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Member Since: January 10, 2012

Country: Australia

  • You gave the link to listen, but I could find nowhere on that page to actually listen. It just gave info on the talk but no link to listen. I registered and still no link was given.

    So how can we listen to that talk?

  • Fair enough. I was being a bit of a smartass. Your "wonderful" country is becoming so .........

  • " we include a laser-cut template to form the body of the Bot, LEDs, a microphone, the Raspberry Pi, SD Card, and wires to connect everything together"

    So which of these components does the USA government deem as too secret to export. The Leds? the Pi? (a british device), the SD card? The wire? Oh I know the microphone.

    Or is it just that its not suitable (size/shape) for sparkfun to ship?

  • NO. The 1/4" bearing bore is 6.35mm, so the 4mm shaft would just be floating in the bearing hole.

    I was looking for a 5mm and 6mm bearing bore size, but they do not seem to do the metric sizing and have a very limited range of bearing bore sizes.

  • Don't you dare cross this "Thin Red Line" um orange line, um green, um blue thin line. Blast it, Don't you dare cross my "Rainbow Thin Line"

  • The specs say this is for flexible connections

    "To assure electrical resistance stability of Tape 9703 in any flexible circuit interconnection application"

  • Great board for the project I am currently working on which needs level shifting on the I2C BUS.

    Have you thought of making a shield to level shift between a 3.3V Arduino/shield and a 5V shield or the other way around. Then one simply uses the shield to make other shields compatible with shields of another voltage.

    One consideration that must be taken into account if this level shifter is used for i2C, which requires pullup resisters for the BUS. And that is the resulting pullup resistance in the I2C BUS.

No public wish lists :(