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I accidentally broke the antenna inside my wireless mouse -- at least I'm pretty sure it's an antenna. It's about 0.5mm diameter and runs ~115mm around the perimeter of the top of the PCB, then is soldered through on both ends.
About 1-2mm broke off, and I thought I'd fix it by...
I'm learning to use the UART/USART on a PIC microcontroller, to interface with a computer for the first time.
Every time I want to re-program the PIC, this is what I do:
Disconnect COM port from breadboard.
Connect Pickit 3 USB programmer to the PIC.
Has the diagram you posted (no resistor).
But this one (the "Design Manual") has two diagrams with the resistor, on page 20 and 25...
No that is the analog diagram (digital is attached to this post).
Oh, and sorry about my mistake on ADC input impedance (10K is the recommeded _source_ impedance for the ADC). The input impedance on my current chip (PIC 12F1822) is actually about 7K (@5V Vdd).
Still -- that's even lower. Can...
I bought a PIR motion sensor with analog output (Panasonic AMN22112).
Digi-Key page: https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/AMN22112/255-1806-ND/735389
I'm working on a project controlling an HD44780 LCD with a PIC microcontroller.
The data lines on the LCD get fed from a 74HC164 shift register that if controlled by the PIC.
I had it running, but wanted to keep the LCD off until the shift register has a known value, so I unplugged Vdd on the...
I hadn't even considered the tip getting less heat. Understood.
I'm more concerned about the iron getting too hot and damaging itself...???
The plating also protects the copper from being dissolved by the molten tin in solder.
I didn't grind mine till it was too oxidized to work anymore.
I've seen two kinds of soldering iron tip:
1) short tip with threads that screw into the iron.
2) long tip that slides all way into the iron, and is held by a set screw.
My question is about 2):
Would it be okay to run the iron with the tip only inserted half-way into the iron?
Hello, I need to build a circuit that can record audio frequencies up to 45kHz.
I have two main questions:
1) What kind of microphone do i need?
2) What kind of circuit do I need in order to make these sounds audible to a human? A circuit that can lower the input frequencies by about 20kHz...
All i'm trying to do is figure out why my neighbor's smoke alarm seems to be beeping at different intervals.
I've timed 30 seconds in between beeps, all the way to 3 minutes.
I don't see how it's possible for a timer that's supposed to go off every 30 seconds to take 3 minutes to go off.
Can anyone please tell me what the typical circuit or mechanism is that times the beep that a smoke alarm makes when the battery is getting low?
And say the battery is getting _really_ low -- how much might that effect the timing?
For instance -- if the timer is supposed to beep every 30...