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the command " ser.write('3') " is not working. I checked the leds they are fine and their polarity is also correct. what might be the problem here?
I made it and it works well. but i want to know how i can draw more current out of it to charge it faster.?
hey the code here works well but I am coming across the issue that the current values are not coming right when I try to exit the while() loop and get into other functions. Only when i stay in the loop indefinitely it is giving the right values. I tried using break: but the same problem persists. please suggest what I can do about this
I am using this to amplify the signal of my CT and convert it to a DC signal. what i realised was that the output is staying at 5 volts even when there is no signal. Why is this happening?
I tried going through datasheets of both IRLZ44n and IRF510. they seem similar. can i replace the IRLZ44n with IRF510?
DIY Constant current load
Arduino Tutorials (part 4 - 21 Tutorial Pack)
hey how did you convert the librecad file to pdf format and print it ? the print is not coming to the same scale as the drawing
hey i executed the program and there seems to be an error in the line 12. it says 'TCCR1 was not declared in this scope'. I dont want to bother you with the programming questions, but i tried understanding this code and there are some terms I dont understand. these are the errors it showed when i executed it in the arduino uno. BuckBoostConverter:12: error: 'TCCR1' was not declared in this scopeBuckBoostConverter:12: error: 'PWM1A' was not declared in this scopeBuckBoostConverter:13: error: 'PWM1B' was not declared in this scope'TCCR1' was not declared in this scope
is there any change needed if I want to do this on an arduino nano or the other arduino boards?
Mini Stereo Amplifier
hey can what software can i use to design a perfboard? I usually scan the perfboard and take a print of it. and then end up drawing the components on it to find the best placement. it gets tedious for complicated circuits. please suggest
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