## Reflow Toaster Oven Vid 7: Power System

Here I discuss the power system I used for this project. It’s pretty simple and short.

## Reflow Toaster Oven Vid 6: Integer Division and Main State Machine

This will be a quick write-up about how I did my integer division by 10 and a brief discussion of the main state machine that runs the overall 140-170-215 thermal profile.

## Reflow Toaster Oven Vid 5: ADC10 ISR

This (ADC10 interrupt service routine) is one of the most confusing sections. Here, I sample and do most of the math and averaging calculations regarding room temperature and thermal couple temperature.

## Reflow Toaster Oven Vid 3: MSP430 configuration

In this part I go over the MSP430 configuration for this project…ex: clocks, timers, ADC10, etc…

## Reflow Toaster Oven Vid4 – Temp. Control and Comm. links

Here I discuss the details of me temperature control algorithm as well as some simple interrupt service routines I use to run my communication links (comm. links back to the GUI).

## Reflow Toaster Oven Vid2 – Demonstration

Here is the system demonstration. There isn’t really much to discuss in text because the video does a much better job of showing this setup in action. The profile I’ve developed is a ramp to 140 degrees C with a …

## Toaster Oven Vid1 Introduction

In this project I took a standard toaster and turned it into a reflow oven. This is the introduction video discussing the system and it’s main parts. As discussed in the video, there are four main parts. The first is …

## FPGA Python GUI

LED array control Here is an example video of a simple GUI developed for an embedded FPGA system. This is a small scale interface, developed in a short period of time from the ground up, showing a few features and …

## Intro: Object Oriented Programming in python

This is a quick introduction to OOP and inheritance in python. A class is a container of attributes (can think of as variables) and methods (functions). Classes allow us to define a container that can consists of data and functions. …

## First program

This is a short write up of how to create an actual python program file instead of typing commands into IDLE’s command prompt.