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August 1, 2006
about 4 years ago
While removing the regulator would be the cleanest, simply bypassing it is fine. An LM7805 can only source current. If it thinks the output is too low, it internally connects the input to the output. If it thinks the output is too high, it internally disconnects the output from the input. In either case, it will never try to sink current to reduce the output voltage, which is why a simple wire bypass is fine.
about 5 years ago
KD, please see my separate comment that answers your questions.
Pin 1 on the ISP header is marked with a little bar. It is closest to the LEDs.<br />
To write the .hex file included in the source code zip, you can use this (assuming your board comes up as /dev/ttyUSB0):<br />
avrdude -carduino -patmega328p -P/dev/ttyUSB0 -b57600 -v -Uflash:w:ADXL345_Eval_v16.hex<br />
Please note that the above avrdude cmdline does the programming over the USB connector, not the ISP connector with an external programmer.
about 5 years ago
The supply voltage and power specs listed are wrong. 2V to 3.6V supply, 40uA to 145uA @ 2.5V. The specs listed on the breakout board are correct.
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about 6 years ago
The AD9835 links were broken, but are now fixed. I had the same search issue too. The problem is that when you come to the site through the news RSS feed, “news” is the default search category and not “products”. Changing the search category found the product page.
about 7 years ago
Can you please add the specs for the output transistors? Specifically, what are their voltage and current ratings?
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