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    NI myRIO Starter Accessory Kit

    NI myRIO Starter Accessory Kit Contents

    • Barrel connector with leads
    • Assorted capacitors
    • Diodes
    • 7-segment display
    • Mechanical rotary encoder
    • Photo interruptor (light sensor with LED) 
    • Assorted op-amps
    • Assorted LEDs 
    • Small DC motor (1 VDC to 3 VDC, no load speed: 6600 rpm) 
    • Microphone with audio jack
    • MXP Breadboard Accessory
    • Potentiometer (500 k?) 
    • Relay
    • Assorted resistors
    • Piezoelectric sensor
    • Photocell
    • 2 Hall effect sensors (latch and switch) 
    • Buzzer
    • Assorted switches (DIP, slide, and rotary) 
    • Thermistor (NTC: 10 k?, 25 degrees) 
    • Assorted transistors
    • Force sensing resistor
    • Wire kit

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    MFR Part #: 783068-01
    Availability: 2 in stock
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