Search

I need you kit

Ohm´s law

Ohm´s law The most commonly used formula in electrical engineering is known as Ohm´s law. The law describes the relationship between Voltage (U), Resistance (R) and Current (I). Many law´s and formulas are important to remember but Ohm´s law is... Continue Reading →

2 clips that robot junkies do not want to miss

Problems that needs to be solved with collaborative robots The first clip is about the interaction between humans and robots. This is a topic that there will be more and more buzz about as the market for collaborative robots will... Continue Reading →

Innovative energy monitoring platform Verdigris

Verdigris energy platform Verdigris is a energy monitoring system. It uses sensors that are connected to the incoming mains, distribution panel or branches and monitors the energy consumption of the household. With the information that is provided from the sensors... Continue Reading →

Shapr3D on the Ipad Pro

Shapr3D The first 3D CAD (Computer Aided Design) app is now available on the Ipad Pro. I had a look at the video where it is demoed and I got really impressed! Click on the picture and have look. This... Continue Reading →

Dynamic skip fire makes its entrance

Cylinder deactivation control A joint development has been made between the companies Delphi and Tula Technology. They have developed a new type of innovative cylinder deactivation control for gasoline combustion engines which is called DSF (Dynamic Skip Fire). Once it... Continue Reading →

IKEA goes into smart lights

Smart lights The Swedish furniture giant IKEA has now launched a series of LED smart lights. The design of the LED lights is very slick as they look like ordinary light bulbs yet allows control via a remote. The series... Continue Reading →

Wheatstones bridge

  Figure 1.1 Wheatstone´s bridge Wheatstone´s bridge is a electrical circuit that can be applied when physical quantities like mechanical stress or temperature are aimed to be measured. For someone who is not used to looking at electrical circuits or... Continue Reading →

Cast, cast and away

Media streaming device A few weeks ago we invested in a Chromecast from Google. We have had an Apple TV for a couple of years now. Up to now we have mainly been using Apple phones/tablets in our family so... Continue Reading →

Build your own 433 MHz receiving device for home automation using an Arduino(Part 1, Hardware)

Home automation Since about 2 years back we have had a Telldus home automation system installed. This uses radio frequency signals to control wall plugs and get information as humidity and temperature from sensors. There are a lot of products... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