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At SuperLab.TV we design and build Advanced Learning Platforms.  Our platforms include open source instructions and are constructed using a vertical design requiring minimal space.  Microcontrollers and sensors are layered upon clear removable shelves for easy access, visibility and are interchangeable between models. Here are some of our current models...

SLTV MODEL 1 - Vibration Monitoring

        

SLTV MODEL 1 (Close-up)

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The SLTV Model 1 focuses on vibration sensors. This unit incorporates an Arduino cellphone shield, accelerometer, geophone and an electric guitar pickup to demonstrate real time vibration monitoring with a graphical LCD (GLCD) and data logging to an SD card. Click image above to see build instructions and start building yours!

SLTV MODEL 2 - Temperature Monitoring

        

MODEL 3 - Centrifugal Fusion Experiment

Model 2


WARNING: The SLTV Model 3 is still experimental and extremely dangerous. This video and related test results are shared for the purpose of generating a theoretical discussion.

The purpose of the SLTV Model 3 is to re-create the same conditions in the lab that propellors experience when cavitation and fusion cause propellor blades to melt.

The SLTV Model 2 focuses on temperature sensors. At the core of the Model 2 is a Raspberry Pi submerged in mineral oil. An ioBridge web gateway and two temperature probe widgets post real-time chart readings of the oil and room temperature for comparison. Directly above the oil chamber is an air pump which, when triggered, pumps air into the oil. This causes the oil temperature in the chamber to drop approximately 3 degrees within a few seconds. The air pump can also be manually triggered using the ioBridge iPhone application remotely.
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