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  1. Ok. Just thought I would ask. I was hoping to make a few modifications too make life a little easier for my project, but I can work around them I'm sure. Thank you.
  2. I have a pic programmer coming in some time today. Really soon I hope, because I'm anxious to get this project underway. I was wondering if it would be posible too post or e-mail the code used too program the pic (ie: original assembly or C or what ever language was used) so that some of the nessisary modifications could be made for my application.
  3. The problem with the ones that I have found so far is that they draw too much current too operate. I need something that uses a lower current. The lower current the better, and the AQV212 seems too draw a lot more current then I can affored too let it suck down..
  4. I have constructed my own R/C vehicle. The power supply to this vehicle puts out 22.3 V which I’m hoping I can use too power everything, however I need to be able too turn the camera that I am using for video feed on and off or my battery life wont meet my requirements. What I would like too do is use the landing gear switch to turn my camera on and off. I have all the converts that I need to get the required voltages, but the on / off part is still uncertain to me. I’m thinking of connecting the channel that drives the landing gear from the receiver too the gate of a PMOS transistor, which I am hoping I can use too turn the power supply too the camera on and off. I’m not sure how well this works because I don’t know how the signal from the receiver to what would be the servo looks like, in other words… Will it give me enough juice to run the camera for a second then stop.. or will it allow a continuous supply of current too flow to power the camera until I cut it off. Any help would be nice. Sorry if my train of thought jumps around a lot, and question is hard too follow, my brain isn’t working so well today.
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