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  • Edward's Avatar
    08-19-2019, 12:43 PM
    I'd ask about the power supply you're using, and what that has built into it. From the sounds of it, we're trying to protect against user error, where you (or someone else!) sets the power supply to the wrong voltage....
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    08-08-2019, 07:12 PM
    You shouldn't really start a new thread in a different category, presumably because you weren't happy with the previous thread. This definitely belongs in the project guidance section (and is very welcome there), and...
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    08-08-2019, 05:44 PM
    Edward replied to a thread Car Speed Sensor in Project Guidance
    The issue could be with what kind of output your sensor has, I'd note in the project linked the sensor output is connected to +5V with a pull-up indicating that it's an open-collector output. is your sensor the...
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    08-08-2019, 05:25 PM
    In general, a big capacitor should be placed by the source (regulator) and a smaller one(s) by the load(s) (ESP/Teensy). Read the regulator datasheet, and it should say if it needs any external capacitance, and if has...
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    08-08-2019, 05:13 PM
    Hey Rotario, I never got to the bottom of this one sadly. I ended up spoofing the behaviour using another hardware timer to check a boolean value, and if it hadn't been reset it performed my ISR and then reset the...
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