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Q: Can i use this for my mitsubishi montero 2014 model?

Preguntado por rodolfoduruin3 sobre 2019-08-24 07:31:15

sfromis Very unlikely, that would be atrocious security.

2020-01-24 06:43:48 Servicial (0)
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Q: Are these pass through plugs or butt stop at end of plug??

Preguntado por jammy5152 sobre 2020-01-06 06:18:56

sfromis No pass through.

2020-01-16 03:29:03 Servicial (0)
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Q: if it's possible to connect the PM2.5 to a PC System

Preguntado por Satelit sobre 2019-12-07 09:08:48

sfromis You could get the PMS5003 sensor alone, with the serial interface hooked up to some microcontroller. A good example would be a ESP8266 (like a NodeMCU) with the Tasmota software installed. That allows Wi-fi and MQTT connections. I suppose that you might be able to use a USB/serial interface for a more direct connection, without the flexibility of MQTT (which I find very useful).

2019-12-25 01:05:31 Servicial (0)
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sfromis If you want this, you could get the PMS5003 sensor alone, and use the serial connection to interface with some microcontroller. A good example would be a ESP8266 (like a NodeMCU) with the Tasmota software installed. That would get you Wi-fi with both web interface (including easily programmable command/response) and MQTT.

2019-12-25 01:00:42 Servicial (0)
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sfromis For a smart home connection, you would be better off buying the PMS5003 sensor alone, and using the serial connection to interface with some microcontroller. A good example would be a ESP8266 (like a NodeMCU) with the Tasmota software installed. That would get you both Wi-fi and MQTT.

2019-12-25 12:56:58 Servicial (0)
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Q: Will it work w/ 110V?

Preguntado por abnatal sobre 2019-12-09 09:14:32

sfromis You should not expect it to work, as the specifications says 220-240V. Anyway, I would not expect the lower voltage to be found in outlets with around 230V, which the prongs match. 110V outlets are physically different.

2019-12-14 01:53:07 Servicial (0)
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Q: Is it possible to modify the I2C adress

Preguntado por payettep sobre 2018-08-28 01:34:03

sfromis Using the solder jumpers near the same edge as the INT pin, you should be able to choose between I2C addresses 0x29, 0x39, or 0x49 by bridging the center pad to either L or H.

2019-06-13 11:15:21 Servicial (0)
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Q: how to assemble all parts into a single i.e into operation...

Preguntado por Abhishek Kangokar sobre 2018-02-11 04:52:09

sfromis You'll have to buy a battery separately, and solder wires from the circuit board to both solar panel, battery and LED module, all with the appropriate polarity.

2019-03-12 12:41:50 Servicial (0)
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sfromis Full charging capacity needs more than the power level provided by many USB ports, often somewhere from 500-1500 mA, if at all. I'd expect it to still charge at lower speed, but charging 4 batteries from 500 mA can be really, really slow.

2018-10-24 09:27:16 Servicial (1)
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sfromis No, you'll need to discharge batteries first. Then charging gives an indication of capacity.

2018-10-24 09:21:38 Servicial (0)
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