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VoidstarLabs

Member Since: January 18, 2012

Country: United States

  • Product KIT-11470 | about 11 months ago

    You had me at “fart sensor”.

  • Product DEV-10711 | about a year ago

    I purchased three of the Power Cell, which share this schematic, for use with XBees, and moved the solder jumper to 3.3v. Of the three, one entirely failed to work, and another output 4V, destroying an XBee. Since the shield’s power bypasses the Arduino’s regulator, this same problem will destroy the Arduino this is attached to.

    In addition, the EN pin of the TPS61200 is grounded and not accessible. This makes it impossible to switch the Arduino off without removing the shield altogether, and the shield drains at least 10mA per hour when not even connected to an Arduino.

    Purchase this product at your own risk.

  • Product RTL-11241 | about a year ago

    I purchased three of these for use with XBees, and moved the solder jumper to 3.3v. Of the three, one entirely failed to work, and another output 4V, destroying an XBee. Purchase this product at your own risk.

  • Product PRT-11231 | about a year ago

    I purchased three of these for use with XBees, and moved the solder jumper to 3.3v. Of the three, one entirely failed to work, and another output 4V, destroying an XBee. Purchase this product at your own risk.

Name Pieces Total
XBee Complete Prototyping
61 455.25