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I got the STP08DP05 and installed it. I'm still seeing some extra LEDs lit at lower intensity. I too bought the kit from seeed studio in October.
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Hello, I just finished the kit and also I have the same problem as other users, some LEDs have a little lighting, some idea on how to solve this?

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Looks like I'm having the same issue as +Manuel Silvoso. It's a bit hard to tell in this photo, but the LEDs that shouldn't be lighting up are lit at lower intensity. Did the new column driver fix the issue?
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Hello,

I just finished my clock three Jr. But there seems to be a problem with neighbouring LEDs lighting up a bit.

Best regards,

Manuel
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Depending on how you mount the Raspberry Pi camera, the image you see on the screen may be upside down. I searched for a way to rotate the image 180 degrees without success. It turns out the answer is to set both vflip=True and hflip=True in the boothcam.py file. I stumbled on this here: https://makezine.com/projects/raspberry-pi-photo-booth/. Comments by Kevin and Brian have half the answer (vflip=True). hflip=True too.

My BADGER seems to be stuck displaying one image. I use it almost everyday apart from the last week or so. When I took it from it's box and powered it up the image didn't change back to /ALBUM/A/A.WIF. I have replaced the battery, re-uploaded the adruino ALBUM sketch (I have a backup of the original V1) and still the image appears to be stuck. I see the heart beat LED flash and the sketch uploads without issues and the reset button appears to work judging by the LED. So I'm stumped...

Can anyone help me to restore it back to working or help diagnose the problem?
Thanks

Hello,

I wanted to make sure I was understanding the power options for the BADGEr,

http://wyolum.com/projects/badger/ lists Power Options:
- 2450 coincell (~ 100 page turns) - easy to understand
- Lanyard terminals (7-12V) - easy to understand

This are not on my v4.1 that I can find.
-- JST connector for lipo batteries
-- microUSB (5V)
-- Barrel jack [not populated] (7-12V)


I think the schematic OHSBadge_sch.pdf in the power supply section (lower right) seems to break it down as:
P5 = JST / 3 volt
P6 = barrel jack / 7.2V LiPo | 9V Battery | 12V Wall Wart
P7 = microUSB header ?


Maybe I am not reading the the wording on the badger page as intended, but I wanted to verify these before ruining my board.
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