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April 22, 2009
News - Your March Caption Contes… |
about a month ago
Now remember, if you accidentally pick up the hot end of the soldering iron, drop it on the workbench, /not/ the dog bed.
Product DEV-12749 |
about 2 months ago
It’s confusing, because the Allwinner A10 SOC has an ARM Cortex A8 core.
Product KIT-09612 |
about 3 months ago
The 100v spike he’s talking about is called load dump. That’s what happens if the car is running and someone disconnects the battery. The sudden loss of load on the alternator will cause a voltage spike until the voltage regulator in the alternator is able to compensate. They’re rather slow regulators, and the spike can happen pretty fast. Also, I’ve seen a continuous voltage, in a car, of up to 18v. That was as the result of an internal short in the alternator which cause the regulator to work wrong, and it severely over-charged the battery.
Product COM-12051 |
about 5 months ago
Do you have Thiele/Small parameters for these speakers?
News - September Caption Contest |
about 7 months ago
Owls… Everyone is fond of Owls. Except for Mice and Shrews, and Simon Cowells…
Product COM-10975 |
about 10 months ago
Is this the same thing?
Product BOB-11525 |
about a year ago
There is one OBEX object that’s a 4xUART that takes one Cog, so if you don’t have too much application logic, you could load your prop up with 16 UARTs (could do more, but that’s all the pins will support) in 4 COGs.
Also, is the EEPROM 512Kbit, or 512KByte?
Definitely should be cheaper. I’d recommend selling their QuickStart board, and this, for the same price ($25).
News - January Caption Contest |
about a year ago
Just light the fuse, drop it and run. Just light the fuse, drop it and run. Just li…
No public wish lists :(