Gaver

Member Since: April 9, 2013

Country: United States

  • News - April Caption Contest | about a week ago

    As you can see now, the first one is now invisible. When the capacitors are completely recharged the second one will appear to disappear also, watch!

  • News - Your March Caption Contes… | about a month ago

    and remember… Rule #1 for ALL interns is: NEVER STEP ON THE DOG BED - NEVER!

  • News - Enginursday: Yeah, I foun… | about 2 months ago

    Two applications come to mind…

    1) A Helicopter 2) A Snow Blaster

  • Product PRT-10811 | about 5 months ago

    NOT CORRECT - there is currently (11/28/2013) no part like this in the SF Eagle Library.

  • Product COM-09378 | about 5 months ago

    Can these be set to operate at 8 Mhz instead of 20?

  • Product DEV-11113 | about 5 months ago

    @Kamaqasi - thanks for the quick reply… I’m trying to re-utilize the FTDI headers to power the pro-mini due to circuit board real-estate issues.

    I’m unable to locate a schematic that specify’s the tolerance level for the VCC pin(s) on the pro-mini - or that illustrates the relationship (if any) between the FTDI header RX0 and TX1 connections and the RX and TX connections on the port side of the circuit board.

    I only need VCC; GND;RX and Pin 12 for my project - was hoping I could use the same FTDI connections that are used to program the board - with the regulated 5.0v Wall Wart connected to the FTDI Header VCC / GND pins.

    Would you know if the RX/TX connections in the FTDI header are connected to the RX/TX connections on the side of the pro-mini?

    Thanks again for your help…

  • Product DEV-11113 | about 5 months ago

    What is the tolerance on the ftdi vcc pin? Im using a 5v wall wart (SFE) to power the project & it appears to be outputting around 5.5 v Would prefer not to use the raw pin if possible…

  • Product COM-08928 | about 7 months ago

    Can someone point me towards a tutorial / sample circuit that demonstrates using one of these?

    I’m interested in knowing what voltage is required at the “B” leg to enable voltage thru C to E. Can there be different voltages between B and C/E? Meaning - can I use 3v on B to enable 5v thru C to E?

  • News - AVC 2013 recap | about 11 months ago

    I second the suggestion - you could encourage the competitors to document their entry construction and process by awarding points. Should be easy to verify the documentation onsite with a smartphone - then award the points.

  • Product LCD-11742 | about 11 months ago

    @CrazyCreator - have you seen any examples of how to rewire the RPi to Arduino Adapter. In light of Arduino Kit availability - might be a good fit.

    Gaver

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