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- JeeLabs Café (Member, 2012-12-04)
- Still have the book "microcomputers from A.J.Dirksen" second edition april 1979
All about programming 8080 processor...
- 22:06 JeeLabs Café Support: RE: 8 output and 2 input
- If you need "potential free" contacts, perhaps an i2c relay board with 8 relay's? (depending on the requirements)
- 13:49 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Wireless Door sensor
For a doorsensor the WAF (Wife Approval Factor) is very important, and my home-brew solutions did not pass WA...
- 12:42 JeeLabs Café General: RE: Wireless Door sensor
- Just received a wireless doorsensor based on the EV-1527 chip and it works (+/-)
When the magnet is removed from th...
Anyone experiences with low cost wireless doorsensors? I have several jeenodes all sending packets to each other...
- 20:57 JeeLabs Café Weblog: RE: rsync like time machine
- I have a small server with ZFS, using snapshots (quaterly, hourly, daily and monthly). Besides snapshots I use back...
A few nights ago my smoke detector made is very clear to me that the battery should be replaced. (there was no f...
- 09:05 JeeLabs Café General: RE: P1 Smart Meter
- We don’t have a mechanical counter anymore, it is just the Landis+Gyr G350 .
I think the meter uses the Wireless M-Bu...
- 17:56 JeeLabs Café General: RE: P1 Smart Meter
- Thanks for the suggestion, I will give it a try this weekend/
Any idea why the smartmeter uses such a...
- Hi, I received a “dutch”smart meter last week. The smartmeter is a meter with a P1 port running at 115200 (8bits) Wit...
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