Hi, in case I wanted to add an option to change the time, I had thought to insert an interface with the selection of the time, inserting it with the keypad, all this before entering the code, is it possible?
Asked by Nicol%C3%B2P6 on Arduino Defuseable Bomb, Perfect for Airsoft Games! (with Timer, LCD, Keypad, Sound and More!) 39 minutes ago
I am a little confused about Step 2 where you wrote:"I then filled the holes in the walnut with BBs. At this point you can decide if you want a dead blow effect in your mallet or not. If you don't, simply glue the other side of the maple on top at this point. If you don't want your mallet to have a ...
1.Can I use this TFmini with more than 1 sensor??2.Is this code correct?? I use pin 0,1 (Serial 1) and pin 9,10 (Serial 2)3.And can teensy 3.5 handle 4 TFmini with 4 3.3V vibration motors??note : I've never used teensy board...Here is my code for 2 TFmini pl.It's your code, i just copied and change...
Asked by KraiN1 on Benewake TFmini - Inexpensive LiDAR With Teensy 3.5 4 hours ago
Hi,Recently returned home and tried , as recommended, and found that it was the data ribbon that was at fault. So now it recognises the camera and it automatically initiates the camera when IP address is called. The problem now is that it is running MotionEye and not MotionEyeOS consequently none of...
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Does anybody have the Bluesuite software? I tried registering on the CSR website with a gmail account like on the video but it will not accept my email. If you could send me a Google Drive, Dropbox, etc... link I would greatly appreciate it.
Asked by IoriYagami1 on Upgrade Your $3 Bluetooth Module to Have HID Firmware 11 hours ago
Hi all,I'm not an electrician, now it's said.I'm building a device containing a small on/off (latching) switch. When the switch is pushed, the device is activated and remains active until the batteries run out. The device will only be activated once, and afterward it's discarded. This means that the switch will only be pressed once in its lifetime.The use of the switch is to press the button to make the spring drive the contact point to rotate and close the circuit.The device must not be unintededly activated as it could have severe consequences. The button is protected to prevent from this, but I need to know the probability that the switch itself closes, due to a failure.The manufacturer (Chinese) just tells me "don't worry" so I need a second opinion. Is there a way to estimate the probability over a 3 year period? Because if there is a risk at all, I might need to add an extra switch to create a "double commando".Thanks for your help./Karolina
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