Our New Year’s guide to hacker-friendly single board computers turned up 90 boards, ranging from powerful media playing rigs to power-sipping IoT platforms.
Community backed, open spec single board computers running Linux and Android sit at the intersection between the commercial embedded market and the open source maker community. Hacker boards also play a key role in developing the Internet of Things devices that will increasingly dominate our technology economy in the coming years, from home automation devices to industrial equipment to drones.
An AC power control system powered by #ESP8266 micro-controller, a relay module and a AC relay for monitoring state of the controlled circuit. Done in #EagleCAD on my Linux Mint machine. Will do write up next week.