TinyLily


This TinyLily Mini Starter Kit lets you really get going to create some cool projects with the TinyLily Mini! This kit contains 2 TinyLily Mini processor boards, a USB Adapter, and multiple e-textile accessories.

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This TinyLily Mini Basic Kit has the bare essentials to get going with the TinyLily e-Textile system. This kit includes a TinyLily Mini Processor Board and a TinyLily Mini USB Adapter.

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The TinyCircuits TinyLily Mini is an Arduino compatible module in an ultra compact package. Designed to be used in e-textile and wearable applications.

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The TinyLily Mini USB Adapter lets you program your TinyLily Mini processor, provides power, and can be used for communication

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Connect up your TinyLily Mini to standard battery packs that use the JST SH connector (the kind that we sell at TinyCircuits). You can also use this without the JST connector with two large through holes to connect to an external power supply or battery pack.

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When TI came out with the world’s smallest DC motor driver chip, we knew we had to build a board around it. Based around the 2mm x 2mm TI DRV8837 Motor Driver (H-Bridge) IC, this board is incredibly tiny at only 10mm in diameter, yet can drive a 5V 500mA motor!

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A standard size LED in an extremely compact size of 10.2mm x 4mm, with two standard TinyLily sewtabs and a current limiting resistor, so you don’t have to worry about blowing it up or adding an external resistor.

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So you want the smallest possible sewable LED for your project? Try out the TinyLily LED 0402 which sports a total size of just 6.5mm x 2.5mm!

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A nice tiny washable switch (the switch itself is just 3x3mm) in an extremely compact size and incredibly thin. This is a momentary push switch, the two contacts are connected when the switch is pushed and open when it’s released.

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This is a standalone Lithium battery charger which lets you charge up your batteries from a micro USB cable. The battery can connect to a JST SH connector (the battery connector on the batteries that we sell at TinyCircuits). You can also use this without the JST connector with two large through holes to connect to an battery pack.

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