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Make an accurate Arduino clock using only one wire - NO external hardware needed!
Success Using the JY-MCU (linvor) Bluetooth Module
Arduino-controlled UV LED PCB Exposure Box
i couldnt make it work without seeing this !
Hey relic, thanks mate !!
Hi, I need output clock with variable frequency (100KHz +- 10%)...using timers
I newbie for arduino. I have just made UV box. But i have some question. Can you explain for me:1. Can you share your shematic or board to connect LCD with timer board ( i have LCD 1602 but it have 16 pin and your timer board use 12 pin)2. Map to connect between boards.3. Reed relay?On timer board :JP5 - ?JP7 - ?JP4 -?JP8 -?On button panel boardJP1 -?JP3 - ?3. What is light board?4. What height from uv led to pcb?Thanks.
I've programmed many ATmega chips using various methods (UNO as ISP, USBTiny, Atmel Studio, etc). I'm now starting a project using the ATmega32U4 44 pin TQFP iC (Leonardo).Do you know of any specific configuration or settings to consider for these chips? Also ... once the bootloader has been burned I should be able to use the on-board USB host to upload sketches correct?Thanks in advance for any advice! I'll probably pick up one of those TQFP to DIP adapters. The 44 pin versions can be found here for anyone else interested...http://www.ebay.com/itm/261576185880?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
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