Hi i would like to know if anyone can break the chip card ? ive seen the professor from cambrige university did has anyone get feedbacks?
Posted by sparthe 7 years ago
this chip is used for device for bleaching teeth called zoom . after 60 minutes of use it stop working . so the device wont work until i replace the chip again . the chip work just for 60 mins. some people tald that its photoisolater but i didnt know which type because there are many types of photoisolater. other said it is power unit . regard rafail11
Asked by rafail11 8 years ago
I bought a JDM programmer from ebay. It has slots for 8 pin, 18 pin and 28 pin chips. It's not a professional model, it's probably home made. When I use Winpic800 in Windows XP SP3 it is able to successfully read and write to both the 18 and 28 pin chips without a problem, but not with 8 pin chips. They're not automatically detected like the other chips nor can they be read of programmed properly. I think it might be due to power , but I'm on a desktop PC, so I don't think it's providing less power than required, plus why would 18 and 28 pin chips work all right. It could be the programmer, but all the connections appear sound, plus the thing came with some smart cards that already contained pre-programmed chips, including two 8 pin chips, so you'd think that it must've worked at some point. As it stands I haven't got a clue what I'm doing wrong and I would really appreciate help with this. Thanks :)
Posted by BTaylor 10 years ago
I get several birthday cards or little toys that have sound chips inside with a prerecorded message. The board looks simple but I can't figure out out to re-record my own sound onto it. Most of them have a big black plastic dot over (something). Does this make it impossible to get to the actual chip/program? (Yes, I know I could BUY one -- I want to repurpose the several I have).
Asked by implaxis 4 years ago
Hi Sorry for the bad English, hope you understand what I'm after. I've been searching the site for a kit that memorizes. Lets say you got 12 different buttons and 3 tactical buttons, when I push First Tactical for, lets say 3 sec. it goes into "write" mode, and now I make a combination of pushes on the 12 buttons, when done press the tactical again and now the combination is stored. And repeat with the remaining two tactical. Now I got 3 Tactical with different press Combo's. When I'm in need of combo N#1 I just press the Tactical N#1 and it does the combo I've saved before. And so one if I'm in need of saved Combo's on N#2 and N#3. There should be a LED that tells me when I'm in "write" mode. Hope its not to confusing to understand, Its for my disabled little brother and are gonna be a great help for him and us. I will go in to further details if anybody has an idea on how to realize the setup Tnx in advance Best Regards Henrik Andersen
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Asked by brunoaco 9 years ago
What are some good uses for an extra Computer Mouse or the chip inside it?
Asked by Atomman 9 years ago
I recently aquired a handful of chips labeled Analog Devices ADTL 84. It's a 14 pin SMT part. Any ideas about what this is/does? I've done extensive Googling to no avail. I can add pictures later if anybody wants. Thanks in advance!
Asked by Erik J 8 years ago
Its tiny, ≈ 4mm, has 16 pads Have to try to hand solder it. have some really thin solder i think its .2mm? Or should i go with more of a heat gun method (would have to buy a cheap heatgun, would hairdryer work??) chip might also go by 16-VQFN 16-HVQFN, 16-SQFN, 16-DHVQFN its chip TPS61090- both on digikey and mouser thanks
Asked by astroboy907 7 years ago
I need some help identifying some old parts... Google didn't find anything that I could tell. They are: 1) AMI 8029vi C11262 (Some sort of old dip style IC chip) 2) DIS1283 8004 (This is some type of display but I can't seem to find anything on it. Wanted to see if I could hook it to an Arduino??) Thanks for any help. Mike C.
Posted by mbcharney 1 year ago
It's April 5 and I was hoping to show my instructable off tomorrow. Will it be officially published by tomorrow afternoon, 130 EST? Thanks.
