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Miroslav Božík
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I am a programmer in C#, JavaScript and C/C++.
I am a programmer in C#, JavaScript and C/C++.

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Do you have idea for startup but you don't have enough skills to build it?
Let me help you. Together, we can make something great and useful for people :).
I'm software developer focused for SAAS and PAAS solutions. Check out my web http://mirobozik.com/ and contact me anytime. Have a nice day and see you soon ;).

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Hi guys!
Do you need remote control and monitoring for some devices?
Maybe my new project can help you … and of course if you have some questions .. ask me

#thingfaceio #iot #internetofthings #arduino #raspberrypi #arm
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Ahojte! Podnikáte niekto na Malte? Ide mi hlavne o osobné skúsenosti... budem vdačný za každú informáciu..

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I just added a high efficiency 3A adjustable output switching voltage regulator to MaximumModularity.com. 

This cool running 3A adjustable switching voltage regulator doesn't even bread a sweat delivering 3 Amps at 5 volts with a 12 volt input. And it does it without a heat sink! If you tried that with a linear regulator it would have to dissipate 21 watts and even with a relatively large heat sink it would get noticeably hot. Since this switching voltage regulator has an efficiency of greater than 88% it only has to dissipate about 1.8 watts, so it just gets a little warm. This voltage regulator is great for powering a Raspberry Pi or Beagle Bone Black from a 12 Volt supply. The output voltage can be adjusted from 0.8 VDC to 13.5 VDC  by turning trimmer RV1. The input voltage range is 4.75V to 16V. Dimensions are 1.25" X 1.00" (Part #: 77350-391) One of the photos shows the regulator stepping down the 12 volts from a sealed lead acid battery to 5 volts and powering a Raspberry Pi. Using the P250 System this project was quick and easy to set up plus it it can be moved without fear of something pulling loose.

This regulator is part of P250 System which is my attempt to improve the quality of solderless breadboarding projects.

http://maximummodularity.com/collections/circuit-modules/products/adjustable-switching-voltage-regulator-3a-p250-system
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