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Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #75
[quote author="ian"]@Tayken - I'd avoid the Microchip SD card library if possible. There are a bunch of easily portable open source versions floating around. I think the first link in the equivalence table is the one I wanted to try most recently:

http://dangerousprototypes.com/docs/Com ... ributables[/quote]

I have succesfull used petitfs ( http://elm-chan.org/fsw/ff/00index_p.html ) on a pic18F.

Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #76
[quote author="ian"]@Tayken - I'd avoid the Microchip SD card library if possible. There are a bunch of easily portable open source versions floating around. I think the first link in the equivalence table is the one I wanted to try most recently:

http://dangerousprototypes.com/docs/Com ... ributables[/quote]
Yep, they have lots of problems with that. I also have to use the TCP/IP stack so I am weighting my options for now. I have a method for hacking the stack (by changing defines, not a biggie) but I am not sure...

Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #77
[quote author="Sjaak"][quote author="ian"]@Tayken - I'd avoid the Microchip SD card library if possible. There are a bunch of easily portable open source versions floating around. I think the first link in the equivalence table is the one I wanted to try most recently:

http://dangerousprototypes.com/docs/Com ... ributables[/quote]

I have succesfull used petitfs ( http://elm-chan.org/fsw/ff/00index_p.html ) on a pic18F.[/quote]
It says it is an 8-bit library...

WAIT A MINUTE! It already has an example project for PIC24FJ46GA002. Nice :)


Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #79
Nice resistor kit, I love these. If you get your popular parts (2K, 10K for us) in a reel you'll never run out :)
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Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #80
I just ordered this:

Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #81
cool :)

i just received my little clock / square wave board adjustable from 1Khz to 33MHz
it is base on LTC1799  and for the price it is pretty good, real decent SW until 5MHz
SW rising edge is a bit cut at 10 MHz and it becomes rapidly a triangle wave until 30MHz ...
freq seems pretty stable and near no noise. 
they design is really simple and  it seems a real keeper to include in my future projects  :o)

 i was using my BusPirate as clock , but i need it in more useful place than just a clock :-)

http://http://www.ebay.ca/itm/130675415827?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #82
You know how hard it is to choose the right conector when all you have is an online catalog and well TE Conectivity (via Digikey) sent me a sample pack of their sotutions for SSL http://www.te.com/en/industries/lighting.html

BTW I cant believe UPS took a month to deliver this package, it's even slower than the Postal Office!!

There are some pics




I really like the solder less LED sockets.

I also liked this conectors, really easy to asemble and join wires.



I also got a PSOC5 kit CY8CKit-050. This board uses the same FX2LP based onboard programmer than the first touch kits.

Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #83
[quote author="JuKu"]I just ordered this:
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When I got it, the small flat cable was missing. Instead, there were two of the "squid" cables with loose pin connectors. The flat cable is handier in most cases, as you can unplug the tool easier. So, I wrote to Digi-Key asking for one. I said is not a big deal and I don't want to return it, as I need to use the tool more than I need the missing part. They decided to send me another one for free and said to keep the first one, too. So, for a missing 2€ cable I got a free 200€ tool. It will be handy when I build a two processor something. :)

Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #84
Reviving the old, but fun thread -or am I the only one getting new toys? Yesterday, I ordered:

A) A three output programmable power supply with V and A meters on all outputs. You would think there are more products that do this, but I really find only one affordable product, ATTEN PPS3203T ( a 5A model exist, but 3A is plenty for my purposes):


B) A reflow oven with prototyping kit and a controller for it:



Also some leaded paste, but the picture is not interesting. :-)


Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #86
[quote author="JuKu"]...
B) A reflow oven with prototyping kit and a controller for it:



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where did you bought the reflow oven with the controller kit ?


Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #88
What nobody bought  things lately :oP

I just got few new batteries...  this is my first try at li ion batteries,  those will power  a small arduino kindof project ...


Re: I just bought this, and you what did you buy ?

Reply #89
[quote author="voidptr"]What nobody bought  things lately :oP

I just got few new batteries...  this is my first try at li ion batteries,  those will power  a small arduino kindof project ...

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Did you buy a charger?  How are you going to charge them?

I made one, but I'm not going to post it.  It's a real dangerous prototype!