p-DRP-0057 is a telemetry and monitoring system for remote control model, a scaled down derivative embedded software development from our core business project on telemetry. (Hey, there is always time for play!!!) The system features a micro-controller driven telemetry and sensing module installed on the model, the module relays data captured (includes RC signal to servos and various on-board sensors.) to a Windows console running Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10.
A recent wireless sensor network project has prompted the tech dept. to build a handy sensors platform. We snapped a couple of photos of the product and posted in our photo journal gallery. Here we are writing a blog about it, let’s examine it closer!
Here is an external drive case (Used to be an external DLT tape backup unit). Backup drive mechanism was long gone but the enclosure caught our attention as it features a 110~240V power supply with 12V and 5V output railings.
Exciting day today, we are heading downtown for a 3D printer certification course!
This 3D printer certification course is offered by the Digital Innovation Hubs at the Toronto Reference Library. After a month long wait list, it is our turn to get trained! As an additional note, you will need this certification course in order to use the 3D printing facility at the Digital Innovation Hubs.
We arrived Toronto Reference Library half an hour earlier, having a chance to mingle with classmates is a good start. Since this is a beginner/introduction course, we expect most of us will be newbies but not quite so. While waiting to enter the training room, a few of us already started some discussions on plastic material selection, product hardness and workability of the model. Wow, this is intense.
Welcome to our 2nd blog on Amateur Radio Operator Certificate, click here to start from beginning. At this point, we followed the “Getting Started” guide from Amateur Radio of Canada, we also downloaded and read RIC-3.