Member Since: July 5, 2006

Country: United States

  • Personally I prefer STEP Or IGES to stl. I can do more with them in solidworks and inventor pro. But its awesome you guys are putting a 3d repository together!

  • I’ve been shopping with you guys since order 7600 some 8+ years ago and I’ll keep shopping with you for years to come!

  • Putting the blue smoke back inside the package.

  • Does the CC3000 support Class A subnets yet? Also does it support hidden SSID’S? I’ve never been able to get it to work on a Class A subnet. I’ve always had to set up a separate network and make it a class B or C subnet.

  • I agree I don’t like them populated on the shield but I still like them included in the box/bag.

  • No headers and no jumpers to work with the SPI bus on the mega? I know this is only a personal opinion and I love spark fun I just ordered 2 orders from you in the last month =) but I think this is lacking the competition this time around.

  • I’m a bit confused by your spec’s above. It appears your supply Voltage in straight from the data sheet of the CC3000. Since you are using a 5-3.3V LDO shouldn’t you supply voltage for this board be based on those numbers. With that said shouldn’t this “Shield” be capable of over 5V in? and not 4.8? Looking at the data sheet of the LDO it is rated for up to 20V max 15V recommended max, and your shift register should be good for 5V tolerant pins such as a standard Arduino.

  • The Hookup Guide shows this hooking directly up to an Arduino Uno. The UNO I2C Pins are 5V aren’t they? Shouldn’t there be a Logic Level Converter Bi-Directional like your BOB-12009 in there between the UNO I2C pins and the Touch Sensor I2C pins?

  • Ok After falling off the Toilet I now know how to make a flux capacitor! You! Go make me a 1.21 gigawatt reactor. By the way, the dog bed saved my fall.

  • I just got mine in the mail for christmas and it’s missing the arduino breakout board =(