Tag Archives: arduino

Kegerator with Arduino-Based Beer Level Indicators

Andrew  of Andrew’s Telephony/IT Blog came up with a fascinating project where he built a 3-tap kegerator out of a 7 cu. ft. GE chest freezer, an Arduino, and a variety of flow rate sensors to display exactly how much beer is … Continue reading

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Hey, I Won Something. [Basic Micro ATOM Nano Development Board]

I read too much of the Internet every day, but it’s finally paid off. I happened to catch a post on Hack-a-Day about an awesome giveaway right as it was posted for a microcontroller development board. An interesting one, too … Continue reading

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Project Idea: Digital Vacuum Tube Tester

I’m in the early stages of brainstorming another project idea that will combine vacuum tubes with modern microelectronics in a useful and innovative way: a computerized vacuum tube tester. Tube testers themselves aren’t very complicated devices – the simple ones, … Continue reading

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