Timer, relays, terminal blocks and modules inside the rack box project. Image taken April 2009.
Top of the rack box project, more modules installed. Image taken February 2009.
Right side of the rack box project, image taken March 2008.
Left side of the rack box project, image taken March 2008.
The base of the rack box, full of modules, terminal blocks and relays.
Inside the rack box project, image taken March 2008.
Mounting a DIN-rail in the base of the rack box, the only place where there is any space left.
Even the rack box ceiling is starting to fill up with modules and connections.
Mounted a new module monitoring unit in the rack box, image taken April 2007.
Removed the old module monitoring unit from the rack box project, going to install a new one.
Starting to fill up the rack box project, image taken April 2007.
Stack light controller, fan controller and module monitoring module in rack box project.
Inside the rack box project, image taken July 2006.
Fuse module mounted on DIN rail, more terminal blocks installed in rack box project.
Installed a monitoring module and more fuses in the rack box project.
A look inside the rack box project, started mounting modules on the left wall as well.
Still plenty of space on the left wall of the rack box project.
Mounted a cooling fan in the ceiling of the rack box project.
Inside the rack box project, image taken April 2006.
Installed monitored fuses and more modules in the rack box project.
The very beginning of the rack box project, power distribution and a parallel I/O module mounted.
This is how my rack box started, power distribution and some d-subs for external connections.
Intruder alarm module installed and connected.
Sound alarm controller is complete, mounted and connected.
The Rack box project was made up a lot of AVR microcontroller modules connected together, controlled pretty much my entire apartment.
The parallel I/O module installed and in use in the rack box project.
Fan and temperature controller, showing temperature and set points for fan and alarm on the LCD. Temperature sensor LM35 can be seen sticking out.
Alarm disabling unit #2 installed and connected to production equipment. Alarm LED is lit.
Relay installed between the alarm output and horn on the equipment.
Alarm disabling unit #1 installed and connected to production equipment. Alarm LED is lit.
Electronics, computers, tech and other geeky stuff by Thomas Jensen aka Hebron
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