Category Archives: Computer

DSMR-logger V4 (Slimme Meter uitlezer)

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In augustus 2018 publiceerde ik een project voor het uitlezen van de Slimme Meter.

Aan de hand van de vele reacties van de mensen die het project hebben nagebouwd en mijn eigen ervaring met versie 3 van de DSMR-logger vond ik het tijd worden om een nieuwe versie van de hardware en de firmware te ontwikkelen.… Read the rest

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1of! Platform for developing ESP8266 devices

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Developing hardware almost always run through the same stages:

  • It starts with an idea
  • You design a concept on paper or in your head
  • Using a solder-less breadboard you connect parts to see that it works as you hoped it
    would
  • Depending on the number of units you need, you either design a PCB or you copy the
    breadboard schematic to an experiment board
  • Task fulfilled!
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Slimme Meter uitlezer

Ontwerp en bouw van een Slimme Meter uitlezer DSMRlogger. Zowel de hardware als ook de software wordt beschreven.
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Eenvoudige Programmer voor de ESP-01 (ESP8266)

Simpel en goedkope manier om ESP-01 te programmeren
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Solid State Tape Device for the (micro)KIM

Design of a Solid State Cassette Tape Device voor de KIM-1 and microKIM
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BeeHave – a beehive data logger

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A friend of my keeps bees as a hobby. I’m not fond of flying, stinging insects, but because he was so enthusiastic my partner and I went to visit an apiary in the ‘Corversbos’ in Hilversum and it was nice.… Read the rest

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Shutdown Headless Raspberry Pi (English)




A modern operating system does not like being turned off on a dime, that is to say, being turned off before being shut down. For computers with a graphic interface this is as easy as pressing the right button. However, if a computer doesn’t have a screen or a mouse, like a Raspberry Pi (RPi) working as a server hidden away in a dark corner, this offers some difficulty.… Read the rest

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