Category Archives: Electronics

Writing to internal FLASH on Arduino

History In LCD88 I use internal flash as storage for model definitions. Of course, these should be editable without reflashing all firmware:-) On AVR chips writing to flash is only possible from bootloader section, so I needed such feature in … Continue reading

Christmas tree lamps with Arduino and WS2811 leds :-)

Somewhere at the beginning of November I discovered RGB LEDs with embedded controller: WS2812 and others. Idea was so cool for me that I had to own one to play with it 🙂 These chips became so common, that there … Continue reading

Soldering AWG10 wire to XT60 connector

If you need more flight time, more battery capacity helps (to some extent) 🙂 But most batteries are designed for very high current, wires and connectors are also choosen for this purpose. It’s sometimes a problem. I use in my … Continue reading

LCD88 – going public :-)

Last days I was learning how to use git instead of svn 🙂 I think it was worth to migrate LCD88 code from my personal repository to more public place, Github! So, any further development will be there, I hope … Continue reading

XEBOOT – tiny Amega8 xmodem bootloader

Story Few years ago I was working on some commercial device based on Atmega8. One of features was to deliver device with some software, but it should’ve been ready for further firmware updates by customer as well. Burning some ready-made … Continue reading