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14:51, 16 May 2012MAX6675 hookup diagram.png (file)54 KBK-mob (Illustration for how to hook up the MAX6675 based on the datasheet)1
04:59, 19 December 2011Eink.png (file)779 KBAmeyer 1
04:55, 19 December 2011Unnamed.jpg (file)891 BAmeyer 1
14:46, 18 December 2011Testfile2.png (file)76 KBAmeyer 1
04:58, 18 December 2011Testfile.png (file)58 KBAmeyer 1
17:44, 30 May 2011EM-406.jpg (file)36 KBAmeyer 1
14:39, 27 March 2011MLX90614 hookup.png (file)41 KBAmeyer 1
14:36, 24 March 2011SolenoidArduinoTip120.png (file)42 KBAmeyer 4
05:50, 22 March 2011Astable.png (file)10 KBK-mob (Wiring diagram of 555 timer in astable mode)1
19:50, 20 March 2011LD1117V33.pdf (file)979 KBK-mob (PDF of spec sheet for 3.3 volt regulator)1
17:18, 20 March 2011Monostable2.png (file)9 KBK-mob (Wiring diagram to operate 555 timer in monostable mode)1
05:06, 20 March 2011Laser-Card.pdf (file)223 KBK-mob (PDF for the laser card Sparkfun sells)1
05:05, 20 March 2011Laser card.jpg (file)11 KBK-mob (Image of laser card sold by Sparkfun)1
15:43, 8 February 2011D2O2.jpg (file)2 KBRobotix 1
15:43, 8 February 2011D2O.jpg (file)13 KBRobotix 1
15:24, 8 February 2011D2H3.jpg (file)9 KBRobotix 1
15:20, 8 February 2011D2H2.jpg (file)2 KBRobotix 1
15:20, 8 February 2011D2H.jpg (file)11 KBRobotix 1
15:12, 8 February 2011D2B2.jpg (file)3 KBRobotix 1
15:12, 8 February 2011D2B.jpg (file)23 KBRobotix 1
08:34, 8 February 2011Tmp102.png (file)52 KBRobotix 1
08:28, 8 February 2011Adjd2.png (file)49 KBRobotix 1
13:54, 1 February 2011Rip2.latex.gif (file)1 KBRobotix 1
13:54, 1 February 2011Resistors in parallel 2.gif (file)1 KBRobotix 1
13:51, 1 February 2011Rip.latex.gif (file)1 KBRobotix 1
13:42, 1 February 2011Resistors in parallel.gif (file)1 KBRobotix 1
13:24, 1 February 2011Led diagram.gif (file)12 KBRobotix 1
15:48, 22 January 2011LSM303DLH.jpg (file)91 KBAmeyer 1
03:53, 12 January 2011HMC6352 A.jpg (file)139 KBAmeyer 2
15:49, 28 December 2010ResistorParallel.png (file)32 KBAmeyer (Resistors in Parallel)1
15:48, 28 December 2010ResistorSeries.png (file)21 KBAmeyer (Resistors in series)1
23:58, 20 December 2010RGB LED CA.png (file)19 KBAmeyer 2
23:56, 20 December 2010RGB LED CC.png (file)19 KBAmeyer 2
11:54, 8 December 2010A+ Certified.jpg (file)57 KBRobotix 3
23:41, 4 December 2010BlinkingLEDs555.png (file)14 KBQfe0 1
04:12, 3 December 2010HbridgeWithRelays.png (file)37 KBAmeyer 1
03:27, 3 December 2010Hbridge.png (file)45 KBAmeyer 1
12:13, 23 November 2010E-Ink.jpg (file)709 KBRobotix 1
01:31, 22 November 2010HMC6352 Arduino.png (file)56 KBAmeyer 1
01:52, 17 November 2010MPR121.jpg (file)180 KBAmeyer (From Sparkfun)1
01:42, 15 November 2010VMUSIC2.jpg (file)6 KBPatgadget 1
16:43, 14 November 2010LEDs.jpg (file)317 KBAmeyer (LEDs from mediawiki commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Verschiedene_LEDs.jpg)1
16:00, 14 November 2010S202S02.jpg (file)56 KBAmeyer (S202S02 Solid State Relay)1
14:45, 14 November 2010A1321.jpg (file)45 KBAmeyer (A1321 Linear Hall Effect Sensor)1
14:21, 14 November 2010A1321 hookup.png (file)41 KBAmeyer (ALLEGRO MICROSYSTEMS - A1321LUA Linear Hall Effect Sensor )1
21:20, 13 November 2010Momentary Switch Schematic.png (file)10 KBDanieljabailey (Shows how to connect a push to make switch to a microcontroller, pin is high when switch is open, low when closed)1
21:16, 13 November 2010Momentary Switches.JPG (file)258 KBDanieljabailey (Selection of different momentary push to make switches)1
01:55, 13 November 2010RFM12B PINOUT.PNG (file)22 KBPatgadget (RFM12B Pinout)1
06:45, 11 November 2010Flexibleflatcable.jpg (file)56 KBNphillips (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flat-Flex-Cable.jpg)1
01:11, 11 November 2010RFM12B.jpg (file)45 KBPatgadget (RFM12B is a low costing ISM band transceiver module implemented with unique PLL. It works signal ranges from 433/868/915MHZ bands, comply with FCC, ETSI regulation. The SPI interface is used to communicate with microcontroller for parameter setting.)1

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