# **DIY JBC 245 Controller (not tested yet)** #
Wich can be powered with a standart 19V DC laptop charger.
The project based on the Atmel328 μc, and i try makes simple as i can. The first problem driving a jbc tip is the thermocouple and the heater have a common pin and its not the GND. On some forum i found the easyest way to do is just siple pass the heater current on the thermocupple but thats...
This electronic system is used in staircases or some other places where it is needed to have an automatic light switching controller. It's a device which turns on the light only when there is dark around and the switch is pressed. It will be turned off after the high state on the output of 555 has been over, according to the formula: t=1,1R2*C5. If you want to control some LED eg. COB instead of s...
AxH is an Italian Community of homebrewing passionates.
AxHTherm is a smart device born to help home brewers to take control of their fermentation chambers.
It allows to define temperature steps, temperature ramps, and gravity set points to guide your fermentations!
You don't have to be nearby your fermentation chamber anymore! With AxHTherm you can remotely manage your fermentations, and trac...
ATtiny85 IR remote LED controller - mainly for ambient light behind a TV
Single colour LED
On first power up
Press PROG button to enter program mode
Programming can be over written once the PROG button is pressed
Press ON/OFF assigned button
LED fades in to set brightness value
Default to 50% 
Once the di...
IR RBG LED Strip Arduino Controller
Full build and instructions on [Youtube Video] or [Instructables.com]
A ESP-12 IoT controller for RGB LED Stripe 5-12V.
3+1 channels through MOSFET, PWM and dimming functionality.
The MOSFETs can be replaced by NPN Power transistors (input resistors are as THT parts placed, the 10k pull down's not needed.
The 4th channel is a Logic level up-converter (3.3V->5V). Driven by a 2N7002, can be replaced with BSS138 or similar. Note that it's is a very small power output...
LED controller for LED-strings, -strips and -rings with individually addressable LEDs.
The controller offers a wide spectrum of usefull functions:
- I²C front panel connector for a on display UI and rotary controller.
(for use with DUPPA.NET's I²C rotary controller and a I²C OLED Screen)
- WIFI AP AND Standard Mode, for use with and without existing Wireless network infrastructure.
Aim : To design PIC16F877A based Temperature controller, LM35 as Temperature Sensor, A pot reference set point adjustment. LCD to display Current Temperature, Reference Temperature and status of the output.
Software : MPLAB IDE.
Code : Assembly language(under development...).