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Sam P

Member Since: June 12, 2010

Country: United States

  • Does anyone know what "version" of the lepton module this is? I think I broke my breakout board and would like to get a new one, but all the bob's I can find are for Lepton 2.x and 3.x and i suspect they are not compatible.

  • Thanks for adding that. I just know it as "that thing I had to write a driver for" and have seen more of that datasheet than I care to remember, but most people probably don't have the same history with it as me :P

  • "...CH340G requiring fewer driver installs..." Cool (Code link for those of you who care)

    "...a rock solid microB connector with through hole anchoring. " Smart

    "... provide up to 600mA,..." meh

    "...with full thermal and reverse circuit protection..." This should be the default on all dev boards ever

    "a Qwiic connector to the edge of the board to allow for quick and seamless connection to our ever-growing line of I2C based Qwiic products." cool i guess

    "And for more advanced users we’ve added an I/O jumper. Cut the trace to 5V and solder a jumper to the 3.3V side and the board will run at 3.3V. This is extremely handy if you have a shield or 3.3V sensitive devices, such as an SPI interface, that needs protecting." Fan-freeing-tastic. Final a board I can use for experiments with a small jumper change.

  • Can you add more hours to the day so I actually have time to compete? 4-6 should do it.

  • This is quite possibly the dumbest thing I have ever seen. I love it.

  • Eh, don't feel too bad, the boards I work with can run $250,000 per board. Imagine having that in your lab and not being able to contact it.

  • FYI, the ball balancing robot is in the wrong order, the ball should be below the robot, not above. I had it like that for debugging(Convenient place to store the ball).

  • I would also like an explanation as to this price difference.

  • Is no one else bothered by the fact that she is a "computer engineer" that is programming games? Last I checked computer engineers do electronics or embedded, rarely do they program something as high level as games.

  • I think it is actually NEMA 17, I think the NEMA size refers to the body size, not the hole distance, but it is listed as NEMA 16 so im a bit confused. The whole dimensions match http://www.servocity.com/assets/images/555152_Schematic.jpg which comes from this page under NEMA 17 http://www.servocity.com/html/stepper_motor_mounts.html#.VE2TVfldUgl