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nickbauman

Member Since: March 16, 2011

Country: United States

  • Mike, I can't believe you're not here in the TC anymore! I had no idea! You opened the world of Arduino to me at a class at TCMaker's Hack Factory. For that I am eternally thankful. But I'm very sorry you're gone. I am happy you're with SparkFun, though! If you ever come back, please let us know at HF. We will make a big deal out of it you can be sure.

  • Suggestion: in the section where we read:
    "After you added the IOIOlib file into the workspace, on the top toolbar goto: Project > Properties. Then, select 'Android' in the list to the left. In the 'Library' section, click add, then add the IOIOlib library. You should see the IOIOlib with a green check mark as shown below."
    Change the wording like so:
    "After you added the IOIOlib file into the workspace, select the HelloIOIO project, then on the top toolbar goto: Project > Properties. Then, select 'Android' in the list to the left. In the 'Library' section, click add, then add the IOIOlib library. You should see the IOIOlib with a green check mark as shown below."
    I made the mistake of assuming you meant to do this on the IOIOLib project, which had me scratching my head for a bit.

  • The datasheet clearly states that the resistor to the base should be between 10-22k oHms but a 10k resistor isn't enough to trip the relay. When I use a 1k ohm resistor, it works well. I've tried it with an Uno and a Boarduino from Adafruit. Both exhibit this behavior. What am I doing wrong?

No public wish lists :(