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    Calling all friends of Keith Doxey

    Long time followers of this website will fondly remember Keith, many of you probably still use his Kat5 modules. Keith has had a difficult time of it on the health front this year. He's thankfully on...
  2. Thread: Fibaro HC2 query

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    Hi Ray, You should be fine to set all that up...

    Hi Ray,

    You should be fine to set all that up and test in the UK. You could even go as far as testing the radio modules, as the HC2 software now has a "relearn the Z-Wave network" option (alho...
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    Re: Caption Competition - Win Home Automation books!!

    Ah, splendid. Er, can I actually have the prize then? ;)

    ant
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    Re: Caption Competition - Win Home Automation books!!

    Keith begins to suspect he may have over-engineered the new doorbell SWMBO asked for.
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    Re: Caption Competition - Win Home Automation books!!

    Lured by the brilliant display, another unwitting victim strayed perilously close to the jaws of the Venus Geek Trap.
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    Re: Caption Competition - Win Home Automation books!!

    In high-stakes noughts and crosses a rash move can prove expensive.
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    Re: Caption Competition - Win Home Automation books!!

    Keith was not impressed by the latest Decepticon.
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    entry withdrawn

    entry withdrawn
  9. Re: Modtronix Ethernet -> (RS232 / RS485 / CAN) convertor

    Forgot to mention that these boards have ESD protection, can be programmed in-circuit, and have about 14 free IO lines (IIRC), including some analogue ones.

    The TCP/IP stack & webserver are based...
  10. Modtronix Ethernet -> (RS232 / RS485 / CAN) convertors

    Wotchamates,

    Modtronix have released an updated version of their PIC ethernet board, the SBC45. It has some slight mods to allow easier serial interfacing. Board is 10Mbps ethernet (Realtek),...
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