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Old CRT monitors can have enough voltage in the capacitors to kill you
The admin has been evoked If you dont need it, dont waste your time scavenging it. Just stick it in your closet till you need something specific.As for getting shocked by a capacitor, any normal person would just wear leather gloves and short the capacitors with a screwdriver
Sry for posting this here but u were talking about microcontrollers and i was wondering if it would be a good deal by me to buy a undone microcontroller "card", LCD in the pack, a servo along, a USB kabel fitting the USB input on the microcontroller, a book to learn about microcontrollers AND a programming program for programming the servo?
So I use it as an ISP programmer most of the time.
you use it to translate the code from the pc and then relay it to the mcu you want programmed?
and basic is just basic, you can't take anything you learned from it and apply it in C