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  • Posted in thread: Stc-1000+ on 10-17-2016 at 02:41 PM
    Got it hosted through github now.

  • Posted in thread: Can it even be done? Measuring Specific Gravity using Arduino or Raspberry Pi on 10-13-2016 at 06:34 PM
    The tilt hydrometer does look interesting. And $100 is probably reasonable for a complete
    product. But... hacking is fun... and the LightBlue Bean that the tilt is based on is $24.
    But... a 3 axis acc...

  • Posted in thread: Automated Mash Stir Arm on 10-11-2016 at 01:34 PM
    Ok so the first step was to open my brand new Worm gear motor and clean out all that NASTY
    grease that i don't want to get into my grains! Next up is to mount it inside an enclosure so
    as to not get t...

  • Posted in thread: Numbers Inside a melted SSR (pic) on 10-11-2016 at 07:56 AM
    That just look like the zero crossing detecting opto coupler (that triggers the triac), to me.

  • Posted in thread: Inkbird SSR ? on 10-10-2016 at 08:27 PM
    There is no guarantee that the fake Foteks can't handle current either. It all depends on the
    actual triac used (and you need to open, and destroy the SSR in the process, to find out).
    Granted, the on...

  • Posted in thread: Inkbird SSR ? on 10-09-2016 at 06:23 AM
    It sure looks like a Fotek clone. I would be careful with any Fotek looking SSR and a load
    larger than 10A. No matter what it says on the front, most of them seem to have a 10 amp
    TRIAC.Haven't tried ...

  • Posted in thread: Stc-1000+ on 10-09-2016 at 05:12 AM
    Google stopped allowing hosting files.

  • Posted in thread: Do you really need a pid on 10-08-2016 at 08:07 AM
    @FloppyKnockers: You're right. I wasn't aware of that... (I hesitate to say less standard, so
    I'll go with up and coming) acronym.I'd absolutly love to hear about all your innovative work,
    especially ...

  • Posted in thread: Do you really need a pid on 10-07-2016 at 06:54 PM
    I don't think that would qualify as a PID (because it's not), but as the lid is mostly round,
    I'd call it the "Floppy disc controller".Looks awsome. And nice job documenting it for

  • Posted in thread: Do you really need a pid on 10-07-2016 at 08:33 AM
    @jimdkc: The 555 is indeed a classic chip :) The thread I linked to (slow PWM LED hacking) IS a
    555 based circuit, but it's improved. The 555 generate a sawtooth signal, which is fed to
    comparator, an...

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