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1  Using Arduino / Motors, Mechanics, and Power / Re: Advice on powering my motors on: October 08, 2012, 04:26:39 am
Hello Friends,

I am running the AHP piston and have the head decked (10 thous I believe is what Mark had it done) we did not fly cut the piston for the BVH but then again it wasn't necessary. I know compression is lower then it should be which is why I was looking at installing the thinner head gasket. I guess I could have the head decked some more and the piston flycut to accomodate it but I dont want to keep moving in this direction if its the wrong direction. I would rather sell what I have while its in good condition and start on a new setup. The cam I have installed is the AHP race cam for the BVH. I dont have anymore specs then that.
Nick, please read the documentation. RAMPS is happy with up to 35V. However if you go over 12V you must remove the diode D1 so that the Arduino Mega does not draw power from the RAMPS board, but instead gets it from the USB. There are compelling advantages to running above 12V including less current draw, faster heating of the print bed, and the stepper motors and stepper drivers will run significantly cooler.

Thanks And Regards.
Anthony Martello  smiley
2  Using Arduino / General Electronics / Re: Led panel on: October 02, 2012, 09:05:53 pm
Hello Community,

Simple Outdoor LED Message Moving or Scrolling Sign Board Design Project with Circuit diagram Electronic LED Scroller Generator for outdoor digital signs Marketable LED sign board with Message scrolling. LED Message Scrolling Board with completed circuit diagram and the micro controller programming. Sometimes this LED scrolling message board is referred as LED Message sign board.

Generally the LED Scroller Message Generator can be implemented with many different logic. Out of two are very famous

1. LED moving message display board design using decade counters.

2. LED moving message display board design using shift registers.

The second one is very simple for a beginner. So, this post I am implementing LED moving display using shift registers. LED Scrolling Display can be implemented by using any micro controller like 8051, PIC and AVR controllers. Here, I implemented Scrolling Display by using 8051 microcontroller i.e. 89s52 microcontroller. The next post will show the implementation by using PIC and AVR micro controllers.

Thanks and Regards,
Anthony Martello  smiley
3  Using Arduino / General Electronics / Re: How to daisy chain dissimilar backup batteries together? on: September 26, 2012, 12:07:29 am
Hello Friends,

A generator that runs off of natural gas or propane with an automatic transfer switch is what you need for piece of mind. Prices vary depending on what you want to run in a power outage situation. Do a google search for Guardian generators, check out the guardian web site. I checked locally here in Northern Ohio, and I can have the 10k not gas with transfer switch installed. I recommend you to purchase the battery with the optional AC charger. The Universal AC Charger has adjustable output voltage, you can set its output voltage same as or close to your device input voltage. In this case, you can leave the battery connected to your device when the battery is connected to the AC power adapter.

Best Regards,
Anthony Martello  smiley
4  Using Arduino / LEDs and Multiplexing / Re: LED Cube on: September 20, 2012, 10:25:54 pm
Hello community,

An AtMega32 controls 8 8bit Latches. These 64 bits control, via a PNP Transistor, the anodes of 8 LEDs, each. There are also 8 N-Channel MOSFETs connected to the AtMega32. They each control the cathodes of 64 LEDs on a Y-Plane. It can talk to a PC via USB with a FT232RL. A 1Mbit FRAM is accessed over TWI (or I2C). There's also an AtMega8 which acts as a TWI Slave and sends audio data to the AtMega32.

Best Regards,
Anthony Martello  smiley
5  General Category / General Discussion / A New Member In Your Discussion Group on: September 14, 2012, 02:21:17 am
Hello Community,

Greetings to all member of this community. I am Anthony Martello, I came to your site with a lot of searches. I want to share information and also want to learn things from your site. I want to share my thoughts with all the members of the forum, on the topic about vehicles. If any inconvenience, I apologize for that. I hope for your support in the discussion board.

Best Regerds,
Anthony Martello   smiley
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