Asked by LeslieLouie 2 years ago
While doing some research, I saw a link that said "How CPUs Are Made: From Sand to Silicon". Mildly intrigued and not knowing anything about how they are made, I clicked and went to the page and read. The article briefly runs through a highly abridged series of steps in the making of what eventually turns out to be an Intel i7 processor. It starts off with the raw materials (SiO2, e.g., sand) and how they turn it into monstrous (about 220 pounds!), essentially pure, silicon ingots from which wafers are made. and many steps later the processors are boxed up and ready for store shelves.
Posted by The Ideanator 7 years ago
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Asked by triumphman 8 years ago
The L293D chip outputs only 600ma of current for each channel. Can I combine its two channels to draw a total current of 1.2 A to run a single DC motor that needs 1A current?
Asked by raftor 3 years ago
Alright, so, i have this ic chip and want to do a project with it, but the problem is , i don't know what it does therefore i don't know what i can do with it. the writing on top of the chip says mc34063 and underneath it says 1110 please help me if you know what it does? i will put a picture on this thread. extra info: i salvageed it from a radio i believe
Posted by flubbersaurus 4 years ago
I Need somebody who can build a EMP or rfid Killer to deactivate a human Chip implantat. I live in Germany. It don t have to be dangerouse for my live if it deactivate my Chip. And it don t have to damage other Things. Only my Personal Radius. I would Pay much for it if someone would safety do this for me.
Asked by DELETED_flyer9384 5 years ago
I scavenged this chip out of an old weather station. Its an rf transmitter that broadcasts on 433 MHz. I am looking for any type of data sheet to identify the pin out. I have labeled the ones I know and hope to be able to integrate this into an arduino. Thanks you for your help! The chip is labeled with: TB-THR128-0.1 016-408603-01 Connection points are circled in red. High-Res Images: The chip: http://i.imgur.com/zG7z6eq.jpg The underside: http://i.imgur.com/ojipNPo.jpg What it was attached to: http://i.imgur.com/6SpCEXl.jpg
Asked by transistorguy 5 years ago
Hello everybody,i purchased some atmega328pu chips for a DIY projects (arduino bootloaded) ,just to get little space for my projects,I have already done with the chip part and im stucked on the Usbasp programming,i purchaces a programmer from e bay. https://www.protostack.com/download/Users%20Guide%20%28AC-PG-USBASP-UG-V2.0%29.pdf I found the pinout for this programmer,and i attacked 4 cables on my atmega328pu chip, TX,RX,VCC,GND,also i installed the drivers from the site,And now im going onto arduino IDE,and i cant find a port to upload my sketches,nothink seems to communicate,and i got stucked here,i need some help Thank you.. (sorry for my bad english) P.S Im a new guy on programming and chip stuff :D
Asked by StefanosK1 2 years ago
It may seem strange, but a scientist has implanted an ID chip with a computer virus inside it into his body so that whenever he passes an ID scanner, the virus will copy itself onto the scanner and spread throughout the system. It was made to prove a point that if somebody were to create a virus for the ID chipping system, it would be easy and could kill somebody if they had, for example, a pacemaker. A scary thought!
Posted by The Jamalam 8 years ago
So I took apart a remote control for a cheap helicopter. There is a 14 pin microcontroller on board. Unfortunately it looks like any other 14 pin IC out there and there are no markings on it. Is there anyway to identify possibilities. For example if I mapped where each pin goes on the PCB. Luke pin one goes to the LED's, pin 2 goes to the joystick, etc. Is there any way to "read" the chip to figure out what it might be?
