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Programming the micro-controller 9 2088 July 26, 2011
by Rick_S
Advice needed for further projects with my nerdkit 3 1842 July 22, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
more questions about tempsensor.c code 4 1576 July 22, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
tempsensor.c code question 3 1606 July 22, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
Which way does electricity flow? Positive-to-Negative or Vice Versa? 5 16118 July 22, 2011
by rboggs10
Converting input signal for ADC, impedance matching? 7 2609 July 20, 2011
by BobaMosfet
my lcd went blank except a little line that looks like a cursor 2 1873 July 20, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
Temperature project unclear explanation of error in uncompiled code 5 1970 July 20, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
make file errors on initialload.c 6 1959 July 17, 2011
by Ralphxyz
Error: "Maybe it isn't a butterfly/AVR109 but a AVR910 device?" 3 3590 July 17, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
the make file cant locate the libnerdkits 3 1798 July 17, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
avr macpack 3 1893 July 16, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
acd with 2 inputs? 18 2019 July 14, 2011
by Ralphxyz
Electro-magnetism. Concept check. 14 1983 July 13, 2011
by BobaMosfet
Battery clip wires 3 1766 July 10, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
Electronics advice needed 3 1617 July 10, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
I cant get my lcd to work 5 1773 July 10, 2011
by codenamejupiterx
2-ROW LCD Only Displaying 2 Rows of 8 dark blocks.... 3 2043 July 10, 2011
by gcharris
Help Please **** I can only use a 9v battrey sent by Nerdkits 35 2402 July 03, 2011
by wintersdb
Switching Ground with a transistor 12 12083 June 28, 2011
by dgikuljot
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