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June 26, 2016
about 3 years ago
Can this power a Lilypad Arduino USB?
The Lilypad Arduino USB requires between 2.7 and 5.5 volts.
If I insert a AAA battery, that's 1.5V.
The description says: "Pop in a AAA battery, flip the power switch, and you will have a 5V supply to power your LilyPad circuit".
Does this mean it will scale up my 1.5V to 5V? and thus I'll be able to power my Lilypad Arduino USB.
Or does the sentence mean I can insert in the clip any battery between 1.5 and 5V? And then if I put 1.5V, I get 1.5V, which is not enough for the LilyPad Arduino USB.
about 4 years ago
I have the same issue.
The correct formula seems to be
degreesC = ((sensorValue * 0.00488) - 0.5) * 100;
and that gives me outputs of ~60 C where of course it's not as hot, but roughly ~28C.
No public wish lists :(