DaveE
DaveE
@davee
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Joined: 2021-05-23 11:17 am
Last seen: 2022-12-03 2:44 am
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RE: New Functionality of Forum Upgrade - MyProfile

Hi @codecage, I see your recent 3D printing experience is appearing here as well now! Best wishes, Dave

8 hours ago
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RE: Controlling the tiniest LCD with an ESP32/Arduino

Hi @nicolas, As I expected, there is a 'chip' to drive the LCD .. buried under a rectangular mound of black gunge, shown towards the top-middle pa...

8 hours ago
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RE: Controlling the tiniest LCD with an ESP32/Arduino

Hi Ron @zander, I can't see the other side of the board, so it is difficult to be sure, but something has to generate about 37 independent signal v...

9 hours ago
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RE: Cooking the books (I mean Hardware) Baking Components

Hi @dazza and Ron @dazza, Humidity is a problem with surface mount components in general. Although the plastics and ceramics packaged components...

9 hours ago
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RE: Controlling the tiniest LCD with an ESP32/Arduino

Hi Ron @zander, @will, @nicholas, Unless I am mistaken, as I can only see the photos, this is 'naked' LCD (not LED, nor is it mounted on a PCB). T...

10 hours ago
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RE: Controlling the tiniest LCD with an ESP32/Arduino

Hi Ron @zander, and @will + @nicolas, Thanks for the extra information ... I saw the PCB pattern (away from the display) and the corresponding ho...

1 day ago
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RE: Controlling the tiniest LCD with an ESP32/Arduino

Hi @will and @nicolas Sadly, it is (almost certainly, bearing in mind I can only see 2 photos) not as easy as using a few shift registers to do th...

1 day ago
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RE: Controlling the tiniest LCD with an ESP32/Arduino

Hi @nicolas, I can only see one side of the PCB without components, and what I assume is a 32,768 Hz crystal lodged in the slot of the PCB. Simi...

1 day ago
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RE: Set the 555 timer to 40 seconds idle, 2 seconds trigger - possible?

Hi @kabl, Hope you managed to get the 555 to play nicely. For your information ... Ron @zander was referring to a (simple) type of logic devi...

2 days ago
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RE: Fully Electronic Speed Control of a DC Motor

Hi @emilyq1, I don't know if you have solved your fluctuating motor speed problem yet, but in case you haven't, I offer a suggestion on how to loo...

2 days ago
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RE: Safely Using LiPo Batteries

Hi @robotbuilder and Ron @zander, I think you both have the general picture now ... at least as far my limited understand, which may be flawed. Na...

4 days ago
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RE: Safely Using LiPo Batteries

Hi @dazza, re: However, I would say that pushing 4A x 4.2 Volts is a lot of power for such wires, however I didn't consider that each wire would...

4 days ago
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RE: Are there any Docker experts here?

Hi @yurkshirelad, Thanks for your MySQL example above .. I haven't tried doing it, as I am doing completely different stuff at the moment and ha...

5 days ago
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RE: Are there any Docker experts here?

Hi Ron @zander, As far as I know, (which isn't much as I already mentioned), then I don't think Docker will enable you to run programs appreciably ...

5 days ago
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RE: Are there any Docker experts here?

Hi Ron @zander, As I said, for Docker, I haven't even made novice level yet. However, my impression (probably flawed) is that aims to get around...

5 days ago
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