Asked by MDheliMech 5 years ago
What properties of an environment can be measured with solid state sensors? Specifically, I am thinking of a project requiring a suite of sensors-on-chips that can measure their immediate (dry) environment and pass the data to a control unit.So far, I know of temperature, magnetism, radiation, acceleration and light (a camera chip).Are there any other (reasonably priced) solid state sensors, and where could I find them (either new, or reclaimed from something else)Edited:OK, so I thought I could be vague about my questions and then surprise everybody with a working satellite.Turns out I'm not so clever as I thought.I'm trying to recreate Sputnik on a tiny budget. Something that could be made by Joe Public, without having to rely on grants or Lottery funding.Sputnik weighed nearly as much as I do, but all it did was measure temperature and pressure, then send beeps that changed if the temperature or pressure went outside a certain range. I know it has been outdone by students with CubeSats, but they still cost tens of thousands of dollars.I thought that it should be possible to recreate (and out-do) Sputnik's capabilities on a single board, a simple programmable control chip taking in the data from a set of sensor-chips encoding it somehow, then passing it to a transmitter to be beamed to Earth.I thought - still thinking micro-budget - that the whole thing could be cased in a short piece of sealed PVC tubing, since PVC is radio-transparent.In my head, in fact, the satellite looks like a relay baton, but shorter.Am I being stupidly optimistic?
Posted by Kiteman 9 years ago
I need a peltier chip for a project and I'm a little confused how they work. I'm pretty sure I got it right, but not positive. Can someone tell me if this is right? The hot side of a peltier chip is attached to a heatsink with "grease" (can someone tell me where to get that?) then a fan blows the hot air away from the peltier chip from the side and another fan blows across the side of the peltier chip to its intended destination for cooling. Is this right?
Asked by Adum24 7 years ago
Okay, so im looking to replace some IC's in a laptop. simple enough, but theres one thing. the part numbers differ by only one digit, and searching for either returns identical results. its a DDR ram chip, made by samsung, part "K4D551638F-TC40". the number that changes on two of the four chips is on the first line, with the word "Samsung". one two of the chips its a "510", while on the other two its a "540". if i google the chip and go to images, most of the results show one with a 510 on it. i know it isnt the clock speed, because according to the datasheet that is shown by the "TC40", so does anyone have a clue what those 3 digits on that first line mean? if anything?
Asked by zack247 5 years ago
Hi, I would like to reset the chip of a cartridge that I use for printing so that I can refill and continue printing. There a resetters available and I was wondering how thess devices work. Can anyone explain. In addition, If you know of a simple way to reset, let me know
Posted by anon_private 2 years ago
Does there exist an IC, which can flash RGB LEDs? I really like auto-flash LEDs, but I would like to have several LEDs flash (and change colour) in sync. But auto-flash LEDs, have different flash rates. Is there an IC, which can flash several manual control 4-pin RGB LEDs???
Asked by R0B0_Ninja 9 years ago
Hi there. I'm interested in seeing if anyone knows if it's possible and considerably easy to change the songs that the Fisher Price Music Box Record Player plays. This is NOT the original version with an actual music box in it. This is 2010 version which has some sort of sound chip in it. We have opened it up and it seems like you should be able to just replace the chip that has the music on it but we have no idea how to do that. Just curious if anyone has any ideas! Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!
Posted by tidalfingers 5 years ago
Hi. My kid (and I) have recently started messing around with Snap Circuits. We have a specific project in mind and want to design the circuit using Snap Circuits, then shrink it to fit in an Altoids box. Question: Is there a direct facsimile available of the integrated chips in the Snap Circuits box? Meaning, the same input voltage and current, where I can assemble all the matching components to my Snap Circuits circuit (switches, resistors, capacitors), and then just switch in the new (small) IC for where the Snap Circuits IC goes. This would also help with troubleshooting. Any thoughts? Here is the Elenco supplied schematic description of the Snap Circuits' IC: http://www.snapcircuits.net/downloads/ic_info.pdf
Posted by BBBMMM111 3 years ago
Hi, I have been fiddling with Arduinos for quite a while now, I would like to get some PICs, because they are WAY cheaper, and you have to do more to get them to work, not just plug 'n play. I am going to get 2 free sample 16f648a's from MicroChip for an 8x8 matrix game like this one:https://www.instructables.com/id/Christmas-card-with-inbuilt-retro-video-game-for-u/ any suggestions for other PICs to get from MicroChip? Also, what is a good cheap programmer, or one I could build? Thanks a lot, Geek P.S. I am pretty good at soldering and electronics, so if anyone has ideas of other fun projects that would be cool.
