Member Since: December 28, 2007

Country: United States



Electronic Hobbiest. Author. Aerospace engineer. DIY guru. Hardware hacker Facinated by anything that lights up.

  • Product COM-11756 | last year

    I’m not sure these are really 3V. The data sheet is somewhat vague, but it looks like 3V per group of 25. Therefore, I suspect these are really 12V. I say this because the Blue LED doesn’t work properly at 3.5V, nor at 5V. I been afraid to try a higher voltage yet until I get a bit more info. Anyone else try these?

  • Product WRL-00592 | about a year ago

    Yes. I swapped the RN-XV connector with this one. Works great.

  • Product DEV-11225 | about 2 years ago

    Hmmm… so are you implying that because I think it’s cumbersome that I must be a novice? What I was implying that after > 400Mb of disk space, 3.5 hours of installation, a third-party add-on manager for NI-VISA, and several trips to the web for FAQs and help, it’s not what I would call a light-weight solution for many. It simply adds a front-end to an Arduino. Using simple applications like Arduino Manager, COSM, Exosite, or several other gives most hobbyists what they need. BTW, I’m certified by NI for Lab Windows/CVI, and have taken 2 of NI’s classes for LabView.

  • Product WRL-10154 | about 2 years ago

    Is this compatible with the RFM12?

  • Product DEV-11098 | about 2 years ago

    Is it possible to update the Bootloader? Is therre a link to both old and new Bootloader?

  • Product DEV-11225 | about 2 years ago

    Wow. LabVIew sure is cumbersome to work with. There are other tools out there that are far easier to use.

  • Product WRL-10569 | about 2 years ago


    Can you provide some insight on how your feeding data to Pachube? I’d Like to be able to use multiple S2 to collect sensor data and use the X2 as the Internet gateway. I’ve tried several times, no luck. Connectport is running xig just fine. Feed 57387.


  • Product DEV-10536 | about 2 years ago

    Why retire it? It’s a great board!

  • Product WRL-10569 | about 2 years ago

    Umm… what web site is she going to on her phone?

  • Product LCD-09676 | about 2 years ago

    AdaFruit has a 96 x 64 pixel version and Arduino demo code for the 1331 controller. Has anyone tried the code with this one?

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