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Member Since: April 8, 2008

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  • that's good news!

  • i know it depends on the part the board is built around, but it kills me that every i2c breakout has the pins in a different order.. it'd be so nice to plunk a bunch of them on some stripboard, or to be able to make up a bunch of standard cable assemblies

  • It's a bit late now, but i sure wish all of the little i2c sensor breakouts had the power and data pins in the same order. It would be nice to be able to build a little sensor bus by just plugging them into some stripboard or ribbon cable. Instead I have to make breakouts for breakouts :(

  • Do you have a picture or video of what it looks like lit up after sanding?

  • It is a perfectly normal color for a ROTAR

  • Did this go up in price or am I misremembering?

  • The datasheet says "Current per 3 LEDs(separable every 3LEDs): 60mA"
    Does that mean that this will draw (at max current for all leds) (30led/m)(5m)(60mA/3) = 3A?
    What can I use to drive this at close to full brightness? BlinkM MaxM? Shiftbar? (not looking to roll my own PWM solution)

  • Yes! Wish it had come two weeks sooner so I wouldn't have ordered a bunch of parts to bodge a supply together, but better late than never.
    From the description and the datasheet it looks like it is fine to tie the on/off to the input voltage to turn it on? Pullup resistor required?

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