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  • NameOHH Beginner's Guide
  • Bykurt
  • A simple guide to help you along your way to posting your first project to the Open Hardware Hub.
  • NameSimple DC Dummy Load
  • Bymadworm
  • This is a simple constant current sink. It can be used to simulate a DC load. Need for it had arisen as I acquired a couple of cheap DC-DC converters and needed a way to test them, to see if they really put out the amount of current as advertised. Some of the specs: 20V, 5A, 20W continuous dissi...
  • NameMood light coaster
  • Bymadworm
  • What to do with old AA batteries? Throw them away with still some juice in them? No! Get a small and pretty efficient boost-converter module and suck them dry completely. Depending on the remaining charge, you may still get a couple of minutes or even hours out of them. Throw in a couple of funk...
  • Name8bit bus monitor
  • Bydilshan
  • This is an AT89S2051 base 8bit bus monitoring utility. This module indicate bus values and notify value changes by a beep. This utility is design to work with any 5V compatible TTL/CMOS - data/address buses. This device is useful for digital electronic designs and troubleshootings.
  • Bymadworm
  • I've updated an old design of an 8-RGB-LED ring with dedicated constant current LED drivers and better firmware implementing Binary Code Modulation (BCM), which provides 6-bit depth per color and low cpu utilization and individual control of the LEDs with double buffering. Oh, and it's darn bright!