Hey! Fellow nerds! Hope you are having a great weekend. Just a quick reminder the Chinese new year is starting from February 8th so Happy New Year to all my Chinese readers and for all other folks it just mean a Chinese electronics market shutdown for a month, hopefully you have stocked the parts you need. I didn’t, was really in need for some motors and yeah shipping time 15 – 38 days, so going to try my luck in local market tomorrow.
Its my Sixth semester this time and that means I have to make a mini project and after a ton of pleading to my project guide, he accepted my project topic which I really wanted to do for a long time “The self balancing robot”.
This post will be about just some basic explanation and ideas I have for the project and info on upcoming in-depth posts on same.
First of all Happy New Year fellow engineers !
This post is about reviewing PCB manufacturers in Pune. I had to start from scratch on this one, didn’t found any helpful post about this on the internet. So here is my note on the matter, hope it will be helpful. This post is based on the trial run of small quantity of PCB for my personal projects but few of the manufacturer I used also do PCB’s in quantity, contact links at the end of the post.
“Slap on the Batman logo where ever you can. Its just nerd written all over it !!”
Blog has stated getting some traffic and also its been few months I haven’t posted anything so this is just a quick update post on what I am working on and whats coming up.
First of all Happy Holidays!!
Oh! What is that white stuff ? Never seen that one here before !!
Last weekend I visited Doo Labs meetup in Pune, Intel was there Continue reading
So I just brought a cheap bench power supply from a local market, it was dirt cheap picked one up for Rs 800 or 13 $ . I wasn’t hoping for Continue reading
This circuit is used to convert single pole 12 throw switch to in to binary output.
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We have to drive a 500W motor using a PIC 16F877A, measure its RPM and also feeding it back to micro controller to displaying its real-time speed on a 16×2 LCD Character Display.
I am Yash an Electrical Engineering student in India, I have started writing blog to Continue reading