Category Archives: Circuits and Electronics
My old guitar amp doesn’t have a line in jack to allow me to mix my guitar signal with an audio source as a backing track. To remedy this, I created my own mixer. More details here: http://www.ssguitar.com/index.php?topic=4028 The short … Continue reading
I finally added a “kick stand” to the little guy. I used a brass rod, a cable clamp and two screws. All stuff I had laying around. The bar is from our bed’s headboard, our Son dismantled it when he … Continue reading
I’ve been considering removing the attached power cord from my Dean Markley K-20X amplifier and putting in its place an IEC jack with fuse. I finally did it last weekend. Not only does this allow for quick cord replacement, but … Continue reading
Motorola was a US owned company. Google bought it 2 years ago, so it was still a US based company. Now Google has sold Motorola Mobility to Lenovo, making it a Chinese company. Interestingly though, the Moto X phone is … Continue reading
Lately I’ve been thinking about doing an Arduino or similar based project. I heard about the Digispark (which is basically a mini Arduino) from AwkwardEngineer.com and was intreagued. I’m thinking of using a Digispark to drive a I2C 4×7 segment … Continue reading
I need a snap disc that would open at 95F and close at 85F for the rack at work (triggers a shutdown of all equipment in the rack at 95F). Senasys turned out to have the perfect solution. Their switches … Continue reading
This is my latest fan controller, based off a LM317 regulator. It can be adjusted from fan turn on at 64F and max speed at 131F up to turn on at 104F and max speed at 167F.