Tag Archives: MIPS

Measuring the Water-Level of a Cistern

To measure the water level of our cistern, I started to build a little cistern monitor based on a hacked TP-Link MR3020 router running OpenWrt and a SRF05 ultra sonic range finder. The software project mainly consists of a kernel module and a web service to access the data through a simple web-ui or by […]

Carambola on Wheels

I lately took my Carambola an put it on a DFRobot 4WD mobile platform. Then, I connected a Logitech C270 HD web-cam which connects to the Carambolas USB port. By configuring “mjpeg_streamer” like described in the Carambola Wiki, streaming live video over the Carambolas WiFi then is just a peace of cake :-). For operating […]

Hallo Carambola

Today I got my Carambola boards (thank you Matze). The Carambola is a MIPS based SoC from 8devices. It uses the Ralink RT3050 which includes a high performance 320MHz MIPS24KEc CPU core, 8 MB Flash and 32 MB RAM. The device also provides two Ethernet ports and w a 802.11bgn radio. And best of it all: it is […]