EvPlasmaMan

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  • One thing I sometimes do when faced with this problem is use several smaller caps in parallel. The nice thing about this is you get a better ESR. The down side of course is you do use more board area but you might be able to get a better height profile.

  • The first rule of Sparkfun is tell everyone about Sparkfun

  • Night at the Museum: Battle of the Production Floor

  • So I bought this device and hooked it up to my bose noise canceling headphones but the audio quality was quite poor. Has anyone had a similar experience with this?

  • ♬ We come from the land of the ice and snow, where resistors get hot and capacitors blow, Iorn of the gods will drive our chips to new specs, Fight the ground loop, singing and crying: FERRITE BEADS ARE WORTH NOTHING! ♬

  • So I have one of these guys and I am trying to hook it up to the RS-485 breakout board. However I am having trouble getting the RTS line to go high when I send any data. I can see the TX line from the module working but the RTS stays low. Bill Welch (comment below) mentioned pin 34 being a second RTS, however looking at that reveals that it is inverted to the need of the RS-485 board.
    Is there some way of making the standard RTS signal work or do i have to use an inverter along with pin 34?
    Thanks!
    Jos

  • Quick start is telling me to slow down:
    “Woah there, Turbo!”

  • Could I substitute sharks with ill tempered sea bass?