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Jammy

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  1. I've just bought this device which stops power bank batteries turning off. It's called a USB battery pack keep-alive load by Sotabeams .co.uk which is an amateur radio stockist in the UK. https://www.sotabeams.co.uk/usb-battery-pack-keep-alive-load/ I bought both an assembled and a kit version. The kit was really easy to solder together with full instructions on their website. Just trying it out now and it works fine. It works by adding just enough current draw to stop the battery going to sleep. Definitely something to consider if anyone would like to use a battery
  2. I know this is a bit of an old thread but I've just bought this device which stops power bank batteries turning off. It's called a USB battery pack keep-alive load by Sotabeams .co.uk which is an amateur radio stockist in the UK. https://www.sotabeams.co.uk/usb-battery-pack-keep-alive-load/ I bought both an assembled and a kit version. The kit was really easy to solder together with full instructions on their website. Just trying it out now and it works fine. It works by adding just enough current to stop the battery going to sleep. Definitely something to consider i
  3. I know, forecast isn't too great for the next week or so here, I'll be trying it out in the house!
  4. All received, thank you. It's a perfect fit, I can't thank you enough for helping out. If you are looking to produce others or make the design public you could probably lose 1mm on the ASIair's longest dimensions. No complaints here though, it all fits well and feels really strong. Here are some photos of it all assembled:
  5. I bought this using the Christmas offer and additional code. A good purchase in my opinion. The noise reduction is fantastic, but sometimes it can mess up the appearance of stars. I was watching a YouTube video yesterday about starless editing. Think I'll try the noise reduction after Starnet++, then add the stars back in. Going to experiment...
  6. That looks brilliant Steve. I can't thank you enough for helping out with this.
  7. I've just checked, the USB and ethernet ports on the ASIair are 6mm from the side faces and the nearest power output port is 10mm from the adjacent face at its nearest. On the TP Link the ports are further from the edges.
  8. Looks good, I like how you've designed the top section to click into place.
  9. Steve I've uploaded some photos and a pdf showing the dimensions. I'm not sure if you can upload a pdf, if not I'll convert it to jpeg. Ignore the USB extender, I've ordered a mini double one which won't get in the way. In the 5th photo there is a silver screw on the mounting bracket under the ASIair. There's about 5mm clearance between the screw and the ASIair. Let me know if there's anything you don't understand. Thanks again ASIair and TP-Link.pdf
  10. Thanks Steve that's great. The TP link arrived over the weekend and I had it all setup and running last night to test it out. It works!! I'll post you photos and dims this evening. I've measured them with a micrometre. If the dims are wrong, it's entirely my fault!
  11. @teoria_del_big_bang thank you for the design drawings, they look fantastic! Any idea how much this would cost to put together? I've taken the measurements and some photos for you. If you're still ok with looking at this I can send them to you. Thanks for your help with this.
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