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18:18 JeeLabs Café Weblog: RE: Code for the LPC8xx
jcw wrote:
\> I haven’t looked into Cosa yet, but the benefit you’re describing of getting going fast with a serial p...
18:03 JeeLabs Café General: RE: ESP8266 WIFI wireless module
Hi Jeroenb
(Old thread, but maybe you’re still interested in an answer)
Sure it is possible to attach an ESP8266 to...
17:33 JeeLabs Café General: RE: RF69CW Low Voltage?
According to the datasheet (\_info/resource/Hope/RFM69CW-V1.1.pdf , Page 11) it will wo...
17:26 JeeLabs Café General: RE: about adding a battery switcher on Jeenode board
I’m not sure if your battery has a over-discharge protection. If it does not have such a protection built-in and you ...
17:21 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Reliability of temperature and humidity sensors.
I’ve used a few SHT11 sensors for years and all of them still work perfect. I don’t recall the exact number but I thi...
17:09 JeeLabs Café Weblog: Code for the LPC8xx
Choosing the right framework looks like a very important part for the future. A lot depends on it and it may be quite...


16:45 JeeLabs Café General: Which Eagle libraries do you use for PCB design?
It feels like none of the libraries I’ve included do actually work as they should. Some throw error messages while cl...


10:13 JeeLabs Café Weblog: RE: RFM69 on Raspberry Pi
Great catch, thank you. I’ve just ordered some RFM69CW-868MHz modules.


00:24 JeeLabs Café Weblog: RE: RFM69 on Raspberry Pi
jcw wrote:
\> If you plan to do something with an RFM69 or RFM73 connected to a Raspberry Pi in the very near future ...
00:07 JeeLabs Café Weblog: RE: RFM69 on Raspberry Pi
jcw wrote:
\> … I’m not sure it really will help if only the central node switches to the H module.
In my understand...

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