One more hour of work to go and then today is going to be a beach day for me.
The weather is nice today and there are a lot of people out and about for the festive weekend.
Monday is a holiday so it is going to be a bit busier than normal and I want to be out there so I don’t miss a thing. I don’t like being cooped up in my flat all day when the weather is nice like it is today. I will turn my thermostat off and open my windows in the house. And speaking of thermostats, let’s talk about how those gadgets are made. A thermostat is a device that is used to control the temperature of an HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) system in a building. It is designed to measure the temperature in a space and then communicate with the HVAC system to adjust the temperature to the desired level. Here’s a brief overview of how a thermostat is made for an HVAC system: Design: The first step in creating a thermostat is to design it. This involves deciding on the physical form factor, such as the size and shape of the device, and the materials to be used in its construction. Circuit design: Once the physical design is complete, the next step is to design the circuitry that will be used to measure the temperature and communicate with the HVAC system. This typically involves selecting and integrating temperature sensors, microprocessors, and communication protocols. We will talk more on thermostats in a future article, stay tuned.