One of the most important, yet most overlooked, aspect of building a project is designing a method of giving it power. Power sources like batteries and AC adapters are only half of the answer, you still need to provide logic-level voltages to safely power your devices.
In this article we will look at several methods of providing safe regulated power for your electronic designs.
Here’s a quick tip for soldering a 40-pin GPIO connector to a Raspberry Pi Zero or Zero W. While it’s not a difficult solder job the problem many folks have is getting everything aligned and held together while you do the soldering.
In this article I’ll show you a trick I use to make this job a lot easier. And unlike some other methods this one won’t sacrifice a solderless breadboard
So warm up the soldering iron and get ready to add a GPIO header to your Pi Zero!
Welcome to the Workshop!
The DroneBot Workshop website will be undergoing a “facelift’ and getting some exciting new features.
These changes will be done over a period of several days. During this time the website will be operational but some features or pages may be temporarily unavailable.
I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Hopefully, these changes will make the site an even more useful resource for you.
I would be interested in getting your feedback on the website once these updates are completed.