Member #159801

Member Since: November 1, 2010

Country: United States

  • Product WRL-09976 | about 3 years ago

    The voltage regulator(MIC5205 Series 3.3 V 150 mA) on the board are only rated up to 150mA while the xbee pro versions needs 215mA. Beware if you buy as this board will not have the power needed to make a strong signal. I am having to resolder new voltage regulators to deal with this low amp output.

  • Product WRL-08687 | about 3 years ago

    The voltage regulator on the board is only rated up to 80mA while the xbee pro versions needs 215mA. Beware if you buy as this board will not have the power needed to make a strong signal. I am having to resolder new voltage regulators to deal with this low amp output. Thanks sparkfun…

  • Tutorial - LS20031 GPS Assembly Guide | about 3 years ago

    I have used the above example and I have gotten it to work fully. I also used parts of the example from http://diydrones.com/profiles/blogs/using-the-5hz-locosys-gps-with. I used the commands from DIY to have GPS only print out GPGGA and GPRMC data at 5hz. I also decreased baud of the gps to 14400. I get full data dumps at 5hz when I increase the update repeat time to .15 secs (while (millis() - start < 150)). Seems to be less failed checksums at higher rates.

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