Monthly Archives: November 2012

Debugging the garage door remote

A while ago I built a little remote to open my garage door (well, not actually my¬†garage door but the one of the house I live in, but who cares). But the greedy kid I am, I wasn’t satisfied with … Continue reading

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Building Arduino Sketches without the IDE

I really love the Arduino, because after all it was what started all this. The one thing I don’t like is the IDE that comes with it. It’s not the IDE’s fault, It’s just that I’m a console guy and … Continue reading

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Smartmeter III – blinking LEDs

This is a short one. At least compared to the usual walls of text I post. Due to the nature of my water heater (a continuous-flow-type), it’s power consumption is highly dependent on the water pressure and flow-speed. The more … Continue reading

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Smartmeter revisited

Einstein once said that only two things were infinite: The universe and human stupidity. The former even he wasn’t sure about, and the latter I found out the hard way. But I’ll start from the top: I’ve had my smartmeter¬†running … Continue reading

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