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The ITP Battery Charging Station, currently located in the Student Lounge, can recharge NiMH-chemistry AAA, AA, C, D, 9 Volt cells. There's also a small charger for Lithium-Ion coin cells.
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The ITP Battery Charging Station, currently located next to the Equipment Room, can recharge NiMH-chemistry AAA, AA, C, D, 9 Volt cells. There's also a small charger for Lithium-Ion coin cells.
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The new ITP Battery Charging Station, currently located in the Student Lounge, can recharge NiMH-chemistry AAA, AA, C, D, 9 Volt cells. There's also a small charger for Lithium-Ion coin cells.
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The ITP Battery Charging Station, currently located in the Student Lounge, can recharge NiMH-chemistry AAA, AA, C, D, 9 Volt cells. There's also a small charger for Lithium-Ion coin cells.
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''Often available at the NYU computer store''
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'''!!! Alkaline batteries should never be put in any of these chargers. !!!'''

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'''!!! Alkaline batteries should never be put in any of these chargers !!!'''

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'''Alkaline batteries should never be put in any of these chargers.'''

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'''!!! Alkaline batteries should never be put in any of these chargers. !!!'''

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->Alkaline batteries should never be put in any of these chargers.

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'''Alkaline batteries should never be put in any of these chargers.'''

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* [[http://www.batteryholders.com/|Lots of other battery holders from Memory Protection Devices]]
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* [[http://www.keyelco.com/products/specs/spec01.asp|Surface mount coin cell retainers]]
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* [[http://www.keyelco.com/products/specs/spec01.asp|Surface mount coin cell retainers]]

!!Step-ups
* [[http://www.bodhilabs.com/vpack33v1.html|3.3 Volt step-up holders for AA and AAA]]
* [[http://www.bodhilabs.com/vpack50v.html|5 Volt step-up holders for AA and AAA
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* [[http://shopping.microbattery.com/s.nl/sc.2/category.708/.f|Microbattery stocks various sizes of coin cell clips]]
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* [[http://shopping.microbattery.com/s.nl/sc.2/category.708/.f|Microbattery stocks various sizes of coin cell clips]]
* [[http://www.keyelco.com/products/specs/spec01.asp|Surface mount coin cell retainers
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!!Battery Charging Station
The new ITP Battery Charging Station, currently located in the Student Lounge, can recharge NiMH-chemistry AAA, AA, C, D, 9 Volt cells. There's also a small charger for Lithium-Ion coin cells.

->Alkaline batteries should never be put in any of these chargers.


!!Battery Chargers
''Here's what we have at ITP:''

* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/maha-mh-c808m-battery-charger.htm|NiMH AAA, AA, C and D charger with 8 banks]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/maha-powerex-mh-c490f-9v-battery-charger.htm|NiMH 9 Volt charger with 4 banks]]
* [[http://www.powerstream.com/licoin-charger.htm|Lithium-ion charger, for 3.6 Volt rechargeable coin cells ONLY]]

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!!Rechargeable Lithium Ion Coin Cells
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!!Rechargeable Lithium-ion Coin Cells
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* http://www.powerstream.com/licoin.htm
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* [[http://www.powerstream.com/licoin.htm|Various sizes of Li-ion coin cells]]

!!Battery Holders

* [[http://www.radioshack.com/family/index.jsp?categoryId=2032264&cp=2032058.2032230|Radio Shack's assorted battery holders]]
* [[http://shopping.microbattery.com/s.nl/sc.2/category.708/.f|Microbattery stocks various sizes of coin cell clips]]
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""Available from  [[http://thomasdistributing.com//|Thomas Distributing]]""

* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--aa-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_106.html|AA Batteries]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--aaa-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_119.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|AAA Batteries]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--9v-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_109.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|9 Volt Batteries]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--c-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_247.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|C Cells]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--d-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_248.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|D Cells]]
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''Available from  [[http://thomasdistributing.com//|Thomas Distributing]]''

* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--aa-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_106.html|AA cells]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--aaa-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_119.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|AAA cells]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--9v-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_109.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|9 Volt batteries]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--c-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_247.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|C cells]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--d-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_248.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|D cells]]
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http://www.powerstream.com/licoin.htm

!!Basic Parts Kit
$58.95 + $34.95 for the arduino as of 8/31/07

This kit includes many standard parts used in the ITP physical computing labs.  It includes samples of the most  common components like resistors and capacitors; just enough to get you started.  It also includes a servomotor, DC motor, motor controller ICs, power connectors, and switches.  There's also an Arduino microcontroller in it as well.
(:table border = 0 width = 75% :)
(:cellnr:)
'''Resistors'''
* 10 - 10 Ohm
* 10 - 100 Ohm
* 10 - 220 Ohm
* 10 - 1K Ohm
* 10 - 10K Ohm
* 5 - 30K Ohm
* 5 - 100K Ohm
(:cell:)
'''Capacitors'''
* 5 - 22pF Disk
* 5 - 0.01uF Disk
* 5 - 0.1uF Disk
* 4 - 1uF Electrolytic
* 4 - 10uF Electrolytic
* 4 - 220uF Electrolytic
* 4 - 470uF Electrolytic
(:cellnr:)
'''LEDs'''
* 10 - red
* 10 - green
* 10 - yellow
* 2 - superbright red
* 2 - superbright white
* 2 - superbright blue
(:cell:)
'''Switches'''
* 1 - mini toggle
* 1 - slide
* 1 - Normally Open pushbutton
(:cellnr:)
'''Semiconductors'''
* 1 - Motor driver H-bridge (SN754410, aka L293)
* 2 - 5V regulator
* 2 - 3.3V regulator
* 2 - NPN2222A transistor
* 2 - 3.3V Zener diode
* 2 - Darlington Transistor (TIP120)
* 1 - photocell
* 1 - thermistor
* 1 - phototransistor

(:cell:)
'''Misc'''
* 3 - 10K potentiometer (breadboard mount)
* 3 - 10K potentiometer (panel mount)
* 3 - 6V DC motor
* 1 - DC Powerline male connector
* 1 - 9V Battery Snap
* 1 - Solderless Breadboard
* 2 - 2-position screw terminal block
* 1 - parts box
* 1 - 2-in-1 gearbox
* 1 - tact. momentary switch, board mount
* 1 - momentary switch, panel mount
* 1 - AA batter holder
* 1 - reed relay
(:tableend:)

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!!Basic Tool Kit
$27.95 as of 8/31/07

This tool kit includes the most basic electronic tools.  You'll use these on every project:
* Small 2-in-1 screwdriver
* Diagonal cutter
* Wire Stripper
* Needle Nose Plier
* 12V Voltage Adaptor
* USB Cable A-to-B, 6 ft.
* IC Extractor
* Digital Multimeter

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!!Supplemental Tool Kit
$38.95 as of 8/31/07

This tool kit includes some more electronic tools.  If you're not planning to do any more electronics work after Intro to Physical Computing, you probably don't need this kit. You can find these tools in the shop to use.  But if you do, it's a handy kit to have.
* Helping Hands
* 22AWG Red Wire Spool, solid core
* 22AWG Black Wire Spool, solid core
* 22AWG Yellow Wire Spool, solid core
* 22AWG White Wire Spool, solid core
* 22AWG Green Wire Spool, solid core
* Soldering Iron
* Extra Soldering Tip, Chisel
* Extra Soldering Tip, Conical
* Lead Free Solder
* Hemostat
* Tweezer
* Desoldering Wick
* Desoldering Pump
* Soldering Iron Stand
* Safety Goggles
* Tip Cleaner w/o stand
* Heat Sink
* Soldering re-work practice board with manual





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''Available from  [[http://www.powerstream.com|PowerStream]]''

* http://www.powerstream.com/licoin.htm
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!!Rechargeable NiMH (nickel metal hydride) Batteries
""Available from  [[http://thomasdistributing.com//|Thomas Distributing]]""

* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--aa-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_106.html|AA Batteries]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--aaa-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_119.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|AAA Batteries]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--9v-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_109.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|9 Volt Batteries]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--c-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_247.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|C Cells]]
* [[http://thomasdistributing.com/shop/-nimh-rechargeable--d-nimh-batteries-c-122_104_248.html?osCsid=kmanh78nlq4077p44ml6a0inb6|D Cells]]

!!Rechargeable Lithium Ion Coin Cells
http://www.powerstream.com/licoin.htm

!!Basic Parts Kit
$58.95 + $34.95 for the arduino as of 8/31/07

This kit includes many standard parts used in the ITP physical computing labs.  It includes samples of the most  common components like resistors and capacitors; just enough to get you started.  It also includes a servomotor, DC motor, motor controller ICs, power connectors, and switches.  There's also an Arduino microcontroller in it as well.
(:table border = 0 width = 75% :)
(:cellnr:)
'''Resistors'''
* 10 - 10 Ohm
* 10 - 100 Ohm
* 10 - 220 Ohm
* 10 - 1K Ohm
* 10 - 10K Ohm
* 5 - 30K Ohm
* 5 - 100K Ohm
(:cell:)
'''Capacitors'''
* 5 - 22pF Disk
* 5 - 0.01uF Disk
* 5 - 0.1uF Disk
* 4 - 1uF Electrolytic
* 4 - 10uF Electrolytic
* 4 - 220uF Electrolytic
* 4 - 470uF Electrolytic
(:cellnr:)
'''LEDs'''
* 10 - red
* 10 - green
* 10 - yellow
* 2 - superbright red
* 2 - superbright white
* 2 - superbright blue
(:cell:)
'''Switches'''
* 1 - mini toggle
* 1 - slide
* 1 - Normally Open pushbutton
(:cellnr:)
'''Semiconductors'''
* 1 - Motor driver H-bridge (SN754410, aka L293)
* 2 - 5V regulator
* 2 - 3.3V regulator
* 2 - NPN2222A transistor
* 2 - 3.3V Zener diode
* 2 - Darlington Transistor (TIP120)
* 1 - photocell
* 1 - thermistor
* 1 - phototransistor

(:cell:)
'''Misc'''
* 3 - 10K potentiometer (breadboard mount)
* 3 - 10K potentiometer (panel mount)
* 3 - 6V DC motor
* 1 - DC Powerline male connector
* 1 - 9V Battery Snap
* 1 - Solderless Breadboard
* 2 - 2-position screw terminal block
* 1 - parts box
* 1 - 2-in-1 gearbox
* 1 - tact. momentary switch, board mount
* 1 - momentary switch, panel mount
* 1 - AA batter holder
* 1 - reed relay
(:tableend:)

----

!!Basic Tool Kit
$27.95 as of 8/31/07

This tool kit includes the most basic electronic tools.  You'll use these on every project:
* Small 2-in-1 screwdriver
* Diagonal cutter
* Wire Stripper
* Needle Nose Plier
* 12V Voltage Adaptor
* USB Cable A-to-B, 6 ft.
* IC Extractor
* Digital Multimeter

----

!!Supplemental Tool Kit
$38.95 as of 8/31/07

This tool kit includes some more electronic tools.  If you're not planning to do any more electronics work after Intro to Physical Computing, you probably don't need this kit. You can find these tools in the shop to use.  But if you do, it's a handy kit to have.
* Helping Hands
* 22AWG Red Wire Spool, solid core
* 22AWG Black Wire Spool, solid core
* 22AWG Yellow Wire Spool, solid core
* 22AWG White Wire Spool, solid core
* 22AWG Green Wire Spool, solid core
* Soldering Iron
* Extra Soldering Tip, Chisel
* Extra Soldering Tip, Conical
* Lead Free Solder
* Hemostat
* Tweezer
* Desoldering Wick
* Desoldering Pump
* Soldering Iron Stand
* Safety Goggles
* Tip Cleaner w/o stand
* Heat Sink
* Soldering re-work practice board with manual





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