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Well basically I started using Rumbletalk application which cheapest one for me counting what functions I need. Well it really is a good application where you can edit the design as much as you would like, post youtube videos, charts, pictures other files 3d printing
- Tue Jun 13, 2017 12:28 pm
- Forum: LeoStick
- Topic: Turning off the blue power LED in software?
- Replies: 3
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Ya, but do you really want one with a green LED light on it? LOL You can pick up a dual pole single throw switch at any electronics store for a couple bucks. The 3rd connector on that one is probably for juice for the LED. Don't worry about the voltage rating or anything. Even a 120V switch will wor...
- Sat Jun 10, 2017 5:41 am
- Forum: EtherTen
- Topic: Issues using pin A4 on Etherten (input)
- Replies: 5
- Views: 3313
Welcome to Cayenne, glad you got it sorted out! For 8 relays I'd recommend having a separate 5v power supply because it can add up to a substantial mA draw if they are all activated at the same time. Each one should be around around 20mA so that's 160mA total. It can handle it, but why push it? Here...
The programmed time will reset due to serial connection issues, but is easily resolved by cutting the RESET-EN trace between the pads. However, doing that blocks the com so a wire and switch need to be soldered to the pads to re-enable when needed. I am yet to also perform this operation on my Ether...