Member Since: November 26, 2009

Country: Canada

  • Product ROB-12156 | about 2 months ago

    Timing Belt Mount

  • Product SEN-09695 | about 10 months ago

    i’m also seeing this problem on the rasberrypi

    reading registers 0x00, 0x01, or 0x04 all turn up the same data (0x00)

    the only way ive found to get elements 9 thru 12 is to read 0x00 in word mode (2 bytes in the same read)

    but the larger read to get 32 bytes at once (the only way to get to 0x04) crashes the system solid

  • Product PRT-11231 | about 10 months ago

    from what i can see in the schematic, it should cut out at 2.6 volts

  • Product SEN-00245 | about 10 months ago

    the search works in a binary manner, so its likely going to be fully sorted, you would want to search that array for each address you want to know about, and then query things by address

  • Product PRT-11830 | last year

    how does this look with this cable it looks like it might bend too sharply going out the hole

  • Product SEN-08709 | about a year ago

    A true rms volt meter on account mode may also work to measure the resonance across the coil

  • Product DEV-11712 | about a year ago

    id be interested in if the GPU is more open, so i can take advantage of the entire chip

    ive run into some ideas with the RPI that couldnt be done because the pins i wanted could only be accessed by the GPU

  • Product KIT-11561 | about a year ago


    ive tried doing some bit-banging from the kernel level, and it maxed out at 20mhz if i disable all scheduling/interupts (didnt measure jitter)

    i think it was 10mhz or less if i ran a schedule() call between every toggle of the pin, so best case, it will randomly hang in the current state for 1/10,000,000th of a second or more

    and things will only get worse as you try to run any load

  • News - On Counting Things | about a year ago

    yeah, thats where it would be useful to track how many times a container has been handled

    after being handled 20 times for example, there is a decent chance that somebody messed up, count it again!

    but if a box is only handled twice, you know the chances of a mistake are much lower

    barcodes work just as well, cheaper to tag the items

  • News - On Counting Things | about a year ago

    what if you had an RFID tag on every tray and box of components, along with an rfid reader/terminal in each room that stores parts (for immediate use or storage)

    walk into the store-room, punch in ‘0.1μF 25V capacitor’ and it tells you which shelf its on, you fetch it, and check it out like a book on the scanner as you leave the room

    then check it in at another room (production)

    when done, check it out of production, go to storage, check in, and it tells you which shelf to put it back on, so the next guy can find it

    that can solve the question of where each container is, so you just need to track what is in the container

    you would also record parts used, when you do the checkout at the production room, before taking it back to storage

    the computer system can then know how many times a container has been handled, and issue a count at set intervals

Name Pieces Total
bluetooth stuff
9 111.2
11 54.15
led display, part 1
2 5.25
led display, part 2 a
65 23.9
led display, part 2 b 2 colors
3 7.95
led display, part 2 b full colors
4 34.45
netbook wireless gps
1 14.95
game remote
5 146.05
6 53.05
eeepc mods
3 19.4
portable pie
the 2000mAh battery lasts about 4 hours with a usb wifi …
8 126.15
Option A.1
optional: $5.95
6 57
Option B
6 12.8
Option D
5 49.75
Option E
not entirely sure on this part yet, need to do testing
16 32.2
Option F
3 16.4
Option G
1 19.95
Option A.2…
3 13.45