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Offline hary

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Hi there.

I hope this is the right place to post.


Some time ago, I've found a very interesting project related to ACCURATE VOLTMETER and provided by a web site  called  "provideyourown".

http://www.provideyourown.com/2012/secret-arduino-voltmeter-measure-battery-voltage/


There was all kind of other interesting stuff on this site, indeed !

When I now google it, I find some links but they link to nowhere !

Some links inspired from the project I'm talking about :

http://www.instructables.com/id/Secret-Arduino-Voltmeter/

In the next link, (Tinkerit), it is a "READ-ONLY" status and may soon disapea (January 2016)r

https://code.google.com/p/tinkerit/wiki/SecretVoltmeter

Could somebody confortable with internet stuff, may help to find back the original information ("provideyourown" website)  and maybe safely store it in a safe way before it's lost !

Many thanks.
 

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Offline hary

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Thanks you very much !

And thanks to this archive.org's feature.

The only problem is that google won't find it !

If you don't know the adress you want to reach or don't know archive.org, no way to get it !

A shame for people seeking information on the subjet.
 

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Nice article.  First time I did a temperature project the temperature reading changed when the laptop was plugged in.  The USB 5V was higher than the boards regulator changing the readings. This is a trap many fall into.  I modified a USB cable by cutting the 5V line and inserting back to back diodes. That insured that it always ran on the boards regulator. 
 

Offline crispy_tofu

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Thanks you very much !
And thanks to this archive.org's feature.
The only problem is that google won't find it !
If you don't know the adress you want to reach or don't know archive.org, no way to get it !
A shame for people seeking information on the subjet.

My theory on why that's the case is that Google doesn't want to store the Wayback Machine's archive, because it's quite large.  ;D
« Last Edit: October 10, 2015, 01:12:31 am by crispy_tofu »
 

Offline eas

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Thanks you very much !
And thanks to this archive.org's feature.
The only problem is that google won't find it !
If you don't know the adress you want to reach or don't know archive.org, no way to get it !
A shame for people seeking information on the subjet.

My theory on why that's the case is that Google doesn't want to store the Wayback Machine's archive, because it's quite large.  ;D
And they already have their own...
 


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