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September 25, 2006
Programmer, tinkerer, private pilot, daddy. These things make me happy.
Product COM-12710 |
about a month ago
In case anyone was wondering, the way you control 32 discrete LEDs (4 x 7 segments plus four decimals) is through strobing. At first I thought this was charlieplexed, but you’re effectively just lighting each digit one at a time so fast that people barely register the refresh.
Tutorial - Recreating Classic Electronics Kits |
about 3 months ago
I’d lay down cash for an assemble-at-home kit like your Arduino-based one with all the parts pre-collected in about two shakes.
Product PRT-08030 |
about 6 months ago
Bummer! I came here looking for a tool as well. Radio Shack also carries just the wire.
Product DEV-11861 |
about 9 months ago
Looks like you could go two high and an unlimited number side-by-side if you invert the top row.
It’s no giant grid, but it’s a start.
Product COM-11694 |
about 11 months ago
Darn… Thermite ignites at something like 2,200C.
There goes my self-destructing self-destruct button project.
Product PRT-11856 |
What is the self-discharge rate on these puppies?
Product LCD-09395 |
Was this same PCB green at one point, or was that an older rev with different features?
Product CEL-10138 |
Could someone with one of these please test whether the Clock command works without a SIM card?
Product BOB-00099 |
about a year ago
Sparkfun, the datasheet is also silent (or at least vague) on the issue of accuracy. Could you please provide a reasonable explanation as to how accurate we can expect this clock to be?
Product BOB-10616 |
about 3 years ago
I’m very stoked about this. Thanks!
No public wish lists :(