As you see the header of my blog the motto is “Linux TCP/IP, GreenIT and more…” this one will be about Linux and make it more greener
I will present you some ways to make your BeagleBone more efficient but still powerful.
Official and out of production BeagleBone Continue reading ‘BeagleBone optimize power consumption’
The speed of the sound in the dry air (20° C) is around 343 m/s. Send a short ultrasonic pulse at Frequency of 40Khz in the air, and try to listen to the echo. Of course you won’t hear anything (only a little click noise), but with an ultrasonic sensor the back pulse can be detected. If you know the time of the forth & back travel of the ultrasonic wave, you know the distance, divide the distance by two and you know the range from the ultrasonic sensor to the first obstacle in front of it.
Continue reading ‘Arduino SRF08′
The BeagleBone is the low-cost, high-expansion hardware-hacker focused BeagleBoard. It is a bare-bones BeagleBoard that acts as a USB or Ethernet connected expansion.
BeagleBone brings full-featured Linux to places it has never gone before.
Delicious facts about BeagleBone
AM3359 Processor btw. this is the Datasheet Continue reading ‘Introducing the BeagleBone’
A new topic about about alternative power sources for the arduino board (in my case arduino duemilanove version).
For measurements and experimentations outdoor or while you sitting in the train and wasting your time, you could use a alternative power source for the tiny programmable monster.
Alternative power source I – battery’s/rechargeable batteries
You can Continue reading ‘Getting started with arduino Part V’
You now this click clack noises for exmple from your car if you want to turn right or left, yes right I mean relay. This will be the stuff that describe in this post, controlling circuits with a relay.
I used the following relay in my examples: Continue reading ‘Getting started with arduino Part IV’