Internet Of Things, IoT Lamp and Lighting, Projects

Designing an IoT Modular Light feat. TI

Its been a while since this project and I really havn't had the time to write a blogpost in a while. Last year, I made an IoT light for the Element14.com roadtest plus where I used a lot of technology from Texas Instruments and Wurth Electronics. TI was kind enough to showcase the build on… Continue reading Designing an IoT Modular Light feat. TI

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Air Quality Sensors, Projects, TI CC3200, Tutorials & Guides

A guide to the CC3200

Prelude The challenge is to create a system for air quality sensing which can operate without human intervention. My idea is to create a system that can measure air quality indoors and outdoors and log this data to the Sierra Wireless System. For the indoor unit, I have a CC3200 power unit which can measure… Continue reading A guide to the CC3200

Development Kits, Reviews & Teardowns

TI Fuel Tank BoosterPack & MSP430F5529 Launchpad – Review

Disclamer: I respect the work put in my every design engineer. I understand that they did the best job that they could and will learn over time. This text is in no way telling anyone that they did a bad job. I'm just suggesting changes which may or may not be practical or even usefu… Continue reading TI Fuel Tank BoosterPack & MSP430F5529 Launchpad – Review