mindThomas

Member Since: November 11, 2008

Country: United States

  • Just exactly regarding Balancing robots, have you seen the projects and research we have been doing on this field with Arduinos, which have now evolved to the project called “Balanduino” See more ion how the project started and how to build your own here: http://blog.tkjelectronics.dk/2012/03/the-balancing-robot/ Or read more about the Balanduino here: http://www.balanduino.com

  • Great to see that you have brought this board into your shop :-)

    I just stumbled upon a tiny typo in the description though: “beings a few other features to the table as well” I guess it should be: “brings a few other features to the table as well”

  • I just got this platform but one of the motors is VERY noisy, like a scratching sound. I guess it comes from the gearing itself and I am unsure if it will affect the performance? All the 3 other motors sounds fine. What can I do?

  • When will you get this in stock again? Any expected delivery date?

  • We from TKJ Electronics are ready to help heating up your systems. Regards from Denmark

  • The DS1052E/1102E are almost identical with this one. The only difference is a slightly change in the button colors and rounded corners, while the software/interface is the same.
    I’ve got the DS1052E and I can only recommend it as a beginner or hobby use. This can definitely also be used for more professional measures, like FPGA signal integrity checking and rising/falling times.
    At all, it’s a great scope with a nice price.

  • As an alternative to this board there is also the LPCxxxx STAMP board series from MCUZone.
    Take a look at the following review of their LPC1766 and LPC2368 board: http://blog.tkjelectronics.dk/2010/12/lpc1766-lpc2368-stamp-boards/

  • There are also one in Aarhus called “Hack Aarhus” or “Open Space Aarhus”.
    I am also trying to start one here in Holstebro (DK too), and I might be able to get some funds from the government to rent the rooms and buy some of the equipment.
    Best Regards
    Thomas Jespersen
    TKJ Electronics

  • Yeah it’s awesome, especially when you live in Denmark…
    Though sometimes I would like to live in the US or Canada :)

  • Great board!
    I’ve made an Eagle Libary of this board, to use this evaluation board, connected to my own PCB via two female-headers!

No public wish lists :(