Member Since: July 8, 2007

Country: Canada



  • The datasheet specifies that it will output 10 ASCII characters that is in hexadecimal, the next two characters are just a checksum and doesn’t actually make the code any more unique. So… I guess the answer is no.

  • The word “secure” and 125 KHz RFID do not mix.

    It is totally insecure, prone to cloning.

  • it looks like it’s a BlueCore chip stuck on one of those $5 Bluetooth modules, obviously programmed with a HID firmware

  • I want a transparent version, then we can add a nose and mouth to those two eyes.

  • Disable the Arduino’s internal pull-up resistors! It’s usually enabled by the Wire.h library.

  • thanks for pointing this out, according to Wikipedia, this is enough for most high altitude balloons, with the record being 53.0 km

  • I can’t find the open source firmware of the AVR32.

    Apparently the firmware of the AVR32 is on the H&D Wireless website, and also you need an account to download the firmware, AND your account must be manually approved. AND I just used a bunch of junk credentials so I guess I’m SOL for now.

    So if you sign up, use “real credentials”, fake company name and custom domain email.

  • We need a datasheet or at least a diagram showing us how to wire this switch. The text description is not that helpful.

  • The problem is that the MPU-60X0 chip has instruction memory inside and the InvenSense example code loads this memory with instructions, but nobody is really allowed to share that code since the code is owned by InvenSense, so you don’t see the code being shared.

    Check this out, , this person basically got around the licensing rules by “recording” what the InvenSense code sent over I2C, thus now InvenSense is technically not the author of the code anymore

    I was able to adapt his code to my Picopter project which is still work in progress

  • I just got this thing. I stuck a few magnets on there to hold my other nozzles.

No public wish lists :(