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  • Product WRL-11049 | about a year ago

    i meant “45 (as rx), 46 (tx), and 47 (gnd), with 10 (3.3v)”

  • Product WRL-11049 | about a year ago

    Can someone give me a good idea on the pin numbers to use for the minimum 4 wire connection? On the diagram it looks like I could use 45 (as rx), 47 (tx), and 48 (gnd), with 10 (3.3v). I dont seem to be seeing any signs of life after using a Saleae Logic to verify that I am actually sending $$$ on 45. Are there other pins I should be using, or is this an ex-wifi module?

  • Product WRL-10505 | about 2 years ago

    and what does the “\x1BH” represent? is it needed for a GET?

  • Product WRL-10505 | about 2 years ago

    what do you mean here when you say data length? i think i understand it if you are doing a “POST” (i.e. the length or your post data?) but what is it referencing if i am doing a simple “GET”?

  • Tutorial - Lessons from Rebuilding Illumitune | about 2 years ago

    Wow, this is a great tutorial. I especially liked the way you explain how to look at the initial problem and the pointers on how to keep all of the individual parts organized. Very nice!

  • Product WRL-09954 | about 2 years ago

    are the tx and rx pins not accessable on the breakout board? is this because they are 3.3v and not 5v? it seems for me a lot cleaner to use simple serial instead of dealing with SPI.

    i would have assumed that they would be connected correctly for wiring right into the D0 and D1 pins for RX and TX on the arduino. to me that would make for super simple sending of commands and receiving data, is that not how its setup?

    I am connecting it to my fez domino. SPI seems to work as expected. The code for a serial port is much cleaner. however the diagram makes it look like they are only connected to the bridge, is that possible?

  • Product WRL-09087 | about 3 years ago

    shady, that is some funny sh#t, made me laugh out loud at work

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