Problem: Traditionally, to activate a device – like the mosquito zapper I have in the backyard, or the fairy lights on the tree in the yard – I need to physically flick a switch. I’d like to be able to… Continue Reading →
A device used in a small server cabinet to power a cooling fan when the temperature gets too hot.
Changing the jets in the carbys for my Evinrude (same as Johnson) 2-stroke 115hp 115893c engine.
IoT functionality completed. Coopener is now centrally controlled and accessible by web.
Home theatre and computer network installation.
Raspberry Pi to Arduino communication using Python and serial comms.
Building a framework for Home Automation devices, starting with the worlds first IoT chicken coop.
The Smart Home project has begun…
Build your own temperature sensor and fan speed controller.
Install *nix on your Riverbed x55
A coop and enclosure for the newest addition to our family.
Extended existing fence for privacy.
Terracing our vegetable patch in time for Spring.
A new home for my banana tree.
Disclaimer: These instructions likely cover many different models other than the one I have. I don’t know which models these are, so if you don’t have the same engine as mine then be sure to check on it. Having said the above,… Continue Reading →
This post is a placeholder for what is yet to come. Firstly, sorry for taking so long to add to this blog! It has been quite some time. I have built many projects in this time, but haven’t updated them… Continue Reading →
Everyone loves going to the gym (well, maybe not everyone), but we hate it when all the good classes are always booked out! Argh! Well, not anymore!
The final steps to completing your project.
Want to build your own completely flexible and customisable, yet small and energy efficient home Media System? This is not a simple media server or NAS (Network Attached Storage), although it does that too. It is everything your run-of-the mill… Continue Reading →
I already have existing servers, but I figured it would be best to build an entire Media System which stands alone and try to make it as small, efficient and automated as possible. This way, the system can be replicated… Continue Reading →
UPDATE: 25/2/2014 – Fritzing file is now available for Breadboard, Schematic, and PCB views. Above image is a screen grab of the Breadboard view in Fritzing. This is v1 hardware and will work on all v1.x versions of code (see… Continue Reading →
My second appearance on Hack a Day! Thanks @HaD! 🙂
Space in our house is getting a little tight and my show cupboard is already full. So I decided to make a few additional shelves to hold more shoes. Also, the light in the cupboard is minimal due to the… Continue Reading →