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Dutchess Ihave kept the Car Charger plugged in and seems to activate auto start.

2020-04-20 02:50:52 Helpful (0)
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Jānis Dābolins this is close up review on this product. check this out before buying. https://youtu.be/KGCGicBdX-o

2018-01-01 03:06:06 Helpful (1)
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RichFergy The knife blade is not locking but it is about 2 mm too long to be legal in the UK. I have reprofiled and polished the end and it is hard to tell the difference. The saw blade does, however, lock. The 'problem' with the law is that it is not legal to carry a knife with a locking blade. Does that include a locking saw blade? I don't know but an officious police person might take the view that the saw is a locking blade and therefore illegal. I do use mine ad EDC but I have good reason to carry for my work but I would leave it at home or in the car if I go to the pub. It is a great knife though.

2019-10-03 04:44:54 Helpful (1)
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Slugsie 2019-04-04 13:18:55
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Slugsie You use them to power things off the breadboard. Want 3.3v? Connect to a 3.3v pin and the ground pin opposite. I'll let you figure out how to use the 5v pins.

2019-06-08 07:18:21 Helpful (1)
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Slugsie Easiest way to run these is with an Arduino and the NeoPixel libraries. If you want to run them from a PC directly look at something like a Fadecandy controller.

2019-04-04 01:28:17 Helpful (2)
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Q: how many wats are required to run WS2812 8x8 matrix?

Asked by Michał Tylka on 2017-12-10 05:40:37

Slugsie Full intensity would be roughly 3.8Ah, or 19Wh

2019-04-04 01:25:45 Helpful (1)
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Slugsie Typically you'd expect about 20mAh per colour per LED for WS2812 LEDs. So 20 x 3 (Red, Green, Blue) * 64. So full intensity white would draw roughly 3.8Ah.

2019-04-04 01:23:02 Helpful (2)
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Q: why the product doesn't function with the driver CH341SER?

Asked by giancili on 2018-08-27 12:48:10

Slugsie Remember to set Processor: ATMega328P (Old Bootloader) from within the Arduino IDE.

2019-03-18 07:30:07 Helpful (0)
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