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RE: Servo control using an ESP32 in the IoT Cloud

@will Yes, I did that. At this point I am going to use a Nano board and build the same example and make sure it all works. Once I am satisfied that ...

7 months ago
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RE: Servo control using an ESP32 in the IoT Cloud

@zander Hi, sorry, I was having issues posting the previous response. I didn't see anywhere in the Arduino IoT cloud where I can save the code as an ...

7 months ago
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RE: Servo control using an ESP32 in the IoT Cloud

I hope I did this right. FYI, the included LED and potentiometer code work fine. The Servo is attached to GPIO16 and using an external 5v power supp...

7 months ago
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RE: PN2222 opposite?

@robotbuilder Worked great thank you.

1 year ago
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RE: PN2222 opposite?

@robotbuilder Phew! Lots for me to understand in your response, but I am glad you supplied the diagram! I will set it up as the example provided an...

1 year ago
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RE: PN2222 opposite?

@will Just playing around with ideas, I could have used the solar cell to power the LED but I already had the breadboard setup from a previous "experi...

1 year ago
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RE: Hi every one I'm John from Blackpool UK.

Welcome! My Pop built radios too and that is what got me started. While my career was as a software developer, now that I'm retired I've jumped into...

1 year ago
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RE: Buck converter power supply

Just and FYI, this power supply is not meant to be used long term. I wanted something I could easily build and use for "benching" ideas. I would not...

1 year ago
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RE: Buck converter power supply

@will Honestly I've only used it while testing components, nothing more than 10 to 15 minutes with no heat. But that is something I did not thin...

1 year ago
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RE: L293D - motors spinning at different speeds

Sid, thanks for the suggestion, will be sure to do that next time. I got my issue resolved and learned some valuable lessons. First, backup your wo...

2 years ago
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