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Member #314564

Member Since: April 3, 2012

Country: United States

  • Product COM-10443 | about a year ago

    No, the best quote is this one, “Nate hoped for a website where he could easily find parts, where he could see clear pictures of what he was buying, and where he didn’t have to scour for hours to find data sheets and documentation - but that website didn’t exist.”

  • Product COM-10469 | about a year ago

    This guy puts out ~170 VAC. Surprising, since the datasheet quotes 90. The datasheet is pretty poor. It is true that it outputs ~2000Hz.

  • Product COM-10878 | about a year ago

    So, I checked the LED, and it worked. Got suspicious. All the channels light on 3.3V except A and B…which, of course, having only two strips for testing, are the ones I had plugged in. I’ll do more investigation and see if it’s a faulty board or what. Should I consider a return?

  • Product COM-10878 | about a year ago

    I was using a IOIO. When they didn’t light, I took a 3.3V from the regulator and supplied it to each channel…nothing. The inverter is 12V being supplied from a wall supply. The strands light when I give the pin 5V.

  • Product COM-10878 | about a year ago

    Has anyone tested this board with a 3.3V Arduino? The Features List says it’s compatible with 3.3V Arduinos, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. I can’t get any of the channels to trigger on a 3.3V input. 5V works every time.

  • Product COM-10794 | about a year ago

    So, no adhesive?

  • Product ROB-09347 | about a year ago

    120 mA at 5V for full speed unloaded. If you load it up, I got it up to about 250 mA before I decided not to break the thing.

  • Product ROB-09347 | about a year ago

    120 mA at 5V for full speed unloaded. If you load it up, I got it up to about 250 mA before I decided not to break the thing.

  • Tutorial - IOIO-OTG Beginners Guide | about 2 years ago

    When USB Debugging Mode is active, the stat LED stays lit. When I run it normally, the Hello IOIO application runs as expected. HTC EVO 4G.

  • Product DEV-10748 | about 2 years ago

    The footprint in the Eagle files is off. Headers match up, but board size and location of standoff holes relative to the headers is off. That’s why we do 1:1 printouts :)

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