Month: September 2010
I have added the first project! It is called the Hobbyduino Mini or Hobbyduino for short. The Hobbyduino is my implementation of a minimal Arduino clone using the ATMega328 processor with the Arduino bootloader. The Hobbyduino board contains a 5V @ 1A voltage regulator. It also contains a USB-to-Serial device (FTDI) pin header for uploading… Read More ›
Added some pictures of a mini board based on the ATmega328 microcontroller flashed with the Arduino bootloader. I’m also developing plugin nodes to go along with the Hobbyduino Mini. View it here.
Added pictures to the gallery for version 1 of a motor driver using relays for direction control and a single MOSFET for speed control. View it here.
Added pictures to the gallery of a basic 5V power regulation board. You can view it here.
I’ve added some project pictures to the gallery for an optoisolated relay controller I designed to handle DC and AC voltages. I also added some project pictures for the second version of an LCD backpack I designed based on a PIC16F628 microcontroller. Check them out here and here.
This is a web blog about me sharing my ideas (sometimes outrageous) based on a “boiling pot” of electronics, programming and manufacturing. Again, I would like to state that some of my ideas may be out there as I love to brain storm, in the physical sense. My ultimate goal is to learn by creating. … Read More ›