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Raspberry Pies for media station (OpenElec) and z-wave domotica controller (domoticz)
 
  
Arduino for energy control of camper (Unimog 404, former army all terrain radio shack); charging from alternator, mains or solar panel. Also experimenting with sensors, possible project is a solar tracker.
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== Who ==
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Cor Bouwhuis
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== Interests ==
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Raspberry Pies for
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* media station (OpenElec) and
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* z-wave domotica controller (domoticz)
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Arduino for
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* energy control of camper ([http://classicunimogs.com/unimog_404_radiobox2.html Unimog 404], former army all terrain 4x4 radio shack); battery charging from alternator, mains or solar panel.  
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* Also experimenting with sensors, possible project is a solar tracker.
  
 
LPCXpresso
 
LPCXpresso
  
Still have some ancient RCA1802 boards for sentimental reasons.
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== History ==
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* The first computer I built was the [http://www.cosmacelf.com/history/ Netronics ELF II]
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* still have some ancient RCA1802 boards for sentimental reasons.
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* 68000
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* Z80
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* Still posess an [http://www-03.ibm.com/ibm/history/exhibits/pc/pc_1.html IBM PC]
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== Projects ==
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* [http://reprap.org/wiki/Prusa_Mendel_%28iteration_2%29 3D printer]
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* [http://www.banggood.com/DSO138-DIY-Digital-Oscilloscope-Kit-Electronic-Learning-Kit-p-969762.html LCD Oscilloscope]

Revision as of 15:04, 19 August 2015

Who

Cor Bouwhuis

Interests

Raspberry Pies for

  • media station (OpenElec) and
  • z-wave domotica controller (domoticz)

Arduino for

  • energy control of camper (Unimog 404, former army all terrain 4x4 radio shack); battery charging from alternator, mains or solar panel.
  • Also experimenting with sensors, possible project is a solar tracker.

LPCXpresso

History

  • The first computer I built was the Netronics ELF II
  • still have some ancient RCA1802 boards for sentimental reasons.
  • 68000
  • Z80
  • Still posess an IBM PC


Projects