I got a Mitsubishi Heat Pump, which has pretty limited thermostat options, so I decided to build my own thermostat. There’s some basic connectivity info as well as a library that talks the protocol but I couldn’t find a ton of specific information on how to make the physical connection. I used the following parts: JST PAP-05V-S housing JST SPHD-002T-P0.5 contacts Tensility 30-00394 4 stranded conductor 26AWG wire IWISS Crimping Tool This crimp tool is definitely not the correct one for these contacts, but I managed to make it work.
I’ve been following the Gymnastic Bodies for a few months, and decided I needed some stall bars to help me with the thoracic bridge stretch video, where it’s used to provide support and handholds at a variety of heights. There are many other uses for stall bars, but I’m not there yet. They’re quite expensive to buy, but look pretty simple to build. How hard can it be?
May 23 - May 24, 2017 Our flight home would have 4 legs: 1. La Paz, Bolivia, to Lima, Peru 2. Lima to Houston 3. Houston to Los Angeles 4. Los Angeles to Seattle We arrived at the La Paz airport with plenty of time, and got in line to check in. The line moved fine, but we were not allowed to check in. Apparently I had bought the tickets using Tim as my name, while my passport says Timothy.