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Frank A. Krueger on Twitter: “I made a build status IoT thing! Automatically polls @bitrise and is even Alexa controlled (for brightness and to turn off). Now I want to add github issue and PR counts. Just a $12 ESP32 and a $30 led matrix.”

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/07/28

[WayBack] Frank A. Krueger on Twitter: “I made a build status IoT thing! Automatically polls @bitrise and is even Alexa controlled (for brightness and to turn off). Now I want to add github issue and PR counts. Just a $12 ESP32 and a $30 led matrix.”

[WayBack]

https://web.archive.org/web/20190822202203/https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1164251716927156224/pu/vid/1280×720/Pn_rAACnrcUHfXol.mp4

–jeroen

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Build your own Infrared reader head for electriciti smart meters for around USD 6: haus-automatisierung.com [4K] – YouTube

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/03/24

In German, but very interesting IR-Lesekopf für SmartMeter selber bauen | haus-automatisierung.com [4K] – YouTube:

I could not find the promised follow-up video at haus-automatisierung.com – YouTube, but the manual steps and the site below have enough information for me.

Too bad the site is way to big to fully archive in the WayBack machine. I only saved the top pages:

Related: [WayBack] MQTT-Grundlagen-Kurs – haus-automatisierung.com

–jeroen

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ESP32-CAM Surveillance Camera (Home Assistant Compatible) – YouTube

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/03/18

Cool little camera.

Absolutely not HD, but comes in very handy for instance when monitoring things from a remote location.

More at [WayBack] ESP32-CAM Video Streaming Web Server (works with Home Assistant) | Random Nerd Tutorials

Build an IP Surveillance Camera with the ESP32-CAM board. The ESP32 Camera hosts a video streaming web server that integrates with Home Assistant or in any browser.

–jeroen

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Threaded Inserts in 3D Prints – How strong are they? – YouTube

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/03/17

They are much stronger than plastic threads, no matter how you create the plastic threads.

To make them even stronger, add shell thickness to the thread locations, either globally or by using modifier meshes. Modifier meshes work way better in Cura than in Slic3r.

–jeroen

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NanoPi NEO2 1GB Metal Complete Kit, NP-NEO2-1G-STK – Antratek Electronics

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/02/24

Still an interesting device: [WayBack] NanoPi NEO2 1GB Metal Complete Kit, NP-NEO2-1G-STK – Antratek Electronics:

The NEO2 Metal Complete Kit includes:

  • NanoPi NEO2 1GB
  • NanoHat OLED
  • Aluminum housing with 3 brass buttons
  • Paste and pads
  • MicroUSB cable
  • 8GB MicroSD Card with pre-installed FriendlyCore Ubuntu
  • Screws and screw driver
  • NanoPi NEO2 quick start guide

The NanoPi NEO2 LTS (Long Term Support) is a super tiny ARM board made by FriendlyElec and uses Allwinner’s 64-bit H5 quad-core SoC (ARM Cortex-A53). It has internal hexa-core Mali450 GPU and 512MB DDR3 RAM.

The NanoPi NEO2 has Gigabit Ethernet and one USB host port. These features make it especially suitable for applications that require high data throughput, high-speed data transmission and high performance.

 

–jeroen

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