Toggle switch in an existing hole on the SOS station, rubber gaskets in the unused holes.
Toggle switch on the walking car, to turn the emergency light on and off.
A fuse, indicator LED and switch for the kitchen cabinet LED lights.
Home build input and output tester with 6 channels. Shows if input gets a positive (green) or negative (red) signal.
Home made test power with 5 and 12 volts, ESD ground and laboratory connectors.
Most of the time I run the fan in the home offce on level 3, at full speed it moves about 200 cubic feet of air per minute.
Light sensor; with LED display, switches, d-sub connector and light sensor TSL250R.
LED display and switches on the front of light sensor.
Front of the light sensor; with LED display, switches and light sensor TSL250R.
Close up of the parallel I/O module front, with switches and LEDs.
Front of the parallel I/O module, with switches and LEDs.
Back of the emergency strobe, with sequence selector and indicator, power and external signal connectors.
A front view of the parallel I/O module with indicator LEDs.
The parallel I/O module installed and in use in the rack box project.
Warning strobe light controller, connected to four warning lights with 10mm high intensive LEDs.
Front of the warning strobe controller during construction. Power connector, switches and status LED installed.
Showing current light value, the light sensor TSL250R can be seen poking out on the top.
Emergency strobe light complete, showing backside with on/off and sequence selector switch and indicators.
Electronics, computers, tech and other geeky stuff by Thomas Jensen aka Hebron
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