ToasterLint

Member Since: December 27, 2010

Country: United States

  • Product WRL-09132 | about a year ago

    Couldn’t find anything relevant for the ATmega128RFA1 and 5v on the input pins, so I’m using some resistors to create a voltage divider to bring the voltage to around 3.3V. Since it’s at 3.3v, I also had to remove the DIN LED in order to get a usable signal to the RF266.

  • Product WRL-09132 | about a year ago

    I just received a board with this same issue. With a scope hooked up it only registers a 840mv pk-pk, with the max positive voltage only reading around 320mv. I’m trying to use this with a Synapse RF266 and am not sure if the ATmega128RFA1 chip is 5v input tolerant… still trying to find something in the datasheet, but haven’t really seen anything yet.

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