Member Since: October 6, 2011

Country: United States

  • Product TOL-10997 | about 2 months ago

    Just wanted to point out that the datasheet says 0.0005" resolution but they are only 0.001" resolution, other than that you cant beat it for the price.

  • Product DD-12012 | about 8 months ago

    I figured i would post what I got as well, 1 iMAX B6 charger in working condition, 1 1.7in oled 4D display, 1 series 2 xbee (havent tested yet), 2 OLIMEX LPC-H22XX, 1 OLIMEX PIC-ICD2-POCKET, 1 OLIMEX MPLAB ICD2, 2 lighted rocker switches, 2 Polulu hub kits and 1ARM-JTAG cable assembly. Im pretty stoked about the oled display and the rocker switches, anyone complaining about what they got really doesn’t understand that it was about the possibility of what you got not a guarantee.

  • Product COM-11405 | about a year ago

    Still no data sheet or pin layout?

  • Product COM-11405 | about a year ago

    Has anyone figured out the pin layout for controlling this display?

  • News - Getting Started with Ardu… | about 2 years ago

    I would think its safe to say most anyone running Linux should be capable of installing Arduino.

  • Product COM-11218 | about 2 years ago

    I found a Wallwart that has a selectable voltage. Mine will arc a gap a little over a quarter inch at 3 volts 1.2 amps.

  • Product COM-11218 | about 2 years ago

    I will have to try that out, the only power source that will provide enough amperage I have is 3, 7.4v lipos that are 6000mah 60 C. It will either work fine or go up in a big ball of magic smoke.

  • Product ROB-10847 | about 2 years ago

    Has anyone noticed that the picture they show doesnt match the data sheet? The picture shows it at roughly 63cm x 63cm and the data sheet says 56.4mm x 56.4mm max. Can someone ftom Sparkfun find out what the right size is?

  • Product COM-11218 | about 2 years ago

    Does sparkfun sell a voltage regulator that will drop a 7.4V lipo down to 5V that can handle 3A?

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