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Wer Weis
Wer Weis 4 uur geleden
hello ... just read the info. How about letting the language run in German only - is this going to do?
3 displays alarm-clock with TFT screen, Softwareupdate [170112-b]
CalM_at_Work
CalM_at_Work 8 uur geleden
Hello, sorry but to include more than one language in the code we run out of space. Currently we user 98% of the avr flash, with this mcu it wont be possible to get it in there.
3 displays alarm-clock with TFT screen, Softwareupdate [170112-b]
Wer Weis
Wer Weis 21 uur geleden
one more suggestion... I played v2.7 ... thanks question: can you still accommodate the language selection on the new page?
3 displays alarm-clock with TFT screen, Softwareupdate [170112-b]
DF5CL
DF5CL 1 dag geleden
Hallo DC7FB, Schau mal auf: http://www.elektronik-labor.de/HF/SDRshield.html#wspr Hier findest Du einiges zu diesem Thema in deutscher Sprache. vy 73 DF5CL
Software Defined Radio (SDR) shield for Arduino [150515-1]
CalM_at_Work
CalM_at_Work 1 dag geleden
An ATX supply might be a nice option for the station, but also consider that this requieres so care, as some of the ATX supplys don't like running without a given minimum load. Generally it could also be considered to used the power supplies used in the 3d printers as those deliver a good amount of current @12V. The 1.5A Limit was choosen, as the 12V 2A or 1.5A supplies are easy to source for arround 9 or 10 bucks. The 1.5A limit is currently within the software, during the tests inside the LAB we also used it with 3.5A+ to get a bit faster heating time. If you like i put a feature request so that we can add a option to disable the limit, at the users own risk.   But back to the ATX suggestions. Yes you could do power all other goodies with it, but this would be a Benchpowersupply. By the ideas given, why not lets take a cup of our favourite drink an bring ideas down to a list, may we something new, or completly different, like a nice DIY-Benchpowersupply powerd by an ATX power supply, which in return could be used to power the soldering station with requiered amount of current. Best Regards  
180348 DIY soldering station