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#rockbox log for 2021-10-22

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07:45:51 Join massiveH [0] (~massiveH@ool-18e4ebfe.dyn.optonline.net)
07:47:25braewoodsspeachy, _bilgus: any ideas what this product is exactly? it claims to be a watt meter but at the same time it claims to output a PWM signal. how are those related?
07:47:27braewoodshttps://www.toolkitrc.com/wm150
07:50:41braewoodscan this even be used for non-PWM devices?
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08:37:55speachyit doesn't look like it.
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10:36:12_bilgushow dou you have FCC 'specs' and nothing but rendered pictures of the device?
10:37:57_bilgusi think its an oscope and pw signal gen by the manual
10:38:03_bilguspwm*
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11:15:16Solanacean_Sometimes when rewinding a track (mp3, haven't tried other formats yet) on my Sansa Clip+ I hear a very brief piercing noise somewhat akin to screeching (not sure if it's an accurate description). Not a big deal I guess as it happens quite rarely, but still, the sound is quite horrendous.
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16:23:09braewoodsSolanacean_: it's your clip+ screaming in agony
16:23:11braewoods:P
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20:08:22_bilgusSolanacean_, I can't say i've ever experienced that not that I rewind with any frequency to make an argument
20:09:01_bilgusdoes it happen with OF or older versions maybe internal vs sd boot?
20:09:15speachySolanacean_: also, are you using a recent dev/nightly build?
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20:59:22Solanacean_speachy, yep. The latest, as usual
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23:20:21rb-bluebotBuild Server message: New build round started. Revision 789b2e089e, 303 builds, 11 clients.
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23:35:30rb-bluebotBuild Server message: Revision 789b2e089e result: All green
23:45:45__builtinbraewoods: looks like a high current ammeter
23:45:57__builtinwith a PWM output signal that emitted
23:46:12__builtin*encodes the power being drawn by the load
23:47:04__builtinor perhaps the PWM output is just general purpose for controlling servos or ESCs and the like
23:48:27__builtinI'm guessing the context for its use is in testing a brushless motor's power draw as you vary the speed

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