SysGuru
SysGuru
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Joined: 2020-02-03 3:31 pm
Last seen: 2022-10-12 10:33 pm
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RE: Raspberry Pi Replacements

I would prefer you keep using what you have in stock, whether that is Raspberry Pi or Arduino. Take a long term view, typically I refer to your ...

2 months ago
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RE: Connecting the Arduino to the internet

I have never used Blynk, but it looks interesting. Please share your experience if you get it working. When looking at other options, you need to c...

3 years ago
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RE: Help with code

Hi @clunk1960 I would put some timing logic above the while loop in the role_led portion to control whether the duration of flash on / flash off. St...

3 years ago
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RE: Hello from a Canadian computing/STEM teacher in Thailand

I'm an Aussie living in Hong Kong, been here 3 years. Normally I would travel to Bangkok once a year for a team conference, but it was cancelled this...

3 years ago
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RE: Hello from a Canadian computing/STEM teacher in Thailand

Hi @bushgeek, welcome to the forum. It is great to see another Asia Expat on here. :) I hope COVID-19 hasn't disrupted life too much. Cheers!

3 years ago
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RE: Water level indicator

Hi @tooter This is a good project, but I agree with @ruplicator on the "divide and conquer" approach. The code listing seems to have a lot of stuff...

3 years ago
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RE: ESP-32 Cam problem

I bought mine from KeeYees and it seems to work with the AI_THINKER module. Apparently XRZ00D1 V240 is a clone of the AI_THINKER, not the WROVER

3 years ago
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RE: ESP-32 Cam problem

Just checking, did you take IO0 to GND then do a reset before uploading the sketch?

3 years ago
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RE: Antenna cable

@fhaddad Most of devices I purchased use Female SMA, which should work with the adaptor you have and cables should be easy to find. Otherwise, you ...

3 years ago
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RE: A discussion of favorite tools to populate my future workshop

Bill has done a workshop tour, check it out if you haven't already:

3 years ago
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RE: Antenna cable

Example quick connect RP-SMA: But still may not be the right part.

3 years ago
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RE: Antenna cable

Threadless SMA connectors do exist. They a referred to as "Quick Connect" or "Push-on" connectors and typically used for testing. @fhaddad is it po...

3 years ago
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RE: Combat Robotics!!

Yes, how to SAFELY arm robots could be a fun series. Especially if it branches into pneumatic & hydraulic weapons.

3 years ago
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RE: Antenna cable

These are commonly referred to as "RP-SMA" RF connections. You might have to make your own cable, if so, try searching for: Female RP-SMA. Male RP-SM...

3 years ago
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