[Space] Many questions about tomorrow's launch
longobord at gmail.com
Fri Apr 30 23:52:57 PDT 2010
Yes, please do change the call sign. It's not really legal to be
broadcasting mine when I'm not really involved. Thanks for taking care of
The 5V supply should do fine so long as it can handle a big current draw.
The watch batteries I tried to use last time were not able to do it and
their voltage dipped too much to run it. It actually regulates down to
about 3.3V, but it can handle up to 7v. It uses a pretty standard (board)
power connector, so if you have something from somewhere else. I think
somewhere there's the connector that was on the 4 AAs that we ran last time,
although I can't exactly say where.
So the last question is... would someone be able to make it by sometime
tonight or tomorrow before the launch to pick this up? I'm on 5th st.
between Folsom and Harrison, in SOMA. I can go over it's operation so it'll
get working properly. (Although basically, all you have to do is plug it in
and it'll record its little heart out.)
""Battle not with monsters lest ye become a monster;
and if you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes into you." - Friedrich
On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 11:12 PM, Brian Choate <brian.choate at gmail.com>wrote:
> Howdy, sorry you are having back problems, hope you get to feeling better.
> I just loaded the software to program the open tracker on my laptop, so if
> you want we can change the call sign.
> I built a little 5v power supply for Yuri's night, so as long as the
> package tracker doesn't have a weird connector we could hook it up and pack
> it in somewhere.
> On Apr 30, 2010 10:40 PM, "Christie Dudley" <longobord at gmail.com> wrote:
> OK, so it looks like I'm not going to be able to take part in the launch
> tomorrow. I messed up my back at Robogames and haven't apparently been
> doing everything I need to be doing to recover, so walking much is a bit of
> a challenge and standing for any length of time at all is right out. So I
> wanted to address anything that's still out there.
> First off, is anyone expecting me to be hauling anything? I haven't heard
> anything from anyone, but I don't want to assume. Lately, I've taken it
> that people are not expecting me to, so that should work out. If I'm
> leaving anyone in a lurch, I'm happy to let people use my van, as I'm not
> going anywhere.
> Second, I realized I still have the package tracker with me. Is there
> space and batteries for it to fly or did that get dropped off the end of the
> buffer again? Should I get it to someone tonight? Would anyone who happens
> to be going out there be able to swing by and pick it up? I'm not really
> keen on doing any moving about if there's a way to avoid it.
> ""Battle not with monsters lest ye become a monster;
> and if you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes into you." - Friedrich
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