Here is a link to the gallery for the MAX6675 Breakout Board V1.0. Check out the gallery here and the project here.
I’m pretty sure the majority of my projects will never be considered “Complete” as I’m always tinkering with the firmware to add or refine features. However, I like to give my projects a finished look which means they will be inside of enclosures or integrated into other devices. It would be nice if I could… Read More ›
I updated the CNZ1120 Photo Interrupter board to version 2.0. Check out the gallery here.
Here are pictures of the Hobbyduino Mini boot-loader ISP Plug. This plug (or shield if you like) can be used to burn the Arduino boot-loader onto blank ATMega328 or ATMega168 chips. In essence, this plug is a minimalist AVR ISP programmer. Go here for the gallery.
I have uploaded some pictures to the gallery of version 3 of the Hobbyduino Mini. There have been some subtle design changes based on the recommendations of a fellow robot builder from Let’s Make Robots forum. Go here and check out the 3rd revision of the Hobbyduino Mini.
The Hobbybotics I2C I/O Expander is based on the Philips PCF8574A. The PCF8574A provides eight bits of I/O with the use of only two micro-controller pins. Included are pictures of the first version of the PCB. Go here and check out the pictures.
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.