Charges one to four batteries at a time
  • Automatic charge current selection
  • Includes adapter for charging batteries in your car

3. Velleman DVM3218 Pen-Type Digital Multimeter – Normally $67.90 Hot Deal $41.96

Velleman DVM3218 Pen-Type Digital Multimeter

  • Auto range or manual range
  • Data-hold function
  • Auto power-off
  • Diode and continuity test
  • Voltage measurements, current measurements,resistance measurements

Click here to check out all of our Velleman products!

Learn How USB Sends and Receives Information with this USB Tutor Kit

February 1, 2013 Leave a comment

hpc_76499_020113Learn how USB programs work and learn basic computer programming with this USB Tutor Module. Learn how to input sensor readings into your computer. See how pressing a button generates code, send it to the PC, and generates a response. After you’ve learned what USB can be used for, use the kit to monitor various sensors and send their info to your PC. Includes a primer on Basic 2010 programming.

  • Learn what you can do with your computer’s USB port
  • Compatible with USB 1.1 to 2.0
  • Use to send sensor info into your computer

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Compact Multimeter Makes Reading Measurements in Tight Spaces a Breeze

April 11, 2012 Leave a comment

Velleman DVM3218 Pen-Type Digital MultimeterVelleman DVM3218 Pen-Type Digital Multimeter is perfect for the field technician and DIY’r alike. Ease of use and pen-style design allows you to perform tests in closed in areas not easily accessible by a typical multimeter. A convenient LCD screen on the side offers clear indication of your readings.

Features:
DC voltage: 340mV/3.4V/34V/340V/600V

  • Basic accuracy: ± 0.8% for 340mV range / ± 1.0% for 3.4V~340V range / ± 1.2% for 600V range
  • Input impedance: 10Mohm
  • Maximum input: 1000Vdc

AC voltage: 3.4V/34V/340V/600V

  • Basic accuracy: ± 1.2% for 3.4V~340V range / ± 1.5% for 600V range
  • Input impedance: 10Mohm <100pF
  • Frequency range: 40-400Hz
  • Maximum input: 1000V

DC current: 34mA/340mA

  • Basic accuracy: ±1.5%
  • Overload protection: 0.4A / 250V fuse

AC current: 34mA/340mA

  • Basic accuracy: ± 1.8% for 34mA range / ± 2.0% for 340mA range
  • Overload protection: 400mA/250V fuse

Resistance: 340/3.4K/34K/340K/3.4M/34M

  • Basic accuracy: ±0.8% for 340 Ohm range / ±1.2% for 3.4K~340K range / ±2.0% for 3.4M range / ± 3.0% for 34M range
  • Overload protection: 500V

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Easy to Use Tool for Making Soldered Connections

April 9, 2012 Leave a comment

Velleman VTSS5U Adjustable Temperature Soldering Station, 50 WattThe Velleman 50 Watt Soldering StationBasic Temperature Controlled Soldering Station is perfect for the Hobbyist and is used for installation, repairs, and limited production work*. This temperature-controlled soldering station consists of an electrical power supply and a soldering iron, and is most commonly used for soldering electronic components and PCBs. This particular soldering station is to be used only for soldering/desoldering electric and electronic components in printed circuit boards and modules, for tinning PCB tracks and cable ends and for repairing cable connections. It supplies heat to melt solder so that the solder can flow into the joint between, and connect, two work pieces. Low-grade soldering irons offer less than 20 Watts of power and mid-grade 20-30 Watts – this iron offers 50 Watts – so you’ll get a longer-lasting tool that will work for a much wider variety of applications and you’ll get proper heat control.
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Learn How USB Sends and Receives Information

April 9, 2012 Leave a comment

Learn how USB programs work and learn basic computer programming with this USB Tutor Module. Learn how to input sensor readings into your computer. See how pressing a button generates code, send it to the PC, and generates a response. After you’ve learned what USB can be used for, use the kit to monitor various sensors and send their info to your PC. Includes a primer on Basic 2010 programming. Read more

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