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Lost Ion

Member Since: October 8, 2010

Country: United States

  • I would love to see the code.

  • @chipmc: The broken out 0.1" shaved headers can get you to the pin for alarm/interrupt. If the Qwic connector would have included this, it would not have the universal appeal of being Lego like. Your point reminds me of the upcoming Arduino Portenta connector, (aka Eslov self-identification port), but its extra pin is the wrong direction for your use case. Too bad they didn't choose the SM06B-SRSS-TB(LF)(SN) instead. I love how JST has pre-crimped wires that fit any in the SH family, alleviating the need for the pricey crimper tool.

  • One reason is if your local, there is no shipping (i.e. local pickup). Another is to support SparkFun, and their library and tutorial efforts.

  • The data sheet link is erroneous, as it is for a mating male connector.

  • Utter Tom Foolery... Your data has inspired me to calibrate my expectations on the extremes my project will endure. As a token of my appreciation for you and your teams efforts, my wish for you is that your children be shielded from the traumatization of gluten and soy. Go Olympic bad butts !

  • Pete, is the code for this project available ? How much current does it take ? Can you send one or more free ? I think the micro has to stay perfectly still as you accelerate or Brownian motion will disrupt any helpful flow. Edison (mostly marketing) got all of his best ideas from his lab genius Charles Batchelor (Tesla's bud). Instead of a cube, I'd like to try your schematic out with a Lissajous sphere as one MUST obey Paschen's law or the Townsend discharge will ionize in a way that doesn't take advantage of the valence bands energy gap. If you want to witness this phenomena, just put some color changing UV sensitive filament in your 3D printer and make a Faraday cage for any ol' Coulomb counting amplifier and operate it just before saturation. Busey has a lovely smile but his logic is suspect.

  • Sweet video Pete ! We'd love to see your code... EQ chip is compelling. Thanks for sharing.

  • You want reflow ?! I'll show you reflow...

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