I’ve been very busy over the last weeks, but now I’ve taken some time to get deeper into the “core electronics part”, which simply means that I got a breadboard and some electronic components like resistors, transistors, LEDs and a lot of wires.
The first step was to get a normal LED on the breadboard […]
Playing around with a FEZ Panda II is a lot of fun, especially when it comes to LED lights (and when it’s getting dark outside). Sure, you can make them simply blink, or maybe progam a more complex light-switching pattern, but you always end up with a lot of code to address the LEDs and […]
First of all: using the ethernet connection with the FEZ Panda II works well if you follow the steps from GHIElectronic’s eBook “FEZ Internet of Things”. You just set up MAC, IP, netmask, gateway and DNS server settings and you are ready to go.
But, there is actually a drawback: although the FEZ Panda II […]
After taking a short break with Netduino hacking I’ll start over on the next days to test an external power supply that I’ve bought some days ago. It has an adjustable volatge range from 3 to 12 V and comes with a variaty of connectors. This external power supply is intended to support projects to […]
After my first and very simple Netduino project, the traffic lights, I wanted to get a little step further. So I’ve put together some lines of code to make the LEDs show the sequence red, yellow, green, off with a fixed interval in between. And I want this interval to be controllable with the Variable […]
Last week I got my GHI FEZ Internet of Things Kit, which includes – besides many accessory parts – a .NET-Microframework-powered Arduino-like board, the Netduino.
I started playing around with both the software and hardware, and the first thing that really worked was a very simple traffic light. It displays the light sequence red, red/yellow, […]
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