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Very good documented! Thanks for sharing!!!
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Hi Fred, I guess I have bad news for you. The StripLights-Component uses some free configurable blocks called UDB. Unfortunately they are not present in the PRoC, that is why you can't use the component with your device. I hope you still have a chance to change the chip to a PSoC-version. Best wishesAndreas
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very good pictures and explanation!
Hi Vitvas, good question. Actually I don't know it any more. But because no external clock-source is used, I would guess it was 8MHz. You might have to try it on your own...
Hi Vitvas,good question. Actually I don't know it any more.But because no external clock-source is used, I would guess it was 8MHz.You might have to try it on your own...
Every step-down is different, so I can not provide you specific advise, but there is an input-side this is for the 12V and an output of 5V on the other side. Then you have "+" and "-" and have to make sure they are connected the right way. Just refer to the datasheet of your step-down module.
You might use a DSLR camera, but that would be a completely different software then.
Hi Dean, this is a cool Cajon, didn't see that before! And I could not even find any pictures of it in the web. Maybe I have make a stop at my lokal music-store for a look... Good luck for your building!Andreas
Hi Dean, this is an interesting approach. Yes, most players tilt it because it is easier to play. But I have no idea what the second hole in the bottom does. Or if it is better to have only one hole in the bottom. The wood on the back is thin, like the front surface, so to make a hole into this seems logical to me. Also it is directly opposite of the playing surface. But make a try! As long as you don't use glue, you are free to disassemble it again! And please share your experience. I'm curious to know if it is better... :-)CheersAndreas
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