… And not a single component being utilized except the breadboard. Still love this though.
Continue.. All of that Useful Hardware…
Not long ago, I wrote a post regarding hardware and software interfacing a Maxim DS1620 Digital Thermometer/Thermostat. In my copious free time, I decided to follow through with a working example that displays temperature data on any LCD display that uses the ubiquitous Hitachi 44780 chipset. Below you’ll find a schematic as well as a […]
Continue.. Maxim DS1620 Thermometer Output on Hitachi 44780 Example
This is an update to a post that I made a week or so ago. I’ve reverted to using hardware and had good results this week. It took a lot of trial and error, but here we go: When the master implementation is finished, I plan to make the source public. It needs some hardening […]
Continue.. I2C Master and Slave In Hardware: Progress!
Due to a recent change in spending habits, I decided to replace my ageing scope meter with a newer, nicer model. If it holds up for a few months, I will probably give it a brief review. Still exploring options, but triggering seems to be half-way decent for a portable, rechargeable scope in this price […]
Continue.. New Toy – Hantek DSO1200 Handheld Oscilloscope