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JPerch

Member Since: June 22, 2015

Country: United States

  • No worries. The website says accounts won’t be disabled until November 31st. Since that day will never arrive…

  • Yes, the Chronodot uses this device (that is how I knew about it). Adafruit does sell the Chronodot (I have bought a couple of them). They have also created their own breakout board for this device as well as a feather board.

    Joe

  • If you are in need of the higher accuracy of the DS3234 but pin limited such that you want the I2C bus, you could use the DS3231 also from Maxim. It appears to be essentially the same chip but with an I2C interface instead of SPI. The register set even appears to be the same.

    https://www.maximintegrated.com/en/products/digital/real-time-clocks/DS3231.html

    Joe

    Edit: Just noticed the two parts have a different number of pins and a different pinout. So the DS3231 would require its own breakout board.

  • LariSan, Thank you very much for the response. I guess I need to buy the new version. I already have the old version with all the accesories. Do you know if the old accesories will still work?

    Thanks again, Joe

  • Since Digilent is a National Instruments Company, does anyone know if it is possible to automate this device using their LabVIEW language? If not, do they have any plans to make that happen?

    Also, have their been any significant changes in the capabilities of this product from the version 1 Analog Discovery?

    Thanks, Joe

  • Another possible negative for the Photon in a school environment is that most schools have their WiFi locked down tight to prevent “issues” involving kids and the internet. It can be difficult to get a bunch of Photon devices “blessed” onto the school’s WiFi.

  • I like the picture of Moose. Shortly after we moved into our new house in 1999, we became the parents of an 8 week old chocolate lab we also named moose (for chocolate moose). Unfortunately, Moose had to leave us around November of last year. He just couldn’t make his hips work anymore.

  • Very cool. I will see if I can burn the new boot loader. If that doesn’t work, I may just break down and buy a redstick. :)

    Thanks Shawn!

  • If I still have my badger from last year, can I still use it or have their been updates/improvements?

    Also, it doesn’t look like I will able to come to SXSW this year. :( I will be in San Antonio for an FRC regional competition that weekend.

  • Check out this forum post: https://forum.sparkfun.com/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=42159

    The last three entries should help.

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