I've purchased the family plans for both LastPass and Bitwarden. I'm torn between the two. I've been alternating back and forth between using them and I much prefer LastPass. Family sharing in Lastpass is vastly superior and easier to use. Bitwarden does family sharing in a clunky and disjointed fashion. Family sharing of some sites is especially important to us. My wife is not technical at all and has learned to effectively use Lastpass over the last 12 years. I've not even shown her how Bitwarden works yet, and I know what her response will be.
@Yada-Kijsathan said in [Which device I have to use to connect with accelerometer before connecting to my pc?](
ein bild währe hilfreich.Wenn der ADXL345 auf einem breakboard ist .,wie auf dem Bild!!
a picture would be helpful. If the ADXL345 is on a breakboard, like the picture!!
Winkelgeber .png finden Sie den Anschluss in der bibliotek für die arduino_IDE für ADXL345.find the connector in the bibliotek for the arduino_IDE for ADXL345.
Sensors output is 0-190 ohms (2 wire output). Output needs to activate 4 (empty -- -- full) red LEDs sequentially as the tank fills. What component will activate as a SW by 0, 63, 126, 190 ohms? And how to wire the four SWs from a two wire input. Source 12v. Thanks for looking
@SMH17 said in Anyone using/tried the E28-2G4M27S 2.4Ghz LoRa SX1280 27dB module?:
@NeverDie I have noticed that in the latest version of your adapter you have lowered the capacitor value used for the first stage filtering from 100uF to 10uF, leaving the second stage one to 0.1uF. Did you have empirical benefit in tests with this configuration? 0.1uF it seems to me at first glance too small to accommodate current draw fluctuation of this module. Would be appreciated if you explain your design choice. Thank you.
The 10uF isn't for filtering. It's just to prevent voltage droop at the radio when the radio starts to pull current. So, yes, testing reveals that it seems adequate for that purpose. I originally slotted in 100uF because I wasn't sure, and overkill is better than underkill. It's possible that 10uF may also be overkill....