STM32-Based Programmable Hand Tools

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STM32-Based Programmable Hand Tools

Post by Squonk42 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:14 am

Although not exactly related to Arduino on STM32, there have been a lot of recent blogs on HackaDay covering STM32-based (open-source) hand tools: Original TS100 English Manual is here, schematic diagram is here, and original source code here.
Putting an alternative firmware in the TS100 soldering iron is described in French here, and the corresponding STM32 source repo is here.

Converting the TS100 soldering iron into an oscilloscope is covered here, source repo is here.

The ES120 screwdriver source code can be found here.

These tool scan be found on BangGood: ... 84214.html ... 60943.html

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Re: STM32-Based Programmable Hand Tools

Post by dannyf » Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:04 am

I like the ability to turn a solder station into a scope.

If it can be turned into a signal generator or logic analyzer or a data logger, it would even be better.

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