> I got a lot of messages about the project, or the code, but the situation was I put the project on hold for a while, when waiting for parts to arrive, then modified multiple times without documenting etc... the project got finished working well, heat up quickly, but when I have time I will make a fully documented mark 2 version.
V.2 - added checking of the correct functioning of the controllers (ATmega and SPC-2). If one of them fails, the data in the output blocks is reset within 0.35s.
Makes the ancient PLC700 as Profibus DP slave for the modern controllers. Is inserted instead of the PLC700 Central units. Cabinet, external connections, I / O process control system remain unchanged. The data I/O refresh cycle...
This is an attempt to create your own version of the calculator on the ATMEGA8 chip.
The purpose of the conclusions of the microcontroller is seen in the circuit.
The handling of 20 keys is described on my blog - http://un7fgo.gengen.ru/?p=2127 (I apologize, only in Russian).
This project uses the AtMega328P-PU as processor. Input is the DCC signal used in model railroading projects.
There are 16 MosFet driven outputs, separated from the AtMega by optocouplers (if you want separation).
A 5V power unit is integrated; it can get it's power from DCC or from a separate power supply.
There are a lot of LEDs in the circuit diagram, but you can leave a lot of them (and the ac...
Power Plug remote control via LAN
Relay D2 "0" - enable, "1" - disable
Current sensor - A0
LED Green D30 "1" - enable, "0" - disable
LED Red D31 "1" - enable, "0" - disable
Relay D3 "0" - enable, "1" - disable
Current sensor - A1
LED Green D32 "1" - enable, "0" - disable
LED Red D33 "1" - enable, "0" - disable
Relay D5 "0" - enable, "1" - disable
Current sensor - A2
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T12 Quick Heating Soldering Station featuring
- Temperature measurement of the tip
- Temperature control via rotary encoder
- Boost mode by short pressing rotary encoder switch
- Setup menu by long pressing rotary encoder switch
- Handle movement detection (by checking ball switch)
- Iron unconnected detection (by idenfying invalid temperature readings)
- Time driven sleep/power of...
UPDI programmer (jtag2updi) for the new tinyAVR 0- and 1-series microcontrollers based on ATmega8/88/168/328.
Project Video: https://youtu.be/OVSLsA9-gF0
More information and firmware: https://github.com/ElTangas/jtag2updi
Getting started with the new ATtiny chips: http://www.technoblogy.com/show?2OCH
Mini UPDI Programmer based on ATti...
USBasp - USB ISP/TPI programmer for Atmel AVR microcontrollers based on the design by Thomas Fischl. More information can be found at https://www.fischl.de/usbasp/. Windows users may need to install a driver. Of course this is not necessary for linux and mac users. Close SELFPROG jumper when uploading firmware. If you are burning a fresh microcontroller, close the Slow Serial Clock jumper (SLOWCLK...
SID replacement board based on the design by Swinkel. For more information visit http://www.swinkels.tvtom.pl/swinsid/ and https://www.forum64.de/index.php?thread/36481-swinsid-atmega88/.
1541 Floppy Disk Drive to USB Adapter based on the designs by Till Harbaum and Spiro R. Trikaliotis. For more information visit https://spiro.trikaliotis.net/xu1541.
C64 SD-Card adapter based on the LarsP-design (https://larsee.com/blog/2007/02/the-mmc2iec-device/) with cassette port plug. For more information visit https://www.sd2iec.de.
C64 Keyboard to USB Adapter based on the design by Mikkel Holm Olsen (https://symlink.dk/projects/c64key/).
Small version of the famous Transistor Tester from mikrocontroller.net featuring automatic detection of NPN and PNP bipolar transistors, N- and P-channel MOSFETs,
JFETs, diodes, double diodes, N- and P-IGBTs, thyristors, triacs, resistors and capacitors. For more information visit https://www.mikrocontroller.net/articles/AVR_Transistortester.
Project Video: https://youtu.be/J4nZ0n5suDk
C64 SD-Card Adapter based on the Shadowolf-design. For more information visit https://www.sd2iec.de.