After the previous breakthrough which allows me to program the ATTiny10 and a small delay caused by a wonderful sunny Ibiza holiday, it’s time to get the WS2812 2020 leds working on this wonderful small microcontroller.
Ever since I’ve finished the first prototype of my Automatic Curtain project one and a half years ago, the curtains have been running without any issues. Unfortunately, that came to an abrupt end this weekend.
While most of the world celebrate the holidays under the christmas tree on December 25th, the Dutch celebrate Sinterklaas on December 5th. This year, Sinterklaas rewarded my “good behaviour” with an awesome long-awaited present …
Not so long ago, I wrote a post about my new toy, the Rigol DP832 Programmable DC Power Supply. One of the features I mentioned, was the ethernet connection allowing me to control the power supply over ethernet using the official software. Since this software is Windows only, I took some time to figure out if it is possible to write an iOS app for it.
During my last electronics project, I have made extensive use of the power supply my dad built for me when I was younger. And although I’m emotionally attached to this piece of anchient electronics, it was time to admit it needed replacement.