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Wooden Digital Clock
Thanks again, that's clear now. I won't be using network streaming anyway, just a HDMI. I will also try to modify it to send the 5V over HDMI cable.
Thanks a lot. I don't know how it is possible that they sell more than twice cheaper than China. And BTW I use GBP as well.Last question as I'm not familiar with Pi at all, how do you capture video or stills, does Pi handle that or through an external capture device?Honestly I've never seen such a good quality images even from a lot more expensive chinese microscopes or webcams. This is why you got my attention here. Only thing I would improve is lightning.
Just use a ruler and measure it if that number is important to you.
Hey, it's an awesome tutorial, thanks for a great job. I wanted to make it but the cheapest Raspberry Pi Zero W I've found, even in China costs about 25€. Could you please provide a link to the one that costs 10€? Thanks.
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It is unclear where the 100 ohm resistor should be. On one of your schematics it's between Arduino RX and BT TX which doesn't make sense as the BT is 3.3V logic level and Arduino is 5V. On the other schematic you connect BT RX to Arduino RX and TX to TX which is a simple mistake I assume.
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