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General discussion / Re: Process automation: accurate temperature sensing
« Last post by VirgilBo on October 08, 2017, 05:35:23 am »
Awesome article as per usual, Andy! Thanks for sharing.
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General discussion / Arduino Pro Mini and Nokia 2730
« Last post by optizyme on October 02, 2017, 05:17:44 am »
Hi there,

I have Pro Mini 3v3 version and Nokia 2730. When reading the article, do i miss something? Because i could not find
development board and arduino mega connection and full source code. There is (i think) a library of arduino mega but
i am not sure if i can adapt to pro mini. If i could, should i use 5V version or 3V3 version?
I am very confused.
In short sentences, i would like to use 2730 screen with arduino pro mini.
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Hardware projects / Re: Cinebench 15 Z800
« Last post by Urschnak on September 26, 2017, 01:29:30 pm »
Well, i got 1558cb with 2 x5690 (12 Cores, 24 Threads @ 3,46Ghz)
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Hardware projects / Re: Hacking an HP Z800 motherboard into a standard PC case
« Last post by Urschnak on September 26, 2017, 01:26:35 pm »
Here's the final WIP, awaiting for review/P91 pinout confirmation.

I found the information you are looking for on page 8 in this thread:

Memory fan is from top left to right:

PWM, PWM, TACH
TACH, 12V, Ground

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General discussion / Re: Cheap PCB production
« Last post by Andy Brown on September 20, 2017, 11:25:36 am »
Hi Ricky. I've also noticed that with the 4-layer boards. I think I read somewhere that they go to a different manufacturer but I've never seen that confirmed. I only wish they'd fall in price like the 2 layer boards have done.
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General discussion / Re: Cheap PCB production
« Last post by RickyTerzis on September 20, 2017, 09:49:55 am »
Hi...i am a new user here. In my case i tried ITead and PCBWay. The quality of the 4 layer boards is, I think, markedly better than the 2 layer boards when compared at the limit. The drill accuracy is better - they tend to hit closer to the center of the via pad. The solder mask aperture positioning seems to be better as well. When I received my Nanocounter boards back from PCBWay I was very pleasantly suprised to see that the soldermask was intact between the pins on the 0.5mm pitch QFN40 package on every board in the package.
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Dir sir,
Yes, I know. So far I can use your sharing project to connect Uno and STM32. Could you please give me some turorials in your code so I can edit to get the adc value from STM32. I see in the file named CommandExecutor.cpp have a switch case :
    case cmd::TPIN_GPIO_CONTROL:
      cmd::TpinGpioControl::execute(_tpinManager,_commandBuffer);
      break;

Of course I will declare the adc peripheral of STM32, and add that one in this switch case. Could you please give me some directions so I can edit code in 2 side: Uno and STM32 to accomplish getting the adc from stm32 to uno.

Thank you in advanced!
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General discussion / Process automation: accurate temperature sensing
« Last post by Andy Brown on September 16, 2017, 09:11:03 am »
I've just published a new article describing how I built a temperature sensing board to compliment the earlier relays and triacs board.



Now that I've got sensing and switching I can mount these two boards inside a PC case and get working on the middleware software. Here's a picture of both the boards ready to mount in the case.


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Hi, interfacing a 3.3V (or lower) STM32 to a 5V Arduino is best achieved using the I2C bus.
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Hi all,
The project named Arduino Uno R3 graphics accelerator shield uses no pins was shared by Mr. Andy is really wonderfull for me. Could you all help me some ideas so I can get the data from STM32 chip ( such as ADC, etc) and return to the UNO board?

Thank you all and looking forward feedback from you all!
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