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PCBs are here!

Finally, faster than expected, the PCBs are here:

They look pretty nice (sorry for my bad photo), the only remark I have to make myself before testing them is that I misplaced some silkscreen and they didn’t come out clear and readable… for the rest, I like it very much! 39 more words


Orders placed!

Finally I finished all the checks on my PCB and sent them to production!
Almost everything was fine, one of the few things to correct was the minimum silkscreen text size according to my PCB manufacturer specifications. 144 more words


Writing Code for the MicroPython: My setup

Not the coding setup, but the physical one… In the last few posts I showed what could be done with a MicroPython and some sensors. I haven’t had much time lately, what with the evil day-time job getting in the way, but I did play a little with a couple more pieces of my SeeedStudio stash. 279 more words

Azure Veneziano - LinkIt ONE

This post follows my first one on Internet-of-Things telemetry project based on Azure.
At that time I used a Netduino Plus 2 as remote sensor device: this time I use the awesome… 1,207 more words


Netduino Water flow Sensor

A few months ago I purchased 1/2” and 3/4″ inch water flow sensors from SeeedStudio. My plan was to monitor our water and power… 174 more words


Rainbows for the Micro Python

Plodding my way through I2C-enabled devices I bought from SeeedStudio, I picked the newly released RGB-LCD — a variation on the old 2 lines of 16 chars LCD screen, where you can set the background colour. 84 more words

Micro Python

Micro Python shows off

I backed on Kickstarter the Micro Python project and promptly forgot about it, as usual — since between the time you back a project and you get the goods, a long time goes, and other things can happen in the mean time, like… 300 more words