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October 14, 2009
about 6 months ago
I think the most limiting factor would be the length and AWG of the Ethernet cable you connect between the two end points.
about 11 months ago
I am a bit confused, in the description it says the forward voltage is 3.4 - 3.6v but then in the features section it says 2.2 - 2.4v.
about 3 years ago
I have a DC digital Hakko soldering iron controller.
(This one. http://letsmakerobots.com/node/32675)
I would love to mod the board into a project box, looks like I could plug my Hakko iron into one of these for a nice solid connector on the box.
These look like a DIN 45322 (60'Deg pin spacing), am I correct?
about 5 years ago
I believe it will handle 3.3V operation, but you have to power it with 3.3V and use 3.3V serial levels.
In theory you should be able to use any voltage that the PIC can handle, I assume 2V - 5.5V should be a safe window.
Just as long as the power and serial level matches.
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about 6 years ago
This is awesome but kinda pricey.
He said he spent about $63 per tile cause of the contest deadline.
16 prototype tiles * $63 = $1,008
He said he could get it down to about $15 to $35 per tile, lets just say it is $20 per tile.
16 * $20 = $320 (plus the docking module)
about 6 years ago
In my GF’s Hyundai Sonata the 12V plug below the radio is rated at (12V 10A 120W), that is how I remember.
Volt * Amps = Watt
Watt / Volt = Amps
Watt / Amps = Volt
So your A/C is rated at 208V/230V - 4.18A - 904W, and the relay is rated at 220V 30A.
904W / 4.18A = 216V
220V * 30A = 6,600W
I think it is well within limits, my only concern is the turn on spike in current, but I am sure it is fine.
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