Charles
Charles
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

@inst-tech It was earlier in this thread when you posted this document./p> Thanks.

3 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

@inst-tech Would you please post a link to the 1117 datasheet you referenced for the calculations you performed and the document you posted? Thanks ag...

3 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

Here is a link to my video documenting my difficulties with the AMS1117-5 modules.

3 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

@davee Thanks for your post. Prior to my recent problems with the AMS1117-5 modules, my experience was primarily with linear regulators in TO-220 case...

4 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno" Beware of counterfeit ICs.

If anyone is still interested in the answer to the problem I was having with the AMS1117-5 modules, it is actually quite simple. The first batch of 10...

4 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

Here is the video about my project./p> If you have comments or questions, please post them on the video. Thanks.

5 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

@inst-tech Thanks for the document; I suppose I am "math challenged." Despite that, have located and read multiple 1117 datasheets and there are signi...

6 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

Actually, I feel like you are intentionally trying to annoy me, and it's working. This thread is not about RV's or solar systems, and I don't want to ...

6 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

@zander I posted pictures of it, stated that it was based on the project that Bill made the video and wrote the article about, posted my schematic dia...

6 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

I made a couple of video clips, but they are too big to post here, so attached are a couple of photos. One shows the AMS1117-5 successfully powering t...

6 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

@zander Mini360s don't arrive until sometime tomorrow.

6 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

@zander I want the device to be usable at up to 13.8V in order to accommodate lead acid batteries in cars, boats, RV's, and amateur radio power suppli...

6 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

@will @zander @dronebot-workshop Okay, I am convinced that the AMS1117-5 is a bad choice for this project. And, as I have said, I have some Mini36...

6 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

@will @zander You may be right. As I said, my experience with this particular device (1117) is limited. However, I would rather have some numbers to...

6 months ago
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RE: Pico Prototyping - Building a "Pico Uno"

@will @zander What's shown on the schematic does not include the components that are on the AMS1117-5 module; all the circuitry required to support ...

6 months ago
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