In this section we cover how our 3 channel RTD provides a readout and troubleshoot any problems that may arise.
Part 1: Getting Started Part 2: Hardware Part 3: Code Part 4: Reading Temperature Part 2: Hardware In a previous post we covered the parts and components needed to build the 3 probe RTD project. In this post, we cover how to assemble the hardware and wire the components together. Step 1: Assemble the PWF […]
In a previous post I described the Arduino MEGA as an efficient and tiny mini computer. And like a tiny computer, the MEGA needs an equally efficient and tiny display in order to show the user what’s going on. Prerequisites Basic understanding of programing and uploading sketches to an Arduino In this post, we’re going […]
The Brain of our Machine The Microcontroller or MCU is going to be the key component in all of our projects, it’s the brain of our machine and controls how the device works. In this post I’ll be providing information on which MCU we’ll be using, basic hardware and software requirements and most importantly where […]
Building Blocks We’re fortunate to live in an era where technology is cheap and access to information is easy. With a little bit of search engine sleuthing and a few clicks of a shopping cart, the average home user can build complex mechanisms with a modicum of effort. This blog focuses on how certain pieces […]
There have been a lot of requests from our customers for us to produce a caddy or some sort of device to hold our Bean Cellars. While we do have a solution in the works it’s going to take a little bit of time to bring it to you. In the meantime we’d like to […]
Here’s a sneak peek at a new product that we’ve been working on. The Group Glass is an adjustable viewing mirror used to monitor espresso shot extraction with naked portafilters. We all like to use naked portafilters to check the extraction of our shots. What no one likes is having to crouch down below the […]