I’m Andy, just some guy down under in Australia based in the Hunter Region of NSW, I work as a photographer and in the electronics industry as a general tech head (web development, Linux administration, PCB design, etc). This blog is just a bit of personal ramblings about stuff I’m interested in.

Maybe thrown in a few tutorials of things I find useful.

You can see some of my photography work at andygock.com.au

Contact me via email: andy [at] agock [dot] com  

I’m also available to work on special odd projects if you have something interesting.

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  1. Thanks for the updated lib Andy. There was a hitch with the baudrate macros. They only round down and can produce inaccurate baudrates. As a suggestion people might use the following form:

    #define F_CPU whatever
    #define BAUD whatever
    #if USE_2X
    #define BAUD_SETTING UBRRL_VALUE + (UBRRH_VALUE << 8) + 0x8000

  2. Hi Andy. Thanks for the page with your thermocouple converter! I tried it for the first time yesterday (05-December-2017), and compared it against the NIST tables for type J and K thermocouples. it is right on so far!

    You have to be okay, because you:
    (1) Are into Arduino.
    (2) Are into Linux (viva Linus).
    (3) Take great photographs!

    When did you develop the thermocouple converter? You must do tech for employment.

  3. Hi Andy
    I am using the MAX31855 and Kta259v3 library you wrote along with RTClib and SD libraries to measure and print the temperatures to the SD card. However i am getting ‘nan’ errors. Is it related to version of the library? I am new to Arduino so cant figure out the issue.

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