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Hi GursimranIf there is a short on the board that blows the J2.2 fuse, the hot lines (J2.1, J2.3) are still hot and, if presented with a path to ground (I'm assuming your case is grounded) there will be a shock, spark, damage to your circuit. If the transformer is something like a 12v CT, the voltage (24VAC) will not be dangerous to you but would easily damage your circuit.
Very nicely done. Nice and neat. But I think a fuse on the ground line (J2.2) is a really bad idea. Be careful.
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Figured it out. Just needed to get the moding sequence correct.
I added #include<TimeLib.h> to get this statement to compile :setSyncProvider (RTC.get); Also, I added an external LED to pin 12 instead of a beeper, then added a beeper to pin 13. In your SW, this is commented out://RTC_on (); // don't forget to power on // setTime (13, 42, 0, 13, 2, 2017); // hour, min, sec, day, month, year // DS3232RTC.set (now ()); // transfer to RTCIs that correct? Also, the thing does track (something !) so that works Everything else is per the schematic. I didn't desolder the led etc because I'm not concerned about power consumption. Have a big LiPo !
Hey yoh,I built your thing, cool - kinda. I had to add #include <TimeLib.h> to get setSyncProvider (RTC.get); to compile. Also, it doesn't matter which object or location I choose, it points to the same place. Motors work, sequencing works (object, location, demo mode), and what ever it thinks it's pointing to it tracks it. Thoughts?
Good stuff. I'm going to try to adapt to a go to control for a small telescope. But where did you get the DS3232RTC.h from? I bought the DS3231 from AdaFruit, but the driver they have posted is different. RTClib.h.
Awesome project. I have an old Radio Shack DMM that has an RS232 interface. I think I'll give this a try. Can't stand looking away when I have the probes on some surface mount part !!!!!!
Be very careful, if you can sense millivolts from the heart, a problem with the circuit can send them to the heart which would not be good.
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