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Member Since: June 7, 2010

Country: United States

  • Tutorial - 12ft GPS Wall Clock | about 3 years ago

    Any links to where you can find the styrene sheets? I’m having a hard time finding them at my local Home Depot.

  • Product COM-09261 | about 3 years ago

    Can anyone tell me what the fuse setting for this are? I want to burn the Arduino bootloader on this chip, and if necessary, reset the fuses to run it at 5V @ 16MHz for my project. However, I don’t want to have to sacrifice board space for the ATMega with the Arduino bootloader pre-burned, because that one is only sold in a PDIP package.
    I know that there is a lack of supply of these chips at this time, but I think that once their back in stock and Atmel has things sorted out, it would be a good idea to sell these chips with the Arduino bootloader and corresponding fuses pre-burned, at a raised price, just as you did with the PDIP version of the chip. This would give people with less coding experience and more soldering experience the chance to embed a microcontroller in their project, whilst saving board space and retaining the ease of programming in the Arduino environment.

  • Product PRT-10217 | about 3 years ago

    From what I understand, this will work perfectly fine with your 6Ah LiPo battery. Can someone please confirm this, because I’d hate to get a 40 dollar battery and then have a charger that didn’t work.
    If it dosen’t work with the 6Ah LiPo, can you please point me to one that will.

  • Product COM-00679 | about 3 years ago

    Can anyone give me a link to where, if anywhere, the individual LED’s that are used on this module are sold?
    I am making a 4' long minature of the 12' long GPS Wall Clock(I have limited wall space!), and I need a LED for my colons that matches the segments both in color and intensity. Unfortuantly, I can’t fit one of these modules inside af a colon.

  • Product COM-00589 | about 3 years ago

    Before I buy this, just to get it clear:
    1. Will this work without a hitch in a 5V circuit?
    2. Will it serve the same function as the FTDI FT232RL that is used for serial data transmission in the Arduino Duemilanove?
    3. Are the V+ and V- lines a reference voltage generated by the IC, or are they input voltages that the user has to supply?
    I think that the answers are:
    1. Yes.
    2. Yes.
    3. Internally generated voltages.
    But I am not 100% sure. Can someone please clarify?

  • Product COM-00316 | about 3 years ago

    Before I buy this, just to get it clear:
    1. Will this work without a hitch in a 5V circuit?
    2. Will it serve the same function as the FTDI FT232RL that is used for serial data transmission in the Arduino Duemilanove?
    3. Are the +8.5V and - 8.5V lines a reference voltage generated by the IC, or are they input voltages that the user has to supply?
    I think that the answers are:
    1. Yes.
    2. Yes.
    3. Internally generated voltages.
    But I am not 100% sure. Can someone please clarify?

  • Product DEV-09712 | about 3 years ago

    There was a design flaw exposed earlier about the orientation of the xbee board when using an xbee with a chip antenna. Has anyone had any trouble using the fio with a chip antenna xbee. I don’t want to get this and have my project not function properly, but I also don’t want to have to include any aerials.<br />
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    My project will operate over fairly short distances, < 50 ft, with little to no physical barriers in the signal path.<br />

  • Product LCD-00256 | about 4 years ago

    Can anyone tell me what size resistor to use when using the back light, or is the resistor built-in?

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