TinyCircuits Portfolio of Tiny Open Source Electronics Available Globally from Digi-Key

by Ken Burns August 29, 2017

TinyCircuits Portfolio of Tiny Open Source Electronics Available Globally from Digi-Key

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THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minnesota, USA - August 29, 2017 — 

TinyCircuits' selection of small-size open source electronics, including the TinyDuino, is available for immediate shipment worldwide through Digi-Key Electronics, a global electronic components distributor, thanks to a new distribution agreement between the two companies.

TinyCircuits are used by thousands of people in over sixty countries worldwide to create a variety of projects, from Makers creating projects at home to engineering students in the top universities doing cutting-edge research.

Image of TinyCircuits ASK1005 TinyScreen Basic Kit

TinyCircuits ASK1005 TinyScreen Basic Kit

"We are excited to partner with Digi-Key to bring the TinyCircuits platform to electronics professionals worldwide," said Ken Burns, President of TinyCircuits. "Digi-Key is the go-to place for getting quality electronic components rapidly – a feature heavily used by engineers in all stages of product development – and adding our products will allow engineers and product designers to rapidly test out concepts and develop products more quickly and efficiently."

TinyCircuits' main product is the TinyDuino, an Arduino-compatible platform the size of a US quarter. The TinyDuino platform is completely modular and works like tiny electronic building blocks, so users can easily add complex functions, like GPS, Wi-Fi, motor control, or graphics displays to projects just by plugging the expandable modules (called TinyShields). Ideal applications include Maker projects, IoT, prototyping, and educational learning.

"We're pleased to partner with TinyCircuits and offer their easy-to-use and innovative electronic components to our customers around the world," said David Stein, VP, Global Semiconductors at Digi-Key. "The quick miniaturization of Arduino-compatible projects through a simple connector interface as well as the ability to rapidly create prototypes and test new concepts will allow engineers, designers, and Makers to get their products to market faster and easier."

For more information about TinyCircuits and to see their entire product listing, please visit their Supplier Center page on the Digi-Key website.

About TinyCircuits

TinyCircuits is a maker of tiny open source electronics that let users create their own miniature electronic projects. The main product line is the TinyDuino platform - an Arduino compatible platform the size of a US Quarter. The TinyDuino platform is completely modular and works like tiny electronic LEGOs, so complex functions, like GPS, Wi-Fi, motor control, or graphics displays can easily be added to projects just by plugging the expandable modules (called TinyShields).

About Digi-Key Electronics

Digi-Key Electronics, based in Thief River Falls, Minn., is a global, full-service distributor of both prototype/design and production quantities of electronic components, offering more than six million products from over 650 quality name-brand manufacturers. With over 1.3 million products in stock and an impressive selection of online resources, Digi-Key is committed to stocking the broadest range of electronic components in the industry and providing the best service possible to its customers. Additional information and access to Digi-Key's broad product offering is available at www.digikey.com.



Ken Burns
Ken Burns

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Founder and President of TinyCircuits



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