Update: Pings 1.2

Category : PC, Windows

A simple and easy to use network ping software, 100% freeware!

Simply add hosts into a list, and the program will ping each host, great for monitoring several hosts. You can also adjust max delay time before a host is considered as down, also increase or decrease ping interval.

News in 1.2:

– New: File, New option.
– New: Shows average delay.
– New: Uptime in percentage.
– New: Option to remove host after specified failed pings.
– Bugfix: duplicate ip possible.
– Bugfix: Several small adjustments & bugfixes.

DOWNLOAD Pings 1.2

Pings 1.1 Network Pinger

Category : Windows

A simple and easy to use network ping software, 100% freeware!

Simply add hosts into a list, and the program will ping each host, great for monitoring several hosts. You can also adjust max delay time before a host is considered as down, also increase or decrease ping interval.

Update: Pings 1.1 is done, changelog from 1.0:

– Stability issues fixed
– Major improvement in performance (Asynchronous ping)
– Ability to run on Synchronized pings too
– Save & Open your hosts list
– GUI rework
– Always on top option
– Color themes

Download Pings 1.1

My Arduino Robots

Category : Arduino, Electronics

Thought I write some about my two robot projects! They both use a Modified Pico, since it’s the smallest Arduino I’ve found. And it also fits on a small breadboard!

Botty 2:

This is the most advanced robot I’ve built, but it’s not nearly finished.

It’s current task is to drive straight forward until it senses a object with it’s IR-sensor, then drive away from it until it’s cleared, and continue in that direction. Really simple šŸ˜›

It uses a Sharp-IR sensor, mounted ontop of a servo, so it scans the horizon while driving forward. The sonar in the picture isn’t in use, since I actually like the IR sensor better.

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BewBit:

Simple and yet fun to make arduino bot. Just follows the strongest light source. Using two LDRs, a modified pico and 1xAA and 2xAA battery packs, to give out 4,5 volts. Just enough to power theSN754410 and motors. But it gets around. It also includes a low-voltage alarm, which beeps when the voltage goes low.

Had a little accident, it drove over a carpet, or it came about 30cm into it and some funny gear-whining noise came šŸ˜› A lot of hair in the gearbox, had to take it apart and clean it.

Future plans:

* Crash sensor, a small micro switch in front.
* Speaker, plays sound according to light source šŸ˜›
* Better code

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