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Electric imp-controlled 120VAC relay switcher

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

An  electric imp-controlled 120Vac relay switcher project by Dillon Nichols:  I updated my old GitHub project, Elec-Imp-Relay, to include my new code for the web app and electric imp files. The main index.html page is very basic and uses Google's Web Starter Kit as the basis. Lines 9-13 allow the web app...

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Electric Imp – Weather display

Monday, August 4th, 2014

Wardy posted his simple weather forecast display: Found a much better use for the 2049 board - a simple, cheap weather forecast display... This picture shows an Electric Imp device delivering a 4x4 pixel image to the 2049 board from a server on the west coast of the USA... The 4x4...

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Simple electric imp temperature logger

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

Marcus Olsson of Slickstreamer made this simple electric imp temperature logger with 3D printed case: I build this temperature logger for my father as a christmas present so he can use his phone to view the temperature at home. The device is build from a electric imp, TMP102 temperature sensor, battery...

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electric imp-Controlled 120VAC relay switcher

Friday, January 31st, 2014

Dillon Nichols blog about his electric imp-Controlled 120Vac relay switcher build:     I bought an electric imp about a year and a half ago when they were released. I loved it's simplicity and made a few temporary projects involving it but wanted to keep it for something more advanced. After all...

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Tweeting cat door

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Let your cats be part of the social media explosion! The tweeting cat door project tweets a message every time a cat passes through the door. The project is based around the Electric Imp which is a Cortex M3 processor and a WiFi transmitter packed into an SD card. A...

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Recent Comments

  • Pekka Akselin: This is ridiculous!? :-) We are back at 256(!) byte EPROMs that needed multiple, a handful, of voltages to run! :-(
  • KH: Let's try a back-of-envelope calc balancing energies. From MCP1700 datasheet, there are graphs for a 200mA load step. Estimate the energy shortfall as 12uJ. Say...
  • Daniel: It's been a week and my comment is still awaiting moderation. Apparently the CIA doesn't want their involvement known?
  • KH: Agree, so okay, I guess he must have learned from somewhere. 100nF and 1000uF is so far apart, that was jarring; it's more magic incantation...
  • Max: I have a suspicion the hefty electrolytic cap might be some sort of cargo cult carry-over from other RF-based projects - for instance, I've seen...