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Will they survive wet weather?
asked Nov 11 '09 by Martin
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74HC595 used in bicycleledpov aka spokepov TPIC6595 used in ... (a POV device I can't find the link to right now) ... or perhaps something I'm overlooking? Does one SIPO chip clearly have more …
asked Nov 13 '10 by davidcary
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There's a discussion about waterproofing etc here, in the SpokePOV Forum on ladyada's site. …
answered Nov 11 '09 by Amos
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network. One can find them on Mouser or Digikey (e.g. here). This is what the SpokePOV uses so that each of it's LED's has a consistent current running through it (resistor networks RN1-RN8 on the … SpokePOV page). Just fair warning, I'm a complete electronics newbie, so take everything I say with a grain of salt! Hope that helps! …
answered Jun 2 '11 by user834
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the ocean. I do it every day. My bike frame crumbles in my hands, but I'm OK with it. Will my SpokePOV be damaged by this use? A: Um, yes. Components on the PCB will corrode, like other metal …
answered Aug 6 '10 by Kevin Vermeer