Purpose: EExtractor is an Arduino-compatible Shield that allows a user to dump (or download) the contents of a ROM chip (ROM, PROM, EPROM, EEPROM, etc).
I have managed to unbrick a D-Link DIR-615 Rev A1 back to D-Link firmware (1.00) from firmware 1.10. Allow me to describe the situation:
I recently encountered a situation while loading firmware into an Actiontec MI424-WR router, when I found myself without a bootable firmware, and the OpenRG bootloader would vehemently refuse to load .rmt files.
In my most recent thrift store jackpot, I found (among other things) a DIR-615 Rev C1.
Some relevant linkage:
The DFRobot LCD Keypad Shield is found at DFRobot.com and various other retailers (Robotshop, etc)
To use this shield with the LiquidCrystal library, use this define:
Conversing with your Laser Printer:(See disclaimer below)
To extract information from your printer in PJL telnet to its IP address, port 9100 (or by serial, see below), and send it these commands:
Then copy and paste the following commands:
This is gRover, the Grove-Platform Rover; it is a general, all-purpose rover for house exploration.
This page is a bit of a mess, I'll admit. The PDF file attached is much neater and contains much more information about the project than this page's text does. For more pictures, see the gRover Flickr Photoset. This rover build uses parts graciously provided by Seeed Studio.
The Kenwood KDC-MP528 has the following goodies inside:
I recently purchased this Commodore 64 on eBay in a bit of Retro nostalgia. Bring on the C= hacking!
This is a 4-cell battery; before opening it up, I was under the impression that it was a 3-cell.
The charge controller circuit board has "LIP8198" and "1-867-277-11" markings in the silkscreen, along with a strip of Kapton tape over the top of the PCB.