The Hitachi Electric Screwdriver:
The Signal Path
David looks at the pins on the Padauk PMS150 programmer for potential reverse engineering.
TLDR; It doesn’t look easy to reverse engineer this protocol, it’s messy with lots of voltage levels, as Padauk said it would be.
Just buy the programmer for now!
There is also a Flash/EEPROM re-programmable version of the chip, Continue reading EEVblog #1144 – Padauk Programmer Reverse Engineering
In this episode Shahriar demonstrates the capabilities of a Waveshare 7.5-Inch tricolor e-Paper display. By combining the display with a Raspberry Pi Zero, the SPI interface of the mini-computer can be used to program and configure the e-Paper display using Python scripts. Furthermore, the Python script takes advantage of the Continue reading TSP #136 – Tutorial on Programming a Waveshare 7.5-Inch Multi-Color e-Paper Display & Info-Frame
Another restoration adventure! Back to 1939 we go. This is the Supreme Vedolyzer model 560-A, a piece of “High Tech” test equipment used to repair radios, TV’s and other electronic equipment. Lets bring this back to life! This is Part 1 of the restoration process, when Part 2 is complete, Continue reading Electronic Restoration- The Supreme Vedolyzer! 1939 (Part 1)
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