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June 9, 2011
News - February Caption Contest |
Someone’s got reel issues…
Product PRT-10968 |
about 2 months ago
Not with this board. Infact, you might get 200mA only if Vin=2V and Vout=3V.
I recommend planning for lower current (~150mA).
No, it’s not a battery.
Product ROB-12557 |
about 3 months ago
I got so excited reading the product name thinking it was for electronic components.
Great product nonetheless!
Product SEN-00251 |
about 6 months ago
You sure can, but the data will not be reliable since the reading may vary by (at least) 2-3 C, which is a substantial amount when it comes to human body temperature.
For people that will be reading this in the future… Do not shorten the wire! It may drastically decrease accuracy.
Please look up how thermocouples work before using one. I also recommend using a T-type instead, unless you need to measure extremely hot stuff.
Product DEV-11098 |
about 11 months ago
Does anyone know what diode the board is using? A link to a supplier would be very appreciated!
Tutorial - HAB - Weights, Measures, and Costs |
Being realistic, Morse code would not work.
Product SEN-11171 |
about a year ago
Thank you! That explains why.
Regarding your 4GB problem, I’m guessing it has to do with your SD card. Did you try formatting it to NTSF?
I am having a bit of trouble controlling this camera correctly. Have done a lot of testing with it and still cannot figure out what exact PWM it expects to turn the camera on/off. I would like to use it with an arduino and not an RC controller.
By the way, I also tried replicating an RC controller PWM with an arduino, this way it turns on/off unexpectedly. So any helpful tips are greatly appreciated.
No public wish lists :(