Arduino Vacuum Gauge Display

Initial testing. Ignore the humidity sensor, that was for something else. The vacuum gauge outputs 0-10VDC. This had to be changed to a 0-5VDC range using a potential divider so it was compatible with the Arduino. Initial build used a 10k pot in place of a vacuum gauge to make it simpler. The OLED screen simply plugs in over the arduino which made for a nice compact board. A custom pcb would've looked nicer ...

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Towards a tiny pick-and-place vacuum head

I try to have a few different projects on the go at any time — a big, long term project (like the Arducorder), a shorter-term fun project (like the Open Source CT scanner), and a bunch of smaller weekend or few-weekend project (like the open mini spectrometer). Having a few projects of varying time scales allows you to switch projects when you’re burned out on one, and make more headway on creative pursuits ...

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KORG INC and Noritake Co., Limited Release Innovative Vacuum Tube: the Nutube

KORG INC and Noritake Co., Limited are proud to announce the successful development of the ground breaking technology, Nutube, a new miniaturized and high performance tube. In cooperation with Noritake Itron Corporation, KORG INC. has developed the Nutube to offer incredible reliability and efficiency while still generating the same rich harmonics which vacuum tubes are known for. The Nutube 6P1 featuring t ...

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Arduino Vacuum Gauge Display

Initial testing. Ignore the humidity sensor, that was for something else. The vacuum gauge outputs 0-10VDC. This had to be changed to a 0-5VDC range using a potential divider so it was compatible with the Arduino. Initial build used a 10k pot in place of a vacuum gauge to make it simpler. The OLED screen simply plugs in over the arduino which made for a nice compact board. A custom pcb would've looked nicer ...

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Vacuum form an Arduino

If you have access to a vacuum former, or have constructed a DIY one to use, simply vacuum form a compact case to house your standalone electronics or arduino project. I made this at techshop! www.techshop.ws Step 1: Bill of materials Material to vacuum form (acrylic, pvc, pet-g, styrene...) a mold (make one from wood, foam, rubber or whatever you want, but more easily and quickly, find a box, a tupperware, ...

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