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Looking over my Google Analytics pages I’m seeing a few hits each week that appear to be coming from Eaton corporate networks. Welcome! FYI, I’ve been receiving quite a few messages from people who really like their HHB hardware. Most … Continue reading
Well, the good news is that I got an entire day to dissect the HHB base station, and now have a much more thorough understanding of the inner workings of the device. The bad news is that I managed to … Continue reading
Gustavo Litovski has posted an updated version of his MSP430 tutorial on his site This is a nice concise introduction to the platform. Code examples use IAR, but should be fairly portable to other compilers. Another complete set of tutorials … Continue reading
Here’s my initial list of displays which will be supported by AnyDisplay. Currently working on a breakout board for the Sharp MLCD devices which should make these easier to work with. Display Type Price Size Resolution Colors Controller Sharp LS013B4DN02 PNLC … Continue reading
OK, I admit it. I have a weakness for displays. Most of the projects that I’ve got in the hopper include some sort of graphical display. While the ubiquitous LCD character display may be inexpensive, I find them to be … Continue reading
Assembled a batch of Freeduino runtime boards (from nkcelectronics.com, a mere $1.99 each). Waiting on some back-ordered DIP-28 sockets from Mouser and I can finish the set. These are neat little boards, Arduino stripped down to bare essentials.
July kept me insanely busy. My daughter underwent extensive surgery at the end of June and had some complications. She is fine now and recovering well, but the month of July is an insane blur. In any case, I’m back … Continue reading
Excellent tutorial series from John Boxall on Tronixstuff. Lots of great information and great product ideas.
I purchased an Avago HDLS-2416 display from eBay a while back for my refrigerator monitor project (Fridge Squid FTW!). This is a really nice compact 4-character 5×7 alphanumeric display, extremely bright and readable. Unfortunately it was the wrong part; the 2416 … Continue reading