Dazza
Dazza
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RE: Hi form down under

G'day mate, from Perth

1 year ago
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RE: Circuit design

This is an OLD Topic, yet it seems to be the most relevant. In a recent decision someone asked how Electricity works and the old (and wrong) informati...

1 year ago
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RE: Hi everyone.

I'm also a ESP32 fan

1 year ago
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RE: Why can you connect LED strips at both ends simultaneously?

@davee There should only be one supply source. You can design Electronics that take in Multiple power sources at the same time, this happens with S...

1 year ago
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RE: Why can you connect LED strips at both ends simultaneously?

@davee Theories suggested above of colliding electrons etc. for DC power lines emanating from a single source are rubbish! There are no Colliding ...

1 year ago
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RE: Why can you connect LED strips at both ends simultaneously?

Yes, You Can. If you should is another question. Have any seen the Explosion from the Veritasium Video "How Electricity Works" and the Reponses came...

1 year ago
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RE: Cooking the books (I mean Hardware) Baking Components

You are right of course; I have seen Hot Glue used extensivity in hobbyist projects and cheap toys. I thought it was the norm. Nail Polish makes per...

1 year ago
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RE: Cooking the books (I mean Hardware) Baking Components

@davee , and precautions to seal the boards and components are often employed for boards that are subjected to high humidity environments. Is this ...

1 year ago
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RE: Cooking the books (I mean Hardware) Baking Components

@davee Have you had any issues with your electronics? I'm looking at my Dev kit that is exposed to the atmosphere for near 1 month These SMD ESP3...

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

@davee I need to bookmark this, the treasures of links 😉

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

This looks really interesting - those pins 🤔 what a nightmare I don't think you could directly control it with an ESP32, that's where a breakout boa...

1 year ago
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RE: Safely Using LiPo Batteries

I'm glad everyone learned something. Strangely I was quoted, however I only repeated what was on the Video, and was asking for clarification (disag...

1 year ago
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RE: Safely Using LiPo Batteries

@robotbuilder The formula for the Max charge rate is in the Video or on the Website page (I'll check that later)

1 year ago
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