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    This is how you can make an easy Hot Plate. Put the soldering iron away, it is way too big for those little pins and besides, ...
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    A thermocouple is created when certain alloys are mechanically joined with another alloy, the result is a junction that ...
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    For many people using these fine pitched ICs is a problem since their pin pitch has become so small you can barely see the ...
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    There is no easier way to place components than to use vacuum. You need low volume and low vacuum.

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    This article is not ready yet. I'm trying to find an easy way to generate pressure to use for dispensing solder.
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    A recent forum discussion related to PCB cleaning, carried a few posts on the various fluids that might be used. Poeple often experiment with non standard substances in an effort to find cheaper or more efficient solutions to common day probelms. PCB's are often contaminated with hard to remove substances, anything from greasy finger marks to glue from labels.
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    Developing often small prototypes, and hating 'proto' ...

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    18F47K40 Port B issue

    Thread Starter: geoff_c

    Im having a problem with Port B on the 18F47K40. This is the first time Ive used a micro with the PPS so im guessing i missed something simple. Port...

    geoff_c Today, 07:35 Go to last post
    david-48000

    Migrating a monitored alarm from copper to GSM.

    Thread Starter: david

    Hi All, I need to migrate a monitored house alarm from the present copper line to GSM so we can eventually adopt a fiber system that the telcos are...

    david Today, 10:07 Go to last post
    charliecoultas-16125

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    Thread Starter: charliecoultas

    I am trying to run one of the USARTs on a 24HJ128GP502 at 115,200 bits/second. I thought I had defined the clock frequency wrong but Delayms gives...

    charliecoultas Today, 09:07 Go to last post