Eliminating cable spaghetti from the work space is a big priority for anyone using switches. Switching without cables lets people work more freely in a less cluttered way. That’s the constant message we hear wherever we go.
So, what have we done to help get rid of the cable spaghetti?
We have built an 8-channel wireless switching system. It’s not yet ready for launch but it is close.
I’ll describe how it works and what we plan to do with it over the next few weeks once we’ve signed-off the development of the Domino programmable infra-red handsets. We expect to move Domino and Domino-EPG to commercial status in August and that will give us the opportunity to go full blast on this.
As we started to build the switch system we realised we needed some very specialised hardware and software expertise – enter Evan.
I asked Evan to describe in his own words his interests and what he does. These are his words:
I’ve been into electronics for many years and have been working with PIC microcontrollers for much of that time: I enjoy the combination of hardware and software. Though, like any geek I’ve got quite a backlog of unfinished personal projects, I’ve found time to do a number of freelance PIC programming projects, such as the one for the new 8-channel wireless switch system for Mark and Mike.
I’m presently pursuing a master’s degree in electrical engineering at the University of Maine. I can be contacted through my web site at: http://eegeek.net
Contact Evan directly through his web site if you would like to discuss a project.