[Tinyos-help] *****SPAM***** Re: Getting bad packet from InternalVoltage measures in Telosb

David Conde dconde at citic.es
Wed Apr 28 00:09:32 PDT 2010


I agree with you, I saw in TMote datasheet that minimum voltage level for
TelosB working right is 2,1 Volts, in fact, everything works right except
InternalVoltage measures, why is this? Does the InternalVoltage measures
need higher level of battery to performance this operation? Is it because
the Internal Voltage is got from the MSP430?

What is the real lowest voltage level (got from practical experience) that
you have found when you work with Telosb?

Thank you in advance 

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De: André Rodrigues [mailto:andremiguelrodrigues at gmail.com] 
Enviado el: martes, 27 de abril de 2010 20:35
Para: Michael Schippling; David Conde
CC: tinyos-help at millennium.berkeley.edu
Asunto: *****SPAM***** Re: [Tinyos-help] Getting bad packet from
InternalVoltage measures in Telosb

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Content preview:  Hi The MSP datasheet says that but on the other way the
   datasheet claims 2.1 as the mininum for running at 8MHz. Something is

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