A proximity sensor mounted on the porch door in my old apartment.
A motion sensor and light panel in my old apartment.
Yellow and red xenon strobes, mounted to the cabinet in my old apartment.
Alarm module connected with terminal blocks in the rack box project.
Lync busy light mounted on my office desk, currently available.
Lync light with red navigation light lit.
Lync light with green navigation light lit.
Red light on the Lync module; meaning busy.
Yellow light on the Lync module; meaning away.
Green light on the Lync module; meaning available.
Front of the Lync module with new lights, old LED holes plugged with rubber gaskets.
Front of the Lync module with the new navigation lights on top.
Inside the Lync light module with new lights and stripboard fitted.
New stripboard with Darlington driver mounted inside Lync light module.
Inside the Lync module with the new stripboard fitted and connected.
Stripboard with Darlington driver connected to the Lync light module, decided not to use the optocoupler.
Backside of the stripboard, with DIL sockets and wires soldered.
DIL sockets and wires soldered onto stripboard for Lync light.
Started work on the stripboard for Darlington transistor and optocoupler.
Inside the Lync light, with the navigation lights wires.
Front of the Lync light with the new navigation lights mounted on top.
I've started work on the new lights on top of the Lync busy light.
Side marker LED lights on my old car.
Inside LED strobe controller for car module, with wires connected to pin headers.
Strip board with AVR chip, inside LED strobe controller for car.
Light switch module mounted on wall. Heat-sink used for 5V voltage regulator.
Light switch module mounted and in use, the red LEDs means all four channels are turned off.
Initial testing of the light switch module.
Fitted stripboard and connected wires inside the light switch module.
Started soldering wires inside the light switch module.
Stripboard for light switch module, AVR microcontroller not yet fitted.
Wiring assembly inside the light switch module.
Mounted push-buttons, LED holders and heat-sink on the light switch module.
Relay circuit, with protection diode and transistor.
In my previous house I downsized the workshop and made a library instead.
This was my computer desk when I lived at home.
Computer and the start of an electronics lab, in my old apartment.
This is the only photo I have my computer desk when my girlfriend and I lived in an apartment. Cigars included :)
Two monitors and laptop on the desk in my old apartment.
First computer desk setup when I moved into my own apartment.
The early edition of my electronics lab in the old apartment.
Just got the TV and recliner put into the home office in our house.
Wasn't really an electronics lab back then, this is how it began in our house.
Here I am getting started on the computer desk in our house.
The home office computer desk in the previous house.
This was how I stored my parts when I had plenty of room, in the previous house.
The desk of my electronics lab in my previous house.
Rack Supervision was written in Visual Basic, and controlled my first "rack" system.
The backside on my first "rack". A PSU, some transistors and some I/Os, that was pretty much it.
The bottom of the cabinet had a UPS for the rack box and server.
Slowly the closet began filling up with electronics and parts, but no rack box yet.
At first the cabinet only had my server and parallel I/O module.
Initially testing the software for the 7-segment displays.
Server status LEDs, each LED showed a server warning or error. It was driven by the parallel I/O module.
Home office computer desk with new red bias lighting using two Hue Bloom lights.
My home office/man cave/electronics lab with new monitor setup, laptop stand and Hue lights.
My new computer setup is complete, new 34" monitor on shelf with Hue bias lighting. Chromebook on laptop stand.
Mounted an additional shelf on the left, so that I got the speakers of the desk and pointing in my direction.
Computer desk with new DX Racer Iron chair and laptop stand.
Computer desk with new DX Racer Iron chair.
Computer desk with new monitor on shelf, with Philips Hue Bloom as bias lighting.
Movie lights are on in my man cave. Red color in the room and white bias lighting behind the TV.
The recliner and TV in my man cave. Movie lights on, cigar ashtray next to recliner.
My computer desk, two Philips Hue Bloom lights behind the monitor as bias lighting.
Sign on the man cave door; "Dad's fix it shop".
A couple of signs inside the man cave door: "Door are always to be kept closed" and "Smoking allowed" :)
LED uplight with red center LED lit.
LED uplight with two white LEDs lit.
Inside the LED uplight, LEDs have common anode and resistors on the cathodes.
Two warning LED lights mounted in car rear window.
Warning LED with two yellow 10 mm LEDs in car rear window.
Electronics, computers, tech and other geeky stuff by Thomas Jensen aka Hebron
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