Computer and the start of an electronics lab, in my old apartment.
The early edition of my electronics lab in the old apartment.
Wasn't really an electronics lab back then, this is how it began in our house.
The desk of my electronics lab in my previous house.
My home office/man cave/electronics lab with new monitor setup, laptop stand and Hue lights.
Computer desk with new monitor on shelf, with Philips Hue Bloom as bias lighting.
Computer desk and electronics lab with red lights by Philips Hue.
My old computer desk, with a LED downlight behind my Dremel tool.
My old computer desk with a single self-made LED downlight.
Got myself another small table to increase my work surface, and put the soldering iron on the shelf.
My electronics corner, with lamps from IKEA and tool wall. Ready to go!
This is how the electronics corner ended up in the end, with new shelves and a small table.
It is important to have tools within arms reach, this is my tool wall.
Another photo of my electronics corner/lab, with more equipment this time. Lit by Hue from Philips.
My entire desk, with computer and electronics corner, lighted by Hue from Philips.
The right side of my desk is the electronics corner, lit by Hue from Philips.
My electronics corner/lab, lit by Hue from Philips.
Having a good storage system for parts make it so much easier to find what you need.
This is where most of my electronic parts are organized.
So this is my tiny work surface, cables and instruments within reach. And a new soldering iron! :D
Two rows of cable rolls, oscilloscope, power supply and soldering iron.
Got myself a couple of IKEA lamps to get better lighting on the work area.
So this is my tiny electronics corner/lab :)
A couple of shelves for storage above the electronics corner is practical.
Both new shelves are up in my electronics corner, looking good!
Overview of the my electronics corner, with two new shelves in place. Got more storage space, every bit helps :)
Also added a tiny shelf on the wall in front of me, for soldering equipment, multimeter etc.
Shelf painted black to fit the "theme", oscilloscope and power supply in place.
Overview of my electronics corner, with oscilloscope and power supply on the new shelf.
Shelf with oscilloscope and power supply, looking good.
Still plenty of space for my rolls of wire after the new shelf was added.
Power to the instruments is brought up in a cable canal, nice and hidden :)
I needed some space for my scope and power supply, added a new shelf.
Different colored wires, ready for the next project. Having it easily available is important.
Having some shelf's close keeps the actual work area much cleaner.
Some space to put stuff makes it easier to keep the work surface uncluttered.
Having the most used tools close by is a real time saver.
Here is my electronics area, with wires, tools and my Android watch.
My trusty Atmel STK500 test and development board.
Every electronics enthusiast needs a oscilloscope, this is my GW GDS-2062 oscilloscope.
My oscilloscope is located right above the programming area.
This is where I program all my microcontrollers, a couple of Raspberry Pi's on the left.
It's always handy to have a few spare AVR microcontrollers.
My logistics system (this website) keeps track of the location of all components.
A whole bunch of different modules I've made over the years.
Storage is important, shelves and component storage.
In the first house I got I had a lot of space, and a huge home office and electronics lab.
Who says there has to be clothes in a cabinet? In my first apartment I used it for parts and my rack box project.
When I got my own apartment the electronics hobby kind of took off.
Testing the AVR microcontroller interfacing the keypad, using STK500.
Electronics, computers, tech and other geeky stuff by Thomas Jensen aka Hebron
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