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  1. h4nd

    Nerd help needed on router issues

    What router?
  2. h4nd

    Arduino stuff/ programing/so cheap

    Break up your composite deadband test into two parts. If (temp < old - deadband) { do stuff; } else { if (temp > old + deadband) { do other stuff; } }
  3. h4nd

    Arduino stuff/ programing/so cheap

    Your thermoSensorOldVal is updated every second. Move it up one line above the '}' for the deadband if statement, so it only updates if it's outside your previous deadband. Also, it's helpful to set up the indents like this: void loop() { Serial.print(" C = "); Serial.print(thermoSensor.readCelsius()); delay(1000); thermoSensorNewVal = (thermoSensor.readCelsius()); if (thermoSensorNewVal < (thermoSensorOldVal - 1) || thermoSensorNewVal >(thermoSensorOldVal + 1)) //dead band { if (thermoSensorNewVal >= 24.00) { tempWarningMinor(); } if (thermoSensorNewVal >= 28.00) { tempWarningGeneral(); } if (thermoSensorNewVal >= 32.00) { tempWarningDire(); } thermoSensorOldVal = thermoSensorNewVal; } // end of deadband } // end of loop There are problems with tab sizes on different editors.
  4. h4nd

    Arduino stuff/ programing/so cheap

    If you just want to smash random values at them, and don't care about negatives etc, you could make a union of array of uint_08t and your struct. This is like an array except it overlays the data, so lets you treat the array as individual bytes. union engineDataUnion { struct EngineDataStructType newEngineData,; uint8_t edBytes[sizeof(newEngineData)] }ed; ... ed.newEngine.Data.rpm = 1000; ... for (i=0; i < sizeof( ed ); i++) { ed.edBytes +=1; }
  5. @Ned @Roman and ?? Topward bench dual 30V 3A PSU, but too far away / heavy for me. https://www.trademe.co.nz/a.aspx?id=2164746738 Anyone know if these do a big current spike before the limiting kicks in? (I have MCH-K305D which puts out full current (6A) for a moment and so will trash a zener / LED before properly limiting).
  6. h4nd

    unretard me about turbos

    1G-GTE twins for fast spool?
  7. I do seem to recall there's a good hill in your neighbourhood. I had a great time doing a thrash over it in Jan, even in the baby mover.
  8. h4nd

    Small size, High CCA battery

    HOw big is the LiFePo you use @Truenotch ?
  9. h4nd

    Small size, High CCA battery

    I haven't personally tried these in a car, but the numbers look good. Anyone tried something like these? https://www.lithiumpros.com/lithium-pros-l1600a-press-release/
  10. Looking so very good! I had an a-series powered toy, from (vague) memory, the carb was Hitachi DC208, and the one you're holding looks similar(-ish(??)). Good lock finding details!
  11. h4nd

    Arduino stuff/ programing/so cheap

    Also, draw a pic of out where your grounds actually are. You've only got to get to -0.7V before things go really weird. And more also: Are you getting V(d) excursions capacitively coupled back into V(g), or via ground-bounce?
  12. h4nd

    Snorkpipe's 1986 GSXR 7/12 Build

    Well, yes, but I suspect that rider skill has rather a lot to do with it. You modest, talented bugger.
  13. Rinse, repeat. Photo album (and a couple of vids). https://photos.app.goo.gl/LH9moaASkxJuNtV8A
  14. h4nd

    Arduino stuff/ programing/so cheap

    Sorry, I wasn't clear. My comments applied to the ARM32 families in general, including STM32 https://www.adafruit.com/product/3056 https://www.open-electronics.org/stmicroelectronics-ard-otto-stm32-the-first-arduino-multimedia-board/ https://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-80971/l/stm32-nucleo-32-development-board-with-stm32l031k6-mcu-supporting-arduino-connectivity And the arduino SAM32 options: https://store.arduino.cc/usa/due https://store.arduino.cc/usa/arduino-zero