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Elektronik Lagerverwaltung. EleLa - Allgemeine Infos[Bearbeiten] EleLa die Elektronik Lagerverwaltung für Hobby bis hin zu kleinen Unternehmen. Die Software arbeitet sehr schnell und ist leicht bedienbar. Selbst ungeübte PC-User finden sich damit schnell zurecht und EleLa ist dennoch ein mächtiges Tool das viele andere in den Schatten stellt. Bauteile, mit Gehäuse/Varianten, Lagerplätze Typunterscheidung / Kategorien Definition Bauteil als "Bauteil", "Arbeitszeit" oder "Kleinmaterial" mit jeweils unterschiedlicher Behandlung für Projektplanung und Mengen Berechnung Handbuch-Funktion um Datenblätter schneller zu finden Gehäuse, mit Import/Export Funktion für externe Gehäusebibliotheken Lagerplätze, Kisten, Boxen usw.

Download[Bearbeiten] Version 2.2.13924, als Setup Paket (ca. 8,2MB) (die aktuellste gibt es immer auf der Homepage vom Autor) Alternativ kann die Software auch von der Homepage des Autors geladen werden. Installation Setup-Paket: Wenn man eine Datenbank, z.B. Hier ein Auszug daraus: EleLa - Test PHP DB [mysqlsvr38.world4you.com.1863730db8]    V 2.0.12419. Neoprene Bend Sensor IMPROVED. Better results and slimmer design, this Instructable improves on the previously posted Fabric Bend Sensor. Previous Instructable >> Fabric Bend Sensor Using neoprene, Velostat, conductive thread and stretch conductive fabric to sew your own fabric bend sensor.

The sensor actually reacts (decreases in resistance) to pressure, not specifically to bend. But because it is sandwiched between two layers of neoprene, pressure is exerted while bending. Allowing one to measure bend (angle) via pressure. To make the sensor fully fabric one can use EeonTex conductive textile (www.eeonyx.com) instead of the plastic Velostat. VIDEO To prove the competitiveness of this sensor vs. a commercial bend sensor I made a short video in which Sheep demonstrates their similarities. Turn a pencil drawing into a capacitive sensor for Arduino. Heat-Seeking Desk Fan (using Arduino) Summary: The following is a step by step guide on how to make a Heat-Seeking Desk Fan from an Arduino microcontroller, a computer fan, a servo, and an infrared temperature sensor. The device scans the room periodically, automatically pointing itself in the hottest direction (ideally towards a person). This is a working proof-of-concept model, but it could be easily scaled up should the investment seem worthwhile.

I built this as a project for a college electronics course and had originally planned to include a clap sensor to activate the scan, but didn't have enough time or money. I'll provide an update should I decide to add it in the future. The concept, design, and code is mine, except for the temp sensor communication code submitted by Sensorjunkie. Cost: $70 (including Arduino Uno) Difficulty: Basic Arduino experience is essential. Video: Temperature-Sensitive Infinity Mirror. As per an assignment in my digital multi-media class, I’ve combined two Arduino-related tutorials into a functional object!

The result is a pair of infinity mirrors that flash red and blue depending on minute fluctuations in ambient temperature. This is my first experience with Arduino, and my first attempt at building an electronic device from scratch—that is to say, there’s lots of rough edges and things I’d do differently if I were to approach this project again, but overall I’m happy with the outcome and think it looks hella sweet on my desk at home. I would recommend reading the following three tutorials before you begin, as this one relies heavily on all of them. . - Very thorough description of infinity mirror construction and the electronic components necessary to make the LED strips function.

Material List - 2’ x 4’ sheet of ¼” whitewood board. Lunar Phase Clock. Budding astronomer? Recently bitten by a werewolf? Whatever your lunar-phase-knowing needs, the Lunar Phase Clock has you covered! If you're interested in getting started on the build, move on over to the next step. Here we'll talk about the astronomy behind the project. So what are the phases of the Moon? Just as the Earth orbits the Sun, so too the Moon orbits the Earth. The Moon is tidally locked to the Earth, which means that because the Moon completes its own rotation in the same time it take to orbit around the Earth, we always see the same side of the Moon.

Phone Controlled Mood Lighting.