I bought a circuit that I'm trying to modify a bit. One part of the circuit had a small trimpot on the board. I wanted to replace this with something easier to use, so I bought some 1/2W 50k potentiometers. No matter how I solder them up, they begin to burn out passed half way. I understand that the first pin is ground and the other two are power.
Does anyone have this problem? I think it's only on the newer devices because my old Note 10.1 didn't have this issue. In addition to being a tight fit in the slot, the pressure sensitivity didn't work very well until I sent it back to Samsung for them to adjust the potentiometer. The pressure sensitivity now works great but it's still a tight fit in the slot.
I was hoping that someone with personal experience with the Autodesk Sketchbook Express for Tablets program could tell me whether the app supported pressure sensitivity with the S-pen or not. I downloaded it onto my Note 10.1 (old 2013 version) and I see no pressure sensitivity.
So I damaged the button on the S-PEN while trying to calibrate its sensitivity with the potentiometer under it ,now its cracked in between and has fallen off ... lol
I am stuck with just an opening where the button existed :((
Is there any one who can point me as to where I could get a replacement S-Pen for the Note 10.1 2014 in India or anywhere online.
Any help would be highly appreciated.
I have a project where I have to make an analog wind direction sensor. My professor explained to me that those sensors are simply a potentiometer whose little joystick is turned by the wind and the difference in voltage is used to find the angle (and therefore, the direction) of the wind.
Just set up a Win7 Pro/Xubuntu 9.10 dual boot on my new home-built PC and I'm having issues with my mouse sensitivity. I like a pretty low sensitivity. I know it sounds weird, but I like to have 7-8 inches of throw in any direction. I do a lot of gaming under Windows with really low sensitivity and I've gotten used to it over the years.