PSU Burner

How do you test a power supply? With an Analog Discovery controllable electronic load, of course! […]

10002 Software

[Under construction. Check out The intro in the meantime]

Intro

There is plenty of software to use in home automation, but of course I decided to stay with open source and free options.

In recent years there have been multiple new “controller” type of software, which is the type that is suppose to control, manage, […]

10002 Hardware

[Under construction. Check out The intro in the meantime]

Some history

A picture says 1000 words!*

*inner voice dependent

Which microcontroller?

When I began this project, I was long given up on the ATMega and ATTtiny micro, with some exceptions, as they are not really justified in a hobby environment. Therefore, I have initially […]

10002 Lessons learned

What?

This page covers things I have learned and why I did what I did in my 1000² project. Some experience, random calculations, opinions and thoughts.

Battery philosophy

So what is the battery philosophy? Should I make everything last as long as possible and change batteries each time some device is dead? What […]

Digital Power Supply – Part 3: Concept comparison

How do some topologies of power supplies perform? Find out! […]

Sit.Up

A simple device for those who sit too much, with install and forget, nothing to wear! […]

5UP – simple 5V UPS

A simple on-line 5V UPS for raspberry pi and others, using off the shelf modules. […]

LED Logger V3

Third iteration of my led logger, a device that measures the lifetime of LEDs. Now with WiFI! […]

ESP8266 tests

Some quick stability tests for the ESP8266. […]

Stockie – item centric shopping list

Wireless buttons that let you instantly add something to your shopping list. Like the Dash buttons, but invented before. […]

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