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April 8, 2008
about 4 years ago
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
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about 6 years ago
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 :(
about 7 years ago
Do you have a picture or video of what it looks like lit up after sanding?
about 8 years ago
It is a perfectly normal color for a ROTAR
about 8 years ago
Did this go up in price or am I misremembering?
about 9 years ago
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)
about 10 years ago
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?
No public wish lists :(