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callum.snowden

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Engineer of mechanical and electronic things by day, and a designer of rather amusing, rather terrible electric "vehicles" by night.

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callum.snowden

Power

1 month ago

A First Look at the Infineon EVALICB2FL03GTOBO1 Evaluation Board

Infineon controller IC provides a smart solution for driving UV-C germicidal tubes.

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callum.snowden

Raspberry Pi

2 months ago

Building the Pollen Pi: A Pollen Indicating Stack Light Display

Combining a USB controlled stack light with a Raspberry Pi and Node-RED to display the local pollen count.

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callum.snowden

Power

2 months ago

A Look at the ST 3.6kW SiC PFC Totem Pole Reference Design Board

Exploring silicon carbide MOSFET technology advantages, PFC and the STEVAL-DPSTPFC1 reference design board.

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callum.snowden

Robotics

2 months ago

Building an AI Powered Follow Trolley Part 3: Hardware Assembly & Test

Assembling the follow trolley frame, interface PCB & writing some Python to verify correct hardware operation.

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callum.snowden

Industrial Sensing

2 months ago

A Hands-On Look at the STM32 Nucleo Pack for IO-Link

An introduction to IO-Link, the STMicroelectronics evaluation kit, and an example demonstrating the interface.

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callum.snowden

Robotics

3 months ago

Building an AI Powered Follow Trolley Part 2: Hardware Design

Selecting componentry to construct the follow trolley, and planning the frame design.

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callum.snowden

Industrial Automation

4 months ago

Building a Rotary Inverter Controller with a Barth lococube mini-PLC Part 3: Final Assembly & Test

Finalising the controls & enclosure assembly, completing the wiring and undertaking an exciting first test.

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callum.snowden

Robotics

4 months ago

Building an AI Powered Follow Trolley Part 1: Getting Started

Getting set up with an Nvidia Jetson Nano and experimenting with Machine Learning to create a person following robotic trolley.

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callum.snowden

Industrial Automation

5 months ago

Building a PLCnext Controlled Can Crusher Part 3: Final Assembly & Test

Completing the wiring, implementing the PLC control logic and functional testing.

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callum.snowden

Microcontrollers

5 months ago

A Hands-On Look at the Cypress PSoC64 Standard Secure kit

A hardware introduction before setting up the development environment, and an example that provides seamless Amazon Web Services integration.

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callum.snowden

Industrial Automation

6 months ago

Building a PLCnext Controlled Can Crusher Part 2: Initial Assembly

In part 2 of this post, we will follow the assembly of the mechanical parts of the system, checking the component fit, making adjustments and planning the wiring.

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callum.snowden

Industrial Automation

6 months ago

Building a Rotary Inverter Controller with a Barth lococube mini-PLC Part 2: The Assembly

Assembling the control system and enclosure for a vintage aircraft rotary inverter.

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