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Member Since: March 14, 2010

Country: United States

  • You guys should stock a 5.5mm nutdriver for these nuts-- local hardware stores in the US don't always carry them (although I did find a 5.5mm socket at Sears). Also, I'd like to be able to get longer lengths, in single piece quantities.
    BTW this stuff isn't meant to be a substitute for 80/20-- it's much smaller than anything 80/20 makes. Whether it's better than Microrax or not depends on what you're doing with it.

  • The datasheet is a little vague on some things, but it mentions two additional application notes:<br />
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    AN332: Si47xx Programming Guide<br />
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    AN383: Si47xx Antenna, Schematic, Layout, and Design Guidelines<br />
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    You should consider hosting copies of these along with the datasheet.<br />

  • Eagerly awaiting the breakout board. I was looking at this chip just a couple of days before you announced you were carrying it.
    This would be a good match for your PRT-09216 3.3v step-up board.

  • What is the reason for using pin 8 instead of pin 10? Is there some advantage to doing it that way?

  • I think the Mega uses different pins for SPI. You'll need to make a different shield for that. There's a protoshield for the Mega that has plenty of space on it.

No public wish lists :(