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April 18, 2009
about 2 years ago
Hm, yes, there seems to be an issue.
Does that mean like MJPG at 1600x1200 @ 15FPS?
[formatting seems broken here]
A theoretical 1600x1200 JPEG stream at 15fps with 50kB per frame
Units can get confusing very quickly, so step-by-step:
According to the User Manual PDF the maximum baud rate is 256000 baud, and the product description says max 115200 baud. In either case, we still come up short by at least an order of magnitude (data output is >10x more than our transfer speed).
Maybe not fully Q.E.D., but I concur that there’s likely no way this module can output 1600x1200 JPEGs at 15fps.
This new 2MP LinkSprite has a 64-pin processing chip with an external 4Mbit SRAM (IS61LV5128AL-10TLI). The previous VGA LinkSprite module you’ve linked to has a processor with many more pins and no external memory. The new 2MP LinkSprite could use the same/a similar processor in a different package, but I bet a new processor is being used. If SF or someone with their hands on one wouldn’t mind peeling off the sticker, I’d love to hear the processor part number. Or Piotr, were you being sarcastic?
Anyone know what chip is behind that “QC PASSED” sticker?
about 5 years ago
Got some in hand: Mine are 24 AWG stranded with very short pre-striped and tinned ends.
Has markings (in no particular order):
XIEHE AWM 1007 VW-1 80oC 300V 24AWG XIEHE FT1 LF
Only on red wire: E251491
Only on black wire: 5251491
Some UL data matching my pigtail wires.
What type of wire is used in this cable? What gauge, whether stranded or solid, etc. Thanks.
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