Totem Mini Lab – testing the Side Panel 1 The Side Panel 1 is powered from the Mini Lab board, using both its 3,3 Volt and the 5 Volt connections. NOTE: it is very important to set the Side Panel 1
Totem Mini Lab – Side Panel 1 I suppose in thanks for my review and for making contact between the Totem team and a Dutch distributor, they decided to send me a pre-production version of their Side Panel 1. Functions
Totem Mini Lab – first review A couple of weeks ago I came across the site of Totem. They make interesting stuff! Amongst other things they produce what they call a “Totem mini Lab” (see picture on the right, click
Totem Mini Lab Testing – feedback I sent my test results to the Totemmakers team and they responded to my findings. Voltage measurements The voltage measurement is about 40-50 milliVolts of in idle mode. Their response: “To test if 0.5V input channel is
Totem Makers – frame for Raspberry Pi Done testing, tonight I decided to make a frame for my Raspberry Pi 3 B with touchscreen. It was inconveniently laying on my desk, leaning on some awkward extenders; flimsy at best. I
‘Lab’ description I made a new description of my electronics lab (or workbench) and the equipment and tools that I use here. I’ve tried to do so in categories. The most elementary tools and equipment has been described.
There’s no standard like your own standard Because more than one person can be working on the program of a MINDSTORMS robot at our school, International School Eerde, I devised a standard that every robot builder has to adhere to.
Real robots don’t drive straight This is the title of a publication by Fred G. Martin of the Computer Science department of the University of Massachusetts in Lowell. Basically, what he is trying to tell us is that sometimes we
Combining IoT and EV3 Been busy today, installing ev3dev on two of my MINDSTORMS bricks, these two are Neo and Morpheus. ev3dev is a Debian variant of the Linux Operating System. After successfully installing ev3dev I also installed the python
Installing DietPi on my Pi Zero’s Today I had a field day installing DietPi Linux on my Raspberry Pi Zero W’s. Start out on the Pi Zero got file DietPi_RPi-armv6-(Jessie).7z from this page unzipped it using UnArchiver on MacOS burned