CowboyBob

Member Since: September 15, 2008

Country: United States

  • News - New Product Friday: Sick,… | last month

    If you want to hear an “old” version then check this out! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ3BAF_15yQ

  • Product BOB-11611 | about 8 months ago

    The Autodriver Library and Github links are 404.

  • Product WRL-11217 | about 11 months ago

    If you’re doing I/O sampling, lower the value of your IR setting. Also make sure that some of those extra packets aren’t join notifications by setting JN=0. I have noticed that whatever Xbee uses as a clock is fast. If I use math to figure out a 1 hour sleep cycle, it usually runs about 45 minutes in real life scenarios.

  • News - New Product Friday: TRIAC… | about a year ago

    Looks like its peanut butter jelly time!

  • News - Your December Caption Con… | about 2 years ago

    Needs more cowbell.

  • News - Maker Faire Time Lapse an… | about 3 years ago

    Volvo, they’re bassy but they’re good!

  • Product WRL-10534 | about 3 years ago

    You get what you pay for holds true for this little gem. Thinking that an xbee would be overkill to transmit a 4 byte message, I decided to try this product. I purchased one of each flavor. Both 315 and 433 Mhz radios produce nothing more than a continous stream of noise that no amount of software, checksums and programming can reliably filter out. I am lucky to get 1 good 4 byte message out of 20 transmits.

  • Product WRL-10535 | about 3 years ago

    You get what you pay for holds true for this little gem. Thinking that an xbee would be overkill to transmit a 4 byte message, I decided to try this product. I purchased one of each flavor. Both 315 and 433 Mhz radios produce nothing more than a continous stream of noise that no amount of software, checksums and programming can reliably filter out. I am lucky to get 1 good 4 byte message out of 20 transmits.

  • Product WRL-10533 | about 3 years ago

    You get what you pay for holds true for this little gem. Thinking that an xbee would be overkill to transmit a 4 byte message, I decided to try this product. I purchased one of each flavor. Both 315 and 433 Mhz radios produce nothing more than a continous stream of noise that no amount of software, checksums and programming can reliably filter out. I am lucky to get 1 good 4 byte message out of 20 transmits.

  • Product WRL-10532 | about 3 years ago

    You get what you pay for holds true for this little gem. Thinking that an xbee would be overkill to transmit a 4 byte message, I decided to try this product. I purchased one of each flavor. Both 315 and 433 Mhz radios produce nothing more than a continous stream of noise that no amount of software, checksums and programming can reliably filter out. I am lucky to get 1 good 4 byte message out of 20 transmits.

No public wish lists :(