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Genius indeed ! BTW how did you manage to clamp the glass with juice ?
Hi... great tutorial....! I was just wondering, is it possible to download the english version of the instructions you posted? It seems that the link to the German version works fine but the link to the English version is broken :-( .......Thanks in advanceSource: German: http://tom-620.bplaced.net/rc_modelle/zubehoer/re... English: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uploads/...
.... a DIY site indeed ! I think every 'ible should have, as a constant reminder (to all that are shopping-ready-to-go), in it's title (or somewhere): Warning! Beware, you have just entered the DIY zone..... ;-)
...when you say blow up, do you mean it literally or.... Personally I've never had an issue with the 'analog read' and 'AREF'.... been doing analog read via pot (servo>knob) to control a servo and nothing has ever blown up so far..... also, never called "analogRef...." before analogRead()......
http://www.jameco.com/jameco/workshop/jamecobuilds......is AREF connected wrong? Tronixstuff has a good explanation... but still what about Jameco...??
the first line of code should read as follows:#include <SoftwareSerial.h>....I didn't get any compile error....
Thanks for the advice. I've tried it and it works fine with the newest version.Anyways, I use the old version, 1.0.4, a habit I guess, and it seem the above mentioned folders are empty for it.... :-( .... So that's just life...
You are right ! I've tried with ver 1-0-x. and 1-5-x....... the 'bootloaders' and 'variants' folders seem to be empty.... I havent' tried with the newest IDE....
You're absolutely right... I agree!
I totally agree.....
I like your version better because of the jumpers.....
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yes, indeed very nice - I have all sorts of breadboard friendly "things" (like simple switches, leds, pots etc) but it never occurred to me to make one for a tacticle switch .... great work!
what is the Arduino used for (shown in the working prototype picture) ?
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