Everything placed in the the box, now the wires just needs to get tucked in.
Circuit board placed in module box, mounting LEDs in their holders is next.
Started mounting components in the lifesignal monitor box.
Drilled holes for LEDs and D-Sub connector in box for the lifesignal monitor module.
Soldering wires to relay, using pin headers as connectors.
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.
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.
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.
Soldered resistor and wires to LED poking out of the SOS station roof, secured the wire with Kapton tape.
Soldered LEDs with resistors in the roof of SOS station.
Started soldering the battery, switch and LED inside the SOS station.
Toggle switch in an existing hole on the SOS station, rubber gaskets in the unused holes.
Mounted a toggle switch in an existing hole on the SOS station, plugged the rest with rubber gaskets.
Mounted two clear LED holders in SOS station roof.
The SOS station toy have been disassembled and two holes drilled for LED holders.
Soldering the cathode pins together, and a resistor for each LED on the anode.
10mm LEDs mounted in case.
Case for three 10mm LEDs, just missing the LEDs.
Closeup of new front LEDs for RC car, inside chassis.
Installed the new front LEDs for RC car.
Testing the new front LEDs for RC car.
Soldering new front LEDs for RC car.
Inside plastic case with four 10mm warm white LEDs.
New power cable soldered to a Bluetooth transmitter board.
Inside a Bluetooth transmitter, with new power cable soldered.
The soldered LEDs are mounted in the LED holders on the Lync light.
An inside view of the Lync light box, LED holders installed and opening for USB cable cut.
Front of the Lync light box during construction.
Chromed metal LED holders installed on the Lync light.
Attached rubber feet below the Lync light, to make it stable on the desk.
Arduino board mounted inside the Lync light box.
Wiring and connecting the circuit board inside the intruder alarm.
Front of the intruder alarm during construction.
Inside the intruder alarm during construction, closeup of LEDs and connectors.
Ready to install the circuit board inside the intruder alarm module.
Testing all I/Os on the sound alarm module.
Circuit board complete, next; solder all wires and install AVR microcontroller.
D-sub connector soldered and mounted, fitting circuit board in case.
Circuit board for mood-light controller, AVR ATmega8 not fitted yet.
A front look of the box with the LCD mounted, during assembly.
Mounted LCD with the wires soldered in the box. Wires on the left is for back light.
Soldered power and signal wires from the connectors on the back plate for LCD unit.
Mounted the power and parallel connector on the rear plate for LCD unit.
Cut and drilled holes for the power and parallel connector on the back plate for LCD unit.
Cut opening for the LCD in front of the box.
Installing the circuit board and doing some final testing on the warning strobe controller.
Front of the warning strobe controller during construction. Power connector, switches and status LED installed.
Circuit board finished, AVR microcontroller not yet installed. Power transistors and voltage regulator visible.
Fitted switches, LEDs and power connector in plastic case for warning strobe controller.
Inside of the module during assembly, ATtiny2313 microcontroller and voltage regulator installed.
Fitting stripboard, LCD, wires etc in the case, and doing some testing along the way.
Fan and temperature unit stripboard is complete, ready for a AVR microcontroller and installation.
Installing switches, LEDs, connector and wires in fan and temperature unit.
Holes for connectors, switches, LEDs and LCD is complete in fan and temperature unit case.
Switches and connectors fitted to plastic box, with wires attached.
Circuit board for alarm disabling unit #2, AVR microcontroller not yet fitted.
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