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bhamster "Hi @mkay6123 ! You might find the microplastics wiki page helpful in finding ways to get involved. For example, you could post or answer a micropla..." | Read more » about 2 years ago
amocorro "@mkay6123 Great! So glad you were able to find some topics you were interested in and are still interested in contributing! Have you had a chance t..." | Read more » about 2 years ago
mkay6123 "@amocorro thanks for replying , I just read topic areas and found microplastics and climate change quite interesting. But how can i contribute to t..." | Read more » about 2 years ago
amocorro "@mkay6123 welcome to Public Lab! So glad you were able to find us through the github community. What are your interests? Have you had a chance to l..." | Read more » about 2 years ago
natasa33 "Yes also I am new here and I am also confused, can anyone please help us, I am refereed here by Jaipur4fun where it was described as one of the bes..." | Read more » about 2 years ago
frogslasher "I'm new to I don't know what this is about " | Read more » about 2 years ago
cfastie "It looks like the PIC12LF will do what you need. There is also a low power 555 timer (TLC555) but it is not as low power as the PIC12LF. " | Read more » almost 3 years ago
tcpipchip "cfastie First of all, many thanks about your answer! And time to answer! You said "But if the microcontroller can send a DONE signal as soon as the..." | Read more » almost 3 years ago
cfastie "The TPL5110 depends on getting a signal to the DONE pin, so I am not sure it can just send a pulse every eight seconds. The TPL5111 sets an enable ..." | Read more » almost 3 years ago
tcpipchip "Hi, excelent post! Is there some config without use of DONE gpio, that make the DRV make a pulse each 8 seconds ? I want to send a pulse to a gpi..." | Read more » almost 3 years ago
warren "@warren awards a barnstar to cfastie for their awesome contribution! " | Read more » almost 5 years ago
mathew "cool. if it's a problem, grab a few 1N4001 (or 1N4002,3,4...) diodes from radioshack or any electronics store, they're handy to have around for ju..." | Read more » over 10 years ago
cfastie "Yes, I must be right at the limit for voltage that the cameras can tolerate. One of the diodes on the MK111 (D3) apparently drops the voltage from..." | Read more » over 10 years ago
mathew "cool! the 6v signal isn't a problem for the cameras? USB is usually 5v or lower. if there's a problem, you could put a few diodes in the line to d..." | Read more » over 10 years ago