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r22



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r22
I'd be interested in seeing the source code. I've never had any reason/opportunity to learn ARM or embedded programming.
Post 28 Apr 2008, 20:12
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revolution
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Where the board is situated there is no sun coming in to there. I will have to make a battery connection and connect to a laptop and take the whole thing outside to get the sun. But there are no laptops here that have serial connections. You will all have to be patient until I can get this all worked out.
Post 29 Apr 2008, 02:34
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r22



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Wouldn't a flashlight and a magnifying glass be a suitable Sun replacement?
Post 29 Apr 2008, 17:33
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r22 wrote:
Wouldn't a flashlight and a magnifying glass be a suitable Sun replacement?
I don't know, is it? The sun has a lot of IR and UV that a normal light bulb won't have, right? Confused
Post 29 Apr 2008, 18:07
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the sunlight spectrum is filtered by ozone layer and athmosphere.

there are some lamps that tend to reproduce the sun light, fer exmaple in the "genius at work - weed farm busted" topic.
you can simulate sun light with a combinaison of existing lights.

mercure, sodium, halogen, fluo tubes.

a 150W mercure lamp at 80cm have the sunlight equivalent power.
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