Posted by circuitbreaker 8 years ago
Schematic http://tinypic.com/r/21lsfnn/7 I am currently trying to design a multi board circuit (as detailed in the attached diagram). I want one control board with a PIC program which governs the selection of LED's across the three different boards. Q1 needs to flash six times .25s on .25s off and then stay on for 10 seconds Q2 needs to turn on and stay on for 15 seconds Q3 has two functions either: red LED on for 15 seconds OR red LED on for 1 second then green LED on for 15 seconds Q4 needs to turn on and stay on for 15 seconds I only want one LED option to be on at anyone time across the three slave boards. If anyone can give me any pointers for starting this project I would be really appreciative as this is quite an urgent task. Many Thanks
Asked by cgalmrott 7 years ago
Hey eveyone, i want help figuring out if can use either of these 2 chips for programming. the datasheets are below: atmel at29c512-90jc \/ http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc0456.pdf or mosel vitelic v29c51002t \/ http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheet/mosel/V29C51002T.pdf' any help is appreciated
Asked by zack247 8 years ago
I need a bunch of old CPU microprocessor chips for a craft project. They can be totally non-functional. I'm interested in the physical package, not working electronics. I'll pay postage and agree upon a sales price. However, I'm most interested in older chips, the 486's and early Pentiums (586's). See figure 2 as a guideline. I need a bunch ( > 30) but I'll buy them one at a time if necessary. All are for an Instructable, so it's for a good cause. Any advice for websites that are selling to old chips would also be appreciated. Thanks for any help!
Posted by CrLz 8 years ago
Can you help? I have a CROCHET pattern for a potato chip ruffle scarf...But I am desperate for a video. I promised my granddaughter one for Christmas> So far I have ruined the beginning of a beautiful skein..Sadly, I don't know how to knit...thank you in advance
Asked by Sharronn 6 years ago
I got a little chip that i am guessing is some sort of...well i dont know exactly but i found the Datasheet for it and it seems interesting,but i can't quite put my finger on what it is.Its a little chip,with 20 pins.it says PALACE16V8H-15Under that it says PC/4 9512MXM LCan someone tell me exactly what this is?And maybe what it does?Thanks~ReCreate
Asked by ReCreate 9 years ago
Im having trouble in finding a heatsink for an LM317M chip and was looking for suggestions on where to find one that would be good for it. this is the datasheet for the chip...it should be the DCY Package (top view) http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/lm317m.pdf
Asked by diabloboy 5 years ago
Hi, I'm working on a project and am wondering: Where can I get a cheap AVR programmer compatible with Atmega chips? Specifically the ATmega32U4. It does not need to have a socket for the chip, I'll be doing in circuit programming. Please help.
Posted by gimmelotsarobots 8 years ago
Hello fellow Arduino-ists I've got an old laser mouse (DELL M-UVDEL1) and I want to get my arduino uno or mega (I've got both) to read the data it sends out and print it to the serial monitor. First, can anyone tell me the pinout of the chip on the following picture: http://imgur.com/oy4si, bakside: http://imgur.com/B4sQM, then I think I can work from there, unless anyone wants to help me even more by posting an example code, that would be great
Posted by mdanielsson1 5 years ago
I'm wanting to touch up some chips on ceramic tile which is on our sidewalk. The tile is different from the typical smooth gloss single color which you commonly see in bathrooms. This tile has a bit of a texture and some speckles. The texture (no doubt) is in place to keep you from killing yourself walking when it gets wet from rain etc... I was dreaming of using some sort of opaque paint marker(s) and a perhaps some sort of epoxy sealant. Maybe laying down some paint marker and then manually adding some speckles.... I'm using these terms loosely. Any suggestions? See picture of sample chip. I put a quarter in the picture to give you some sense of scale. You may notice some discoloration around the grout area - that's probably because I had just wiped the tile area clean with a wet paper towel.
Asked by bobzjr 6 years ago