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    I like programming, playing, music, maths, engineering and most of all problem solving!!
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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. Hey, someone here?

    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. Add on ADC Card for the Pi

    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. 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. 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. Add on ADC Card for the Pi

    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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