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  • The RoadTester 500 Poll: What Kind of Engineer Are You? [53% of Goal]

    The element14 community is made up of a diverse collection of people, including engineers, students makers, researchers, academics, and many more. I believe the element14 community team conducted a survey several year...
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  • Project14 | The Force of Electromagnetism: Anything from Solenoids, Motors, to Wireless Transfer!

    Electromagnetism Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a chance to win a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   In the comments below: ...
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  • PiFace 2

    Can not start emulator. Tried the editor to #blacklist-bcm2708 but the editor comes up with a blank screen. blink.py works okay. Have looked and tried a lot of things. Emulator says can't detect pifacedigitalio.
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  • Build a scale that has a display, tare function and be able to fire a relay to switch a valve

    Good morning all,   I am looking to build a filling scale that has the ability to be able to have the weight of the bottle removed with a TARE feature and to be able to signal a relay when we hit our fill weight...
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  • It's on

    I just spent almost 200 € to purchase the stuff I need for my project. I have had this idea for a couple of years and I planned to do it with Arduino, but never got the inspiration to start. Now the challenge ...
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  • Charging two 18650 batteries with one TP4056 module

    Hello,   I want to know if it is possible to charge two 3.7 V 18650 batteries with one TP4056 module.   The batteries would be connected in parallel.   I hope you can help me.   Thanks.
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  • Building a 68000 single board computer

    I have got an itch to build a 68000 bases computer.  It's been a long time since I've dabbled in this sort of thing.  In 1991 I build a 6809 based computer for school.  At the time I remember looking in...
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  • while (Cart.funds()>0) { Cart.add(Item()); } while (!Cart.delivered()) { } return(this_post);

    This year has been off to a relatively good, if not busy, start. After winning RoadTest Review of the Year, whereas previously I was nominated but came dead last, I was surprised to hear from danzima who offered me a ...
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  • The Science of The Force

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  • Workbench Wednesday 03: Considerations for Solder Station Upgrades

    Considerations for Solder Station Upgrades element14 Presents  |  Bald Engineer: James Lewis' VCP Profile |  Project Videos   After a multimeter, a soldering iron is the most useful tool in...
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  • Obi-Wan explains the Force

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  • Project14 | Poll to Decide the April 19' Competition

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  • Make dual channel FET library

    I am trying to make a lib for a dual channel FET the FDMA1024NZ. I looked at similar libs and saw that you make two symbols in the symbol editor and name them A and B.   I did this and connected the relevant pin...
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  • Celebrate the Year of the Pig with the element14 Community!

    Happy Lunar New Year!  This year ushers in the Year of the Pig for 2019!   Now this is a year I can relate to, being born in the Year of the Pig myself, this year welcomes the types of pigs that like to ke...
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  • Episode 381: Reverse Music Box

    Reverse Music Box element14 Presents  |  DJ Harrigan's VCP Profile  |  Project Videos   Buttons, switches, and voice commands are overrated. What if we could control electronics by playi...
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  • szczerel's DreamBoard Design 673593 : Micro Powerful Linux PC

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  • Polymer Capacitor Quiz

    Polymer Capacitor Quiz Test your polymer capacitor knowledge on how they achieve benefits such as a low ESR, improved stability, and greater tolerance for high ripple currents. Return to Passive Components   ...
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  • Bluetooth 5 Radio SoC EVM

      Tab Label Tab Content About About the RSL10 Dev Board The RSL10 Evaluation and Development Board is used for evaluating the RSL10 SoC and for application development.     About the RSL10 SoC RS...
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  • Ultra-Low Power Arm Cortex-M4 Darwin MCU EVM - Review

    Ok, firstly I want to point out that I didn't know that we could post here in element14, so by the time I had half my website, I noticed jancumps entry here. So far, I have written this, and it is currently in develo...
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  • TinyMoBot #6 : The Transparent Version

    I am still working on my Tiny24hourMobot, which as the Question of Scale Project14 has finished I will now call TinyMoBot. As I do not yet have the smaller parts needed to make TinyMoBot fit inside the spray can lid I...
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