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Thank you for like to my https://hackaday.io/project/164233-leavening-cell
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Hello Vishnu, thank you for liking and following #Kobold - retro TTL computer !
Thankyou for the Skull, I appreciate any support I can get, I am humbly shooting for the 50k
Thankyou for the follow, be sure to skull anything you like :)
Thanks for following my $25 Spectrometer project!
Thank You Vishnu for liking and following #Smart remote for robot Pablo . Cool !
Cool project you have there. I really like wheeled robots :)
Thanks for liking and following #SIGN LANGUAGE TRANSLATOR :)
Thanks for the follow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUCIye9z9q8&index=86&t=10s&list=PLVO0jcdawvf7p9JAfbYom74zeI1z_sMRO
Thanks for your Likes to my projects.
Love that project! ;)
Hi Vishnu, thank you for liking the One Transistor FlipFlop, https://hackaday.io/project/112126-one-transistor-flipflop !
It's really interesting :)
Howdy Vishnu, thanks for following me, and good luck with the Prize!
Thanks mate :)
Thanks for following my hackable LoRa Devices project!
I'm planning to integrate a LoRa module into my EXPLOG. May be I could use your project information and test results for it.
The Grasshopper dev board is open source.
Yeah, but costly. I'll need a more economic solution. But I'll adopt the design aspects from it.. Thanks :)
The Murata module is ~$10, if you buy a separate MCU + SX1276 you will pay about the same. At least with the Murata module you have the advantage of an exccvellent Arduino core.
OK. Will check them out. But "Ai-Thinker" produces some modules called RA-01 and RA-02 at about half the price. But I yet have to test them for their performance. I'll need to buy LoRa modules from many vendors and test them.
Thanks for following # Lets make OSHW more successful! . We are currently looking for new OSHW projects to collaborate with.
Thanks. How does the birthday alarm last for fifty years? Guess I need to read about it...
Hi Kris. 50 years is the calculated expected lifetime including the self discharge (which is about 600 nA) of the CR2450 (540 mAh) cell. The device consumes an average of around other 600 nA. So total nominal current consumption around 1.2 uA. You can see the summary of these calculations in the "Features" part of the description.
Thanks for following my Raman probe project!
Hi thanks for following and liking my projects Wheeled Walker Hybrid Bot!. and InspectorBot
It's a pleasure.
Thank you for the like :)
Hi Vishnu, thanks for the follow!
Liked your projects :)
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