I just want to say a big thank you for everyone reading my blog! Whether its my sections or tutorials that you’re reading, its great to see people with such an interest in electronics!
To my surprise (as ever… I seem to surprise myself a lot with my timing), I’m coming to the end of making my Skelecs, within my time schedule of getting back to university (Tuesday). I’ve finished all the drilling and my mums partner has my steel and my plans for where to drill the DD […]
Well! Its been a long time since my last blog post. Its been a pretty hectic year so far with work and general life. I need to start training for the various Bladesoc marathons that we have planned (Le Mans and Preston!) so I’ve not had much blog time to do general electronics! So where […]
Wooooooooo! I hope you all had a lovely new year, where ever you are in the world! Just a big thank you to all of you for helping me reach 10k views! It’s great that people are so interested in Electronics and I’m really happy that people are hopefully finding my blog useful. If you […]
In addition to my previous post about the ADXL335 accelerometer, I’ve now added some basic calibration! The datasheet for the ADXL335 (http://goo.gl/LAslK) does actually state the voltages that the accelerometer should produce with respect to the actual level of acceleration though as some may know, the value of gravity varies dependent on where about you […]
Well! I’ve had a fair few requests in the past few weeks about how I got the HMC5883L digital compass IC working with my STM32F0 discovery board (as shown in a previous post: https://hsel.co.uk/2014/05/29/hmc5883l-magnetometer/). I’m really not a fan of the I2C implementation on the STM32F0 discovery board as many things don’t seem particularly apparent at […]
Its been a long time since I last did an update about this but today was a great day for progress! I gave it a bit of a rest because my design was a bit dodgy and I forgot to bring out the SWO pin (PB3) but after more in depth research, it turns out […]