A miniature breakout board for rapid development of microprocessor projects.
How to fix an AirPort Express Base Station that does not power up.
I added a 5V power adapter and a 3.3V LDO instead of the broken power unit.
How to build an AppMATes compatible cars from PEZ dispensers using:
• PEZ dispenser (cars2 edition),
• Knife, sandpaper,
• Quick glue,
• Double sided adhesive,
• Conductive foam,
• Conductive film,
• Conductive glue
How to build a web controlled home automation center.
This post describes the software used with the miniature router (OpenWrt), the PIC 16F628 lab board, the serial communication and radio protocol.
Lab board to connect almost anything to the web.
This low cost solution uses a 3$ PIC16F628 microprocessor and a 15$ OpenWRT router.
Bring your projects online today!
You don’t need to cut a hole in your router to mount an extra connector for serial communication.
Use the existing micro USB conector instead! (This example uses a TP-link WR703N running OpenWRT)
Getting serial connection (5v RS232) from a USB SEMC DSS-20 SyncStation.
Guide for: Disassembly, Attaching serial communication cables, Remove serial EEPROM to avoid custom drivers for the FTDI232 chip.
3D printed Android mini figure with:
• Moveable arms, hands, legs and head
• LEGO compatible
• Miniature legs
Lab board for low cost 3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis digital compass from mobile phone.
I created two versions; one breakout board and one with integrated microprocessor and LDO.
A foldable light box from a laundry basket and halogen work light
• Low cost
• Easy to build
• Easy to store (foldable)