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In the US, the DC volt is legally defined by the Josephson array — a super conducting quantum device with a highly repeatable output voltage. Banks of standard cells and temperature-stabilized zener diode references are used by the National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) to calibrate DC meters for scientific and industrial customers. So how is the AC volt defined? I can hardly...
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Here you can find useful projects with description, schematics and PCB, electronics articles and other electronic engineering resources. Projects hosted on our website are contributed from visitors and partners around the world. While building Arduino or any other microcontroller platform project over time the need will arise to establish communication between two of the Arduino boards or...
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Chaney Electronics is the leading designer and manufacturer of the best electronic kits that are the highest quality and lowest priced educational electronic kits. Thousands of teachers use our electronic lab kits to teach their students about electronics. We're Celebrating 47 years of Electronic...
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We have added a new Merchandise catagory to our website! We now are offering Coffee cups/mugs with our Logo and other various designs! We also are accepting custom JPEG images so you can personalize your own 11oz Ceramic coffee cup. For yourself or your club. We have created a 22-page PDF...
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Located in Houston, TX since 2006. We carry new and surplus electronic parts, project boxes, solder kits, prototyping and soldering, toroids, coax, connectors, potentiometers, germanium diodes, resistors and quite a few other interesting items. Whether your hobby is Ham radio, Electric Trains,...
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Looking for electronic kits, robot kits, robotic kits, STEM projