Member #360077

Member Since: September 9, 2012

Country: United States

  • I built the Ice Cube clock, and took the project one step further by encasing the display tube in clear casting. Here’s the project on Instructables.com: http://www.instructables.com/id/Ice-Cube-Clock-3/

    The Russian display tube used in the Ice Cube Clock is no longer available and I’m wondering if the Nixie LED Clock display would have a good presentation encased in casting.

  • This device operates with an audio signal at 40KHz. That is within the hearing range of cats and dogs. I would never use this in a project that would operate in or around my home.

  • Very handy board, too good to be limited to MyoWare. Can be used for any kind of electronic DIY project.

  • These switching power supplies can create a lot of RF noise, and sometimes include a ferrite core imbedded in the cord to quiet the noise. I do not see an imbedded core here. Is there a core internally? If not, I would recommend to people that they attach a core to the cord to avoid electrical interference to other electronic devices:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/131413652689?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

  • Could a pair of these be used to make a remote connection for an I2C interface? I want to link a temperature sensor with an I2C interface to an Arduino.

  • The available data on this unit is very sparse. Checking the data sheet, there is no: -Schematic of the unit -Mention of what the screwdriver adjustment is for -Mention of how the linear output is derived from the digital signal. -What limits the data rate to 4800bps

  • What about this transmitter limits its data rate to 8KBpS? Is it something about the circuit, or a limit imposed to keep it legal? Unless something in the internal circuits limits to that data rate, the actual capability is possibly a lot higher, considering the xmit frequency.

No public wish lists :(