Hello World!

Welcome to my blog!

My name is Alexander and I am a physics student at the University of Heidelberg.

On my blog, you will read about everything DIY and about my current projects. From time to time, I will also post some updates from my studies and university life in general.

Have fun reading through my posts (Yes, there are many to come), and feel free to contact me about anything you want to know. 😉



4 thoughts on “Hello World!

  1. Dear Alexander,
    I long time dreaming about this aplication, control peltier ( 5V, 1A ) I have idea use Max 1969 but this is more nice use your idea.
    please it is possible buy some final board from you ? maybe only PCB without parts ? maybe buy your design – project in eagle file ( .sch and .pcb ) ?
    it will help me very much

    thank you for message
    Roman Málek
    from Prague


    • Dear Roman,
      to control a Peltier Element specified for a working current of 1A, the LTC1923 is indeed better suited to your application than the MAX1969.

      I can provide you my project files (Eagle documents) free of charge, just contact me over facebook/email with your email adress. I also have some bare PCBs left, which I would be happy to send you.


      • Dear Alexander,

        this is nice voice 🙂 I will very happy for your help.
        please can we start communicate directly by email – my adress is : filuta@seznam.cz

        I am able pay your post office cost before sending PCB
        for project in eagle I will very gratefull…



  2. Woah! I’m really digging the template/theme of this blog. It’s simple, yet effective.
    A lot of times it’s very difficult to get that “perfect balance” between usability and visual appeal.

    I must say you have done a amazing job with this.

    Also, the blog loads extremely fast for me on Chrome.
    Outstanding Blog!


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