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 on: Yesterday at 09:10:20 pm 
Started by hexadec - Last post by SB7
I'm in it purely for the street cred...
No , seriously I couldn't care less if people thanked me...
If they can't find the time to say thanks , then obviously we are married and there's nothing we do to fix it.

 2 
 on: Yesterday at 08:10:28 pm 
Started by hexadec - Last post by hexadec
I don't think forcing people to say thanks really works. At least with the present system the 'thanks' are honest and really meant.

 3 
 on: Yesterday at 07:43:23 pm 
Started by hexadec - Last post by Cyberrat
Having to say thank you before seeing the link would be good, as long as there is the ability to remove the thanks afterwards if it turns out that the link is of no use. Wink


 4 
 on: Yesterday at 07:40:25 pm 
Started by Cyberrat - Last post by Cyberrat
Or perhaps the press software?

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 on: Yesterday at 06:22:00 pm 
Started by avrlover - Last post by kreutz
It looks very interesting but the price tag is not so appealing for small volume production (<50/year), what about the only one color available for non-professional license? Does it mean that the screen theme will be monochrome? Do you have to select the color at the license's purchasing time?

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 on: Yesterday at 05:51:15 pm 
Started by boba - Last post by kreutz
It all depends on how much time and money you are willing to invest into a permanent solution.
Reply #4 is a simple and viable solution. If you don't want to get into a mechanical speed conversion between the motor and the generator (nominally 3000rpm into 3600 rpm at the generator's input shaft) you can get a 1KVA 3 phase motor and use a cheap 1.5KVA (single phase input 3 phase output) VFD to drive it. That way you can precisely control the generator's output frequency without mechanical complications. It also makes the solution more compact (direct shaft to shaft coupling).
You might also need a 220Vac to 120Vac 1KVA power transformer depending on the generator's output voltage.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:26:18 pm 
Started by FoxMulder - Last post by metal
This member is invited by me. Registration isn't completed yet.


Note: This message sent by the system behalf of metal.

 8 
 on: Yesterday at 08:58:01 am 
Started by FoxMulder - Last post by FoxMulder
CountryAustralia
NoteElectrical Engineer & Computer Scientist
Developed PS3 3.65 firmware downgrader
Foxtel pay TV authentication bypass
Ported Android to windows phones
Reverse engineered Toyota ECU
Embedded electronics: PIC AVR ATMel etc
I have access to a wide variety of software and hardware for use in reverse engineering.
I hope to bring my expertise to and share my knowledge in the forum.

 9 
 on: Yesterday at 06:53:42 am 
Started by Kerschi - Last post by Kerschi
CountryAustria
NoteI'm programming in C on Pic8 and Pic32. My main project is a mobile shelfing system for my company.
I want to join because of discuss my problems and share my problem solutions.

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 on: June 21, 2017, 11:05:31 23:05 
Started by mack - Last post by mack
Countryusa
NoteI do lots of MC PIC projects for both personal and business applications. Mostly 8 but some 16 bit. Mostly ASM but some C. I've used PICs in frequency counters and RPM indicators, fireworks & air cannon controls, oven controllers, PLCs etc. I'm interested in additional forums outside MC. I,ve been doing this >10y so I think i may have something to add to this forum.

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