Øyvind A. Espnes

Øyvind A. Espnes

Øyvind A. Espnes
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I confess. I have been sucked in to a home automation addiction. The next thing on my radar was to automate roller blinds. There are commercial products available but the ones I found are surprisingly expensive (about 80 - 90 USD). Since I need a bunch, it was hard to motivate the purchase (and less fun). I decided to design my own.If you like this Instructable, please vote for it in the Microcontroller contest (press Vote above)!These were my requirements: WiFi capable MQTT control (0%…

I confess. I have been sucked in to a home automation addiction. The next thing on my radar was to automate roller blinds. There are commercial products available.

[David] created a great looking e-ink WiFi display project that works a little like a network-connected picture frame with a few improvements over other similar projects. With the help of an ESP8266 ...

[David] created a great looking e-ink WiFi display project that works a little like a network-connected picture frame with a few improvements over other similar projects.

How to Run Your ESP8266 for Years on a Battery - Open Home Automation

How to Run Your for Years on a Battery - Open Home Automation

Programmable RGB Mood Light - Attiny85

Welcome to my first instructables page. A year ago I got introduced to the wonderful world of Arduino and electronics. I have learned a lot from this site and this.

ATtiny85 Programmer FRONT

Another project-a-week: programming shield

Variable Power Bench Supply

I’m starting out with a highly useful project. Realising that i need a decent power supply for my projects, and a place to work from, I looked at getting myself a bench top power supply, but …