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A small end table welded out of 1" steel tubing with Mexican tile top. Powdercoated finish.
This board has a GPS and 3 axis Gyro/Acellerometer to plug into a Beaglebone. The unpopulated connector at the edge of the board drives 9 hobby servos from one of the PRU's in the bbone.
This is a two channel motor driver and power supply cape for a Beaglebone board. Gets position feedback from quadrature encoders, 7 amps of drive out for 2 brushed DC motors. Top and bottom of the board shown with the heatsink for the motor drv
A rotator to point an antenna at amateur radio satellites. It is portable, in the sense that it does not have to be bolted to something. It uses two surplus elevator door motors for motion. Controlled by a home designed MC68332 board. 2009
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