Ponderings and fiddling with Raspberry Pi tiny computers.
A few of my Raspberry PI projects have been based on Pi Zeroes put in small glass jars showing pretty LEDs. There isn't much airflow or room for cooling in there, so it's worth checking how hot they are getting.
Part of the fun of playing with Raspberry Pi Zeroes is that their tiny size means they can be fitted into an amazing variety of cases/enclosures and unusual spaces.
One of my first attempts to use the PiGlow was to give some indication of the state of a headless Pi Zero as it started up and sorted out its server processes.
My solar inverter doesn't include any external monitoring or data collection. But it does have an RS232 socket - Raspberry Pi Zero to the rescue! This is a scratch pad page for the project