Everything placed in the the box, now the wires just needs to get tucked in.
Circuit board for the lifesignal monitor module, AVR microcontroller not fitted yet.
Started mounting components in the lifesignal monitor box.
Copper lanes and soldered components on a stripboard.
WeMos D1 mini relay circuit board complete.
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 LED strobe controller for car module, with wires connected to pin headers.
Strip board with AVR chip, inside LED strobe controller for car.
Fitted stripboard and connected wires inside the light switch module.
Stripboard for light switch module, AVR microcontroller not yet fitted.
Test board for ribbon cable to pin header.
A simple traffic light controller using a 555 timer and a Johnson counter.
Closeup of the intruder alarm circuit board, with AVR ATtiny2313 microcontroller.
Closeup of the input resistors on stripboard.
Closeup of the output transistors, base resistors and pin headers.
Stripboard inside of the intruder alarm system controller
Closeup of the stripboard and AVR ATtiny2313 microcontroller.
Closeup of the AVR ATtiny2313 microcontroller and stripboard.
Inside intruder alarm, all components installed.
Circuit board fitted inside box, AVR ATtiny2313 shown.
Wiring and connecting the circuit board inside the intruder alarm.
Circuit board for intruder alarm, microcontroller not yet fitted.
Inside the mood light controller, showing ATmega8 microcontroller.
Inside the mood-light controller, circuit board with ATmega8 microcontroller.
Inside the mood-light controller, DIL-switch and fuse on circuit board.
Inside the mood-light controller, showing ATmega8 microcontroller.
Mood-light controller with lid removed, circuit board visible.
Circuit board complete, next; solder all wires and install AVR microcontroller.
D-sub connector soldered and mounted, fitting circuit board in case.
Close up of the RGB LED stripboard, with all LEDs lit.
Testing mood light controller, with LEDs connected.
Some final testing of the mood light controller circuit board before installing it in the box.
Circuit board for mood-light controller, AVR ATmega8 not fitted yet.
Circuit board in keypad module; containing ATtiny2313 microcontroller.
Wires connecting the different parts of the keypad module to the circuit board and microcontroller.
Showing the circuit board in keypad module with ATtiny2313 microcontroller.
Cabling between the microcontroller circuit board, keypad, connector and LEDs in keypad module.
Assembly finished; showing the inside of the keypad module. ATtiny2313 connected to the keypad.
A close look at the circuit board for the keypad, with ATtiny2313 microcontroller.
An inside look of the keypad module during assembly.
Closeup of the circuit board with components, ATmega8 and voltage regulator visible.
The light-to-voltage sensor TSL250R is poking of the module.
Inside of the light sensor, ATmega8, and light sensor TSL250R visible.
Lots of wires connecting everything inside the light sensor.
Closeup of the ATmega8 microcontroller and voltage regulator with heat sink.
Closeup of the ATmega8 microcontroller, and lots of wires.
Transition board between centronics connector and LCD, with contrast adjustment.
A single transistor with base resistor on stripboard.
A couple of stripboards with transistors. Very messy, unsafe even...
Messy inside of parallel I/O module, with transistors hanging loose and electrical tape.
Circuit board in the emergency strobe, with ATtiny2313 and a couple of optocouplers.
Close up of the electronics in the emergency strobe, showing ATtiny2313, optocoupler, etc.
Inside the emergency strobe, circuit board connected to LEDs, switches and connectors.
Emergency strobe circuit board wired to LEDs, switches, connectors.
Circuit board is wired and mounted to the case lid on emergency strobe.
Lid on emergency strobe open, showing circuit board, wiring, LEDs, etc.
Inside the emergency strobe, the electronics on the left and LEDs on the right.
An inside view after everything has been fitted, ATtiny2313 microcontroller, voltage regulator and power transistors visible.
Circuit board in the warning strobe module. Everything connected.
Electronics, computers, tech and other geeky stuff by Thomas Jensen aka Hebron
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