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This is a 18650 battery charger made out of a commercial, china very cheap 220V charger. I strip`t everything out and installed the TP4056 board witch can charge the 3,6V cell with current up to 1A. It is basically a better version of the very popular XSTAR MC1 charger witch uses the little brother the TP4057 that can only supply 500mA to the cell. (read more)
Featured Community Project from the Adafruit Blog
This week on the blog, we featured Carter’s beautiful Raspberry Pi Weather Display project, which he originally shared with us on last week’s Show and Tell Hangout.
Displays the weather forecast for the next four days as icons on 8×8 LED matrices. Based on a Raspberry Pi using LED matrices from Adafruit. Housed in a custom built wood enclosure with a glass front panel. (read more)
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