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There is always 0.7 volts on digital pins even when they're not active.

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#21 Fabien Royer

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Posted 02 March 2011 - 05:17 AM

Hi Mario,

Fabien, I suspect that something is broken, not connected properly or there is a short somewhere.

If there is, it's far from obvious. The board and the code are behaving properly other than this oddity.

The N mini is somewhat simple: do you measure +5V *after* the N regulator, when the Vin is about 9v?

I agree, it's simple to work with, and yes, there's 5 volts after the voltage regulator when VIN is 9 volts. The servo that I am using requires a minimum of 4.8 volts.

Assuming that you've checked the soldering, could you post the schematic?

Yup, I checked every single solder join.
As for the schematics: unfortunately, I don't have the cycles to create detailed schematics right now, but I plan on doing it in the near future.

Thanks for your interest and your help :)


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