Member #40223

Member Since: May 25, 2008

Country: United States

  • Product DEV-11114 | about 9 months ago

    Self Edit - Helps to select the right board from the tools menu or you take 2 seconds to move the internal time clock 1 second froward. Divide by 2 - Kicks self and moves on - Doh!

  • Product DEV-11114 | about 9 months ago

    So maybe I need some help, for someone with a bigger brain or more experience with these. I’ve built a clock using both a Arduino Pro Mini 328 5v/16 MHz & Arduino Pro Mini 328 3.3v/8MHz. I’m using the “Time Library” on the 328 5v/16 it is very consistent, I loos about 10 seconds a day and can compensate for this in code or eventually at a RTC. I bought 328 3.3v/8 thinking less power needed, lower speed, more energy efficient. This will eventually be a watch. I just hooked up the 328 3.3v Within 15 minutes it has lost 7 minutes. I’m running the same code on both processors. What did I miss? Please help if you know what is going on.

  • Product PRT-11496 | about 10 months ago

    Anyone know how to simulate a load to keep this on?

  • Product WRL-11395 | about 2 years ago

    TY - Sorry to jump the gun. I signed up for everything I could find on their website yesterday. I just couldn’t see a way to use this up front. Thank you folks as SF fro all the neat stuff! :)

  • Product WRL-11395 | about 2 years ago

    Thanks for getting that info - I will sleep better tonight. Seriously now I know I can get this things off the ground I have a project it’s perfect for ! The security chip was putting me off.

  • Product WRL-11395 | about 2 years ago

    According to their site for an IMPee to work it requires a specific security chip to function with them. So you can not just use it in a SD socket without this specail chip.

  • Product WRL-11395 | about 2 years ago

    This needs a “IMPee” to work with. Where are the rest of the parts needed to inteface with or make use of theses?

  • Product DEV-08245 | about 2 years ago

    Anyone know what baudrate the serial connection is here if I want to go direct to a microcontroler?

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