Shows my process of building an AVR module, from design to installation.
Let me show you my office/workshop/cigar lounge aka. man cave.
I recently realized that I just didn't have enough space on my electronics work area, so I put up a few more shelves. Here is the result.
Quick demo showing a warning light controller, with a LED break light and some yellow side indicators.
A (pretty old) slideshow of different AVR and electronics projects I have built.
While making a short presentation out the Light sensor I noticed that the value was very unstable, the PWM controlled LED lights turned out to be the reason.
Quick demo of the strobe light, patterns and functions.
Quick video showing the unit with a light sensor connected, reading LED pulses from the fuse box.
Showing the operations of the presence light, reacting to Lync status changes.
It's time to have a look inside the Lync presence (busy) light unit.
Shows the inside and operation of the mood light controller.
This is an early video of my (now abandoned) project; the Rackbox. Pretty much controlled my entire apartment back in the days, from 2004 til 2008.
Shows my Rack box project; with the Fan controller in action, adjusting set point and triggering the fan and alarm. Fan controller appears at 0:44.
Shows the mood light controller in action, with the previous firmware. It is driving a Prolight RGB LED. The Light sensor can be seen at 1:15.
This was the very early days when I started getting into automation and microcontrollers, back in 2004.
Showing the flashing blue and yellow LEDs on the SOS station toy.
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Electronics, computers, tech and other geeky stuff by Thomas Jensen aka Hebron
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