Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 28 18:04:07 EDT 2008 | janz
Hello, Maybe someone has similar problem before. DEK265 LT after switching on during loading software 04.01 machine itself restarting (no particular place just random). Volatge seems to be ok. Regards Janz
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 29 09:40:07 EDT 2008 | nitro
It may be a voltage issue. A very slight variance in voltage can cause this. I have seen it before with one of our machines. I think the 5vdc. was dropping out just a little bit. Turned out to be a bad muffin fan. Power supply was getting warm, 5vdc.
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 02 18:23:27 EDT 2012 | skim99
hello, im a student and in my project i want to make webcam that record data in integral memory with battery is there any model of webcam can be modified or a project to do this thanks and best regards
Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 08 10:48:39 EST 2012 | Rui
Hi Skim, Have you found something? I'm also looking for something like that, a camera with battery and integral memory. I don't need anything with good quality, and if it could take pictures instead of filming it would be even better.
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 10 03:50:47 EST 2012 | ericrr
Interesting question, however I dont think this problem is within the scope of this forum, in fact some questions more focused on SMT are harder to answer here, Or to put it another way you would get a answer faster if you found some other forum to a
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 15:25:40 EST 2012 | rway
I agree with Eric. You would have better luck getting an answer to your question by doing a google search. Or find a Vision forum and post the question there.
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 16 10:00:48 EST 2012 | davef
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Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 05 09:24:23 EST 2012 | rway
Dave, What would we do without the cameras that are blurry and grainy? Without these cameras, we would never have surveillance video of hold-ups.
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 05 17:12:13 EST 2012 | davef
Yes, we're all amazed when the nightly news announcer requests that we call the crime fighters hotline to ID the perp [closely resembling a garbage bag filled with potatoes] that was 'taped' on such high quality video while pistol-whipping a clerk at
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 06 09:29:10 EST 2012 | proceng1
Yeah, I've seen clearer pictures of bigfoot and Nessie than some of the "Can you help ID this man" pictures.