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Automotive Data Logger, DAQPac

March 11, 2013 By: admin Category: Automotive, Interfacing, Microcontroller No Comments →

automotive data logger

DAQPac is parallax propeller-based automotive data logger designed for motorsports enthusiasts. It has all the features necessary for a driver to improve both their skill and vehicle performance. DAQPac was the result of two prior prototypes, each one evaluating the hardware for function at a reasonable cost. The end result is a well-balanced system, able […]

MicroMedic Embedded Design Contest 2013

February 04, 2013 By: admin Category: Miscellaneous, News No Comments →

embedded design contest 2013

Here is new Embedded Design Contest for 2013, microMedic Design Contest, held by Parallax, U.S. Army Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) Carnegie Mellon Entertainment Technology Center. It’s good opportunity for you to help others through your medical application invention using microcontrollers and sensors. In this contest, inventors and students will create medical applications […]


Sand Blast Controller

November 06, 2011 By: admin Category: Control, Microcontroller, Project No Comments →

Sand Silo Tracker

The project built to solve product tracking problem for the Sand Silo, which holds 50,000 Pounds of Sand. It uses BASIC Stamp board for easy development, 4 Line LCD Display, and DS1302 IC Timer. The program will display elapsed timer to LCD – how much sand was left in the Silo at any point in […]

Liquid Filler Machine

November 04, 2011 By: admin Category: Control, Microcontroller, Miscellaneous, Project No Comments →

Liquid Filler Controller

This automatic liquid filler machine uses pneumatic system operation to measure liquids like paint. It uses BASIC Stamp to control a Load Cell based digital weigh scale indicator with 2 set points. When the user places a container on the weigh-pan, a valve opens and product begins to flow. When the container has reached its […]