Come see us at RARSFest, Saturday April 2

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We will be at the 44th Annual RARSFest in Raleigh, North Carolina Saturday April 2nd, from 8AM to 3:30.

We will have many items from our site for sale.

We will be sharing a table with the guys and gals from Triembed, Splatspace, Imagination Station, The Forge Downtown, SDevCS, and others. It's going to be awesome!


Wireless Charging PCB Module 5-12V


The Wireless Charging Module can be applied in electronic equipment in common use for close wireless charging or power supply. Consisted of a transmitter and insulation coil, it could serve as a replacement for the Wireless Power Supply with stable 5V output voltage and maximum 700mA output current. Its small size and insulation coil is more suitable for using in wireless project.

Both transmitter and receiver's insulation coil are built-in the PCB.

Price: $7.90

Finding the right resistor

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To kick off our new chapter of operations here at Anibit, we've released a new utility.

We've had this one on the back burner for a long time, but we finally made soup of it.

Introducing the LED resistor calculator!


It's an HTML5 based tool that you can use to play with parameters in a simple LED circuit and quickly find the right resistor for your situation.


Check it out right now here!

Back in action! (for real this time)

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We've been slow to update content on the site lately, and a HUGE reason behind that was that we were simply more concerned about the performance and stability of the the site that the contents itself. I use "we" a lot in the vernacular of this site, but in truth Anibit is just one guy. I have a loving wife and family that supports me and occasionally helps out (or puts up with me), but I have no staff, I do it all. I use "we" so that when I have a staff of 10,000, I don't have to make one of them edit all the pages. In seriousness, it helps me to make it feel more like a real company, that it is more than just "me", it is me and Anibit, "we". But I manage the software, maintain the patches, enter content, create graphics, develop code, debug code, measure performance, research new products, develop new products, and do software development consulting and laser services. I'm constantly feeling like I'm spread to thin to get anything done, yet constantly amazing with myself when I look back at what I've accomplished. This summer took much of the wind out of my sails with a tragic personal event, and I've struggled to make a full comeback since.


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