Two years ago I published post about Remote controller with PCA9535. This device was not without some disadvantages, of course. Some of them: not accurate board outline, IQRF module orientation, through-hole push buttons. Now I have finished new version with some improvements, which replaces disadvantages mentioned above.
One of site members, Martin Strouhal, wrote: Today I prepared for you example, how to use DDC with relays connected to DK-EVAL. One of my friends asked me for a sample how relays are working. I choose for this demonstration connect to relay LED diode and simulating e.g. street light. However, my fantasy was working farther and I’ve got an idea when I was looking for LED diode and by the way found RGB LED too. It was good change how to show simulated traffic lights for walkers and demonstrate controlling of color states by switching of different branches instead of simple switching on/off.
This article describes simple wireless Dallas one-wire device ROM reader. It is intended as a base code for some more sophisticated access control system. We try some kind of access system in followings articles. Now, we are going to read 1-wire ROM code.
A week ago, I posted some news about DPA Terminal. I promised, that I will add control capability for all main constructions from this site. A few days ago, I added Relay Board control capability. I had to change source code of Relay Board, but I think, the result is worth to it. Let’s see inside.
This post describes simple RFID reader with wireless transmission to the PC. There is used Wiegand26 protocol for communication between TR-52DA and IQRF reader. This construction would be useful for installations on places, where you are not allowed to use additional cabling.
Two months ago, I published post about Small Relay Box II. There was full design of small DCTR-driven Relay box. A week ago, I assembled the first piece of PCB and I discovered two bugs (one HW – wrong NC a NO contact description on silkscreen layer and one SW – wrong relay pin mapping).