Welcome to a new voltlog, in this video I’m gonna give you guys a few updates on what’s going on. So I’ve been working on the bigclown review, I’ve built my project which is collecting data and I am visualizing the data with Grafana which is very nice but I’m gonna wait a few more days before I collect more data and then I’m going to release my review of the bigclown kit.
Welcome to a new voltlog, today we are doing an unboxing of the BigClown multi kit which comes in this rather interesting red clown suitcase. I’ve tweeted a photo about this and said that it’s one of the more interesting packaging methods I’ve seen in a while, it just looks good and it’s original.
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I haven’t done any teardown for a while so today we’re going to take a look inside the Broadlink BlackBean, model RM Mini 3.
Once again too many mail items to fit into a single video, so we have a two parts upload. In the first video I only had time to show two items the SONOFF from ITead and the SP mini from Broadlink but that is including teardowns and discussions on the internals. Surprisingly the SP mini doesn’t use the ESP8266 as expected but instead it uses the MT7681 from MediaTek.