Streaming audio from a turntable with Darkice and Icecast running on a Raspberry Pi
It was a cold start to 2021, outside temps well below freezing, I guess that was the final straw for the ~20yr old fan in my combi boiler. On New Year’s Day I’d noticed it was making more noise that usual as I was putting some rubbish in the wheelie bin, nothing more than aContinue reading “Bosch-Worcester 35CDi Fan Failure”
Creating a temperature monitoring dashboard in Grafana to display temps from sensors all around the house. Running on Raspberry Pis and using the venerable DS18B20 one-wire sensor.
Just dug this out of storage – some electronics I made in the late 80s/early 90s. Most of it is old/scrap components – only the 555 and the MC14526 counter/divider actually do anything – flashing the LEDs long the edge. I can remember making it at work during quiet times as a side project, IContinue reading “Flashing LEDs with a 555 timer – and not a lot else”
via TweetDeck A modern dynamo – who knew they still existed and were so cool. From the 1980’s style, tyre rubbing demons, to this 🙂
Just dug the old T39 out of the drawer – still works, but have to charge the battery off the phone, and battery won’t take a full charge, but apart from that I love the form factor… Perfect just for making calls 🙂
The smaller “trickle charger” looked like it would manage just over a watt I need to test these on an overcast day to get more or a realistic idea of their capabilities… Ideal for camping – assuming there’s some sunshine! See the full gallery on Posterous