cjbaar

Member Since: August 9, 2011

Country: United States

  • Product COM-10635 | about 6 months ago

    These are really poor quality LEDs. I have had about ¼ of the leads break off before I could even get them situated into a project.

  • Product COM-10634 | about 6 months ago

    These are really poor quality LEDs. I have had about ¼ of the leads break off before I could even get them situated into a project.

  • Product COM-10632 | about 6 months ago

    These are really poor quality LEDs. I have had about ¼ of the leads break off before I could even get them situated into a project.

  • Product COM-10633 | about 6 months ago

    These are really poor quality LEDs. I have had about ¼ of the leads break off before I could even get them situated into a project.

  • Product DEV-08682 | about 3 years ago

    I don’t believe these should be sold under the “E-Textiles” section. I purchased these for a quilt project, but it turns out the pins are designed to be soldered. There are no attachment points for conductive thread, or to be attached to fabric or other textile projects.

  • Product SEN-08633 | about 3 years ago

    I’m rather disappointed in the lack of information on this device. Given the price of the unit, it should come with more detailed instructions. I am attempting to use this on a microcontroller (arduino). I finally figured out which wires are used to power and communicate, but I only get garbage characters. I have tried it at every baud rate possible (including the spec of 9600). I have noticed that the green LED flickers consistently every 3 seconds or so, as if it is resetting. Is this normal? Has anyone else had success with this unit in a non-PC scenario?

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