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very good pictures and explanation!
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Thank you for quick response!
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...
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What clock speed is used in the project?
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yesterday tried out makin thai wrap pants, basically the same way. I took double size of my waist, closed the sides and added more material to the top. So in the end you can use it like this: I do mine from Bassetti curtain fabrics (italian printed light cotton fabric)
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.
Could you use this with a DSLR camera instead of the pi camera? If so is that just within the code?
I'm new to circuits and stuff, and I can't tell from the photos how to connect the step down module. Can you advise?
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