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When you’re surrounded by PhDs, it’s hard to feel like an expert in anything.

  • I’m wondering how fast the voltages refresh. The manual shows a plot on the computer screen which I assume is something like voltage vs time. I’m wondering if this could be used as a low frequency oscilloscope.

  • User manual suggests -20 C to 1000C

  • High means that you’ll want a resistor and a power connection. I haven’t looked into the specifics of this board, but from the sounds of it, you’ll want sleep pin – 10k resistor – 3.3 volt power.

  • The data sheet gives a minimum current draw to maintain regulation. Does anyone know what behavior to expect if this current isn’t being drawn? I’m picturing some disaster like having it power an Arduino that is temporarily turned off, and then when it’s turned on, awaking to 40 volts.

  • Is that hole threaded?

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