I live in a a really nice part of San Leandro along the path of the San Leandro Creek in a cottage behind the house of my roommates. When I moved in a lot needed to be done to modernize and I took the opportunity to learn more about general construction, electrical installations, and industrial wiring concepts.
In process of wiring in some smart controls for the cottage. Everything is a 3 or 4 way switch on the control panel with sane fail-safes allowing for manual over ride. In the video you see the results of the light being turned on by the pi (analogous to Siemens HMI) in a while loop. Setting up this development interface and getting it on the network with a static address was today's progress to having a smarter shack.
Sara Ubelhart, Sole proprietor of, Zocalo coffee house roasts from an classic hand built roaster made by the San Franciscan Roaster Company. The roaster comes with , These features provide the data source for the roaster's Artisan deployment. The EPA requirement stated , "". To achieve this an additional thermocouple and current sensor was added to the afterburner.
New Orleans has been ravaged by racism and natural disaster (references). It is also a hotspot for traveling punk community and anarchists looking for a lawless place to call home. A few years ago I helped a friend upgrade their existing solar electrical wiring, and recently visited hoping to continue those efforts. No hep was needed there, but I was able to lend a hand at the other anarchist squat across town by repairing a "knicked" wire with a code-compliant J-Box. While this was not much work I did take the opportunity to audit the wiring done there by a real professional.
The wiring harness and a few attached components have been acting funny on a 88' Suzuki VS1400 Intruder I have been working on. I was able to restore
horn and turn signal functionality after replacing the entire control switch. Re-soldering the connections that had failed inside only resolved the issue for a short period.
The St. James Infirmary office at 234 Eddy St houses a number of workers, supervised programs, and clinics throughout the week. During the office peak hours the front door is staffed by a security guard and the front desk is staffed by an administrative assistant. During off-peak hours additional managed door access control functionality was needed. Viking Rugged E-30 intercoms alongside Viking SRC-1 relays were chosen as a solution to allow staff members to use the existing phone infrastructure to screen people at the front door and use a password to buzz people in.