zachtos

Member Since: April 22, 2009

Country: United States

  • Product RTL-11382 | about a year ago

    I was going to build one, but now you sell them. What’s the audio difference in quality on differential vs. ground referenced? I think my analog to digital converter is single ended output only.

  • Product ROB-10398 | about 2 years ago

    Hmm, wonder how many Hg i need for a DIY breast pump? new arduino project coming up!

  • Product WRL-08950 | about 4 years ago

    I cant' get this receiver to work right. I get constant noise when not transmitting. I saw that you are supposed to get a signal every 10ms or it will go crazy. I am just using this to count pulses every 50ms, I can’t go faster because of harware limitation issues. Is there a way around this? Some of them get 1017 on analog input for a signal found, while other receivers only get 1014. I get spikes during static/no signal that peak all the way to 1019. I have the data pins soldered together, the data pins soldered together, the power, the ground/antenna. So only 3 wires go to the micro, power/ground/data, and one wire outside to antenna. no capacitors or the like, except on the micro’s 5V power supply.

  • Product DEV-09115 | about 4 years ago

    Yes, I would love a simple way to reprogram the mini’s. The only reason I didn’t order them for my last order over the pro’s, is the difficulty of reprogramming, much faster to reprogram a pro.

  • Product DEV-00666 | about 4 years ago

    I used 16 of these to build my IRcombat laser tag game. I wish I used just one for the prototype and the pro versions of these for the rest. The pro does the same thing and works just as well. BUT, if you fry the chip on the pro, you are out of luck. I did fry 3 of them while messing around, and you can just order a replacement bootloader for these and you are back to golden. You can also store a backup code on the bootloader and swap it in if you dont have access to a PC to repgram.

  • Product WRL-08949 | about 4 years ago

    I used these in my IRcombat laser tag game as frag grenades in the players. I also used the receivers to send the signal. I did not use them for data transmission though (the serial port is already set another baud for the LCD on my arduino duemilove). I just have it look for a certain number of on/off pulses currently. works great, now I just have to get the range down to only 30 feet so you can actually survive when you throw it!

  • Product LCD-09069 | about 4 years ago

    I used a few of these in my IRcombat laser tag game with my arduino duemiloves and love them. I also used the white and Black. I like the white and black better outdoors and the red/black indoors. I just wish I could figure out how to send the reset code to them. I know how to clear and change brightness in code, but the ctrl+ command boggles my mind. A few of them have to be unplugged and plugged back in to work after power on because of this issue. Not worth replacing them yet.

  • Product LCD-09395 | about 4 years ago

    I used a few of these in my IRcombat laser tag game with my arduino duemiloves and love them. I also used the Red and Black. I like the white and black better outdoors and the red/black indoors. I just wish I could figure out how to send the reset code to them. I know how to clear and change brightness in code, but the ctrl+ command boggles my mind. A few of them have to be unplugged and plugged back in to work after power on because of this issue. Not worth replacing them yet.

  • Product DEV-09219 | about 4 years ago

    I’ve used around 20 of these boards to build my IRcombat laser tag game (infared guns, smart flags and frag grenades). Works great. I wish I ordered all of them as the pro version instead of the full USB ported version. Smaller and cheaper. I already wish they sold a version with more RAM and more Flash memory. I have this thing maxed out. (and yes, I know about the mega version, and that’s too bulky physically)

No public wish lists :(