I added a push-button to the bottom of the fireman alarm box.
Aug 7 2017
Stripboard with voltage step-down, Darlington driver and pull-ups mounted in the box.
Aug 5 2017
Started connecting and wiring 12V from the power jack.
Wiring the front panel; indicators and strobe has common 12V, while ground comes from the Darlington driver.
Testing a GPIO input on the Raspberry Pi Zero, 10k pull-up to 3.3V
The Raspberry Pi Zero mounted in the box, power through a power jack to micro USB adapter.
Testing with Raspberry Pi Zero GPIO output connected to a Darlington driver, success again!
Aug 3 2017
Trying to power the Raspberry Pi Zero with the buck step-down converter, success!
Soldering the pin headers on the Raspberry Pi Zero board.
Mounted the buck step-down converter and verifying the voltage levels.
Backside of the front-panel on the fireman alarm toy.
Aug 2 2017
Mounted a panel buzzer with LEDs in the fireman alarm toy.
Backside of the fireman alarm circuit board, started soldering components.
Started soldering components to the fireman alarm circuit board, buck converter to the left.
Front plate of the status panel, image taken April 2007.
Apr 14 2007
A couple of more things mounted on the status panel, image taken January 2007.
Jan 6 2007
About half done with mounting LEDs, buttons and switches in the status panel.
Aug 18 2006
Mounted the d-sub connectors and started soldering wires to them in the status panel.
Aug 14 2006
Wiring inside the status panel, already a lot of cables...
Almost done with the left side and top of the status panel.
First LEDs, buttons and switches fitted in the status panel.
Aug 12 2006
Status panel front plate is done, all holes drilled.
Made cutouts for the d-sub connectors on the back of the status panel.
Aug 11 2006
Almost done drilling in the status panel, marked (in Norwegian) what does where.
Started drilling the pilot holes in the status panel.
Extending the car lights controller with additional outputs.
May 19 2009
Installing a switch and RGB LED in my old cars dashboard.
Mar 14 2008
Circuit board fitted in the heartbeat monitor, now testing the module.
Dec 31 2006
Mounting LCD display, LEDs and switches in the enclosure for the heartbeat monitor.
Working on the circuit board for the heartbeat monitor module.
Dec 30 2006
DIN fail feet on the back of the heartbeat monitor module enclosure.
Made cutouts in the enclosure for the heartbeat monitor module.
Started work on the circuit board for the heartbeat monitor module.
Backside of the stripboard for mute and light controller.
Apr 20 2006
Soldering and threading wires to the stripboard.
May 6 2006
Fitted stripboard for the mute and light controller in its enclosure.
Made cutouts for heat-sink and connector in enclosure for stack lights controller.
Apr 8 2006
Testing parts of the monitoring module circuits on a breadboard.
Mar 11 2006
Started work on the circuit boards going into the monitoring module.
Jul 29 2005
The enclosure and stripboards going to be used for the monitoring module.
Everything placed in the the box, now the wires just needs to get tucked in.
May 16 2006
Circuit board placed in module box, mounting LEDs in their holders is next.
Started mounting components in the heartbeat monitor box.
Drilled holes for LEDs and D-Sub connector in box for the heartbeat monitor module.
May 15 2006
Fitting circuit board and mounting LEDs in the fuse box enclosure.
May 13 2006
Soldered wires with LEDs on the fuse box circuit board.
Circuit board for fuse box, with components and wires. Still missing the ICs.
Mounting more components on the fuse box circuit board.
Mounted components on the fuse box circuit board.
Started wiring connector and fuses in fuse box.
Fuses and d-sub connector mounted in the fuse box enclosure.
Done drilling and making cut outs in the fuse box enclosure.
Wiring up the inside of the fuse box, connections made with terminal blocks.
Mar 19 2006
Fitting the circuit boards and LEDs into the fuse box enclosure.
Soldering wires to relay, using pin headers as connectors.
Jun 24 2017
Testing the WeMos relay circuit in with indented load connected.
Testing relay by sending MQTT commands to the WeMos D1 mini chip.
Connecting wire from input power to voltage step-down converter.
Connecting wires for input voltage, and output through relay.
Voltage step-down outputs 5V to relay and WeMos, input from 7-28 volts.
Making some adjustments to stripboard with WeMos D1 mini, to make it fit in the case.
WeMos D1 mini module mounted with relay and voltage step-down on stripboard.
Stripboard with relay and Darlington, WeMos D1 mini socket in center of board.
Inside the Lync light module with new lights and stripboard fitted.
May 15 2017
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.
Fitted stripboard and connected wires inside the light switch module.
Feb 18 2007
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.
Feb 17 2007
Electronics, computers, tech and other geeky stuff by Thomas Jensen aka Hebron
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