DavidL
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RE: Mecanum project filtering capacitors

@zander Thanks for the follow-up! I'm glad you pointed out the "NANO" farads. I probably wouldn't have noticed that. I would like to see the...

7 months ago
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RE: Mecanum project filtering capacitors

@zander Thank you, this is extremely helpful! I think the only thing I'm not clear on now is the two capacitors that go on the right side of pic 2. ...

7 months ago
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RE: Mecanum project filtering capacitors

@zander Sorry, I meant to include the timestamp of 41:30 into the video. I have to avoid posting after 8:00 at night or before I have coffee in the m...

7 months ago
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RE: Mecanum project filtering capacitors

@will Hi Will, Thanks for the response. One follow-up question to make sure I understand. In the videoit sounds like the capacitors are across t...

7 months ago
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RE: Mecanum project filtering capacitors

@zander Hi Ron, I should have included a link to the video: THis is about the point where the capacitors are discussed. Unfortunately I don't have a...

7 months ago
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RE: Battery power for esp32 30 pin

@zander Thanks for the information. I will use 4 1.5 volt batteries instead of a 9 volt battery, and I'll check the voltage before connecting to the ...

1 year ago
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RE: Battery power for esp32 30 pin

Quick follow-up question. Is there a voltage regulator or something in the USB cable that drops the voltage from 9v to 5v? Thanks.

1 year ago
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RE: Battery power for esp32 30 pin

@zander Ron, you made my day! I was considering starting over with a different board. I'm pretty bad at soldering, so that would be quite a bit of l...

1 year ago
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RE: Battery power for esp32 30 pin

@zander Hi Ron, thank you for the response. I didn't know I could power a USB cable with a battery. That sounds like a great option, and I would li...

1 year ago
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RE: Parallel circuit voltage

@davee Sermons are welcome, and at this stage, "too simple" is "just right" for me. Thanks for the pointers about the capacitor. I haven't gotten a...

1 year ago
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RE: Parallel circuit voltage

@robotbuilder Thanks for the response. I will do some research on that. It looks like it's not as simple as I thought.

1 year ago
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RE: Parallel circuit voltage

@will Hi Will, thanks for the response. I think I understand what you're saying about the power supply not being able to maintain the full voltage...

1 year ago
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RE: Parallel circuit voltage

@zander Thanks for the response. I'm not sure which light bulb example I saw, but I think it probably was 120 volts. You are correct that the brea...

1 year ago
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