bbutcher85
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Joined: 2023-03-11 8:39 am
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RE: Hexapod-Servo controller drops battery voltage when connected

Hi, I suggest you use a bench supply to power your servos and other items. Use a multi-meter to measure the current required by each and add up the ...

1 month ago
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RE: Need help with zapper module on R2-D2...

Hello Chris, This sound like a fun project. Electrical noise can be either conducted or transmitted through the air. The transmitted noise can be ei...

1 month ago
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RE: Higher voltage DC power supply

Hi John, I would use a bench supply to get the bell to ring and measure the current required. I am not so sure the bell used DC voltage. If this is ...

2 months ago
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RE: DM542T input/output pulse characteristics

Hi Doug, I did find a manual online for the DM542T. It appears you need a pulse voltage of about 5 volts for the direction and step signals. The min...

4 months ago
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RE: Building a weatherproof potentiometer

It should be simple to enclose it in a sealed plasic or metal box with a weather tight connector for the electrical connections. The shaft can be seal...

5 months ago
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RE: Need help choose linear rails and electronic equipments

I have built several CNC systems over the years. I use Mach3 software to deliver the commands to the motors so I can send G-code commands to determine...

7 months ago
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RE: Analog rotation sensing with relay control

Hello. I agree that an analog system might be best here. One method is to incorporate a current sensing relay into each of the four auger motors. Thes...

8 months ago
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RE: Getting Bluetooth to work on WeMos D1 R2 ESP8266 board

Perhaps I misunderstood the specs. I guess I will pursue using a local network and a webpage to get the job done. Thanks for your help.

1 year ago
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RE: Getting Bluetooth to work on WeMos D1 R2 ESP8266 board

Here is the link This WeMos D1 R2 development board for Arduino / NodeMCU is a WiFi capable ESP8266 based development board in the format of th...

1 year ago
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