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    I like programming, playing, music, maths, engineering and most of all problem solving!!
    I also make videos! :)
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  1. Here is a very similar thing but with a case attached so that it looks a bit nicer! http://www.skpang.co.uk/blog/archives/541
  2. Your raspberry PI will definitely not be able to deliver enough power so here are your options 1. cut the cable and re solder to a power supply 2. use a powered hub. Also though this screen will not work since it uses special windows functions that you will not be able to get to work on linux
  3. Also I find the colours on this forum make it easier to navigate which is really useful and I like a lot The official one annoys me in the fact that it is quite monotone if ou know what I mean!
  4. and this which I just found and am considering getting!! http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NS-ADC0811CCN-8-Bit-Serial-I-O-A-D-Cnv-11-Channel-Multiplexer-DIP20-ADC0811-/271087871574 http://www.engineering.uiowa.edu/sites/default/files/ees/files/NI/pdfs/00/55/DS005587.pdf
  5. I've started a video series about how I am setting up my raspberry pi. I'm explaining all the problems as I go along and I'm explaining my setup. Do check them out. <--720p <--720p More coming soon!!!!! Watch this space Please Like and subscribe
  6. edl

    Model A Board

    I have to admit when I first saw this I though, what on earth i the point since it must suck without internet but actually it is quite good for robotics applications and I might even get one since I want to do a data logger for an electric go cart and it would be good if it could use as little power as possible!
  7. edl

    Vga to Hdmi

    I have to second what the6clem says, that's teh one I've got and I've been using it for about 2 months now without problems
  8. I'm using the MCP3002 which only has 2 channels and works fine but I found this which looks like exactly what you're looking for! It's called the MAX186 (do a google search)

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