Inside the Lync light module with new lights and stripboard fitted.
Raspberry Pis with power supply, Arduino with MQ-2 sensor and AVR STK500 development board. All on a shelf in my computer rack.
A MQ-2 gas/smoke sensor connected to an Arduino UNO board.
Also added a tiny shelf on the wall in front of me, for soldering equipment, multimeter etc.
A bit of preliminary testing of the Traffic lights Arduino source code before starting the module build.
Ground on the Arduino board, connected to the LEDs.
Outputs on the Arduino board, connected to the LEDs.
Schematic drawing for Lync presence (busy) light; with Arduino Uno R3.
Inside the Lync light, LEDs connected to the Arduino board.
Inside the Lync light, wires connected to the Arduino board.
Arduino board mounted inside the Lync light box.
Electronics, computers, tech and other geeky stuff by Thomas Jensen aka Hebron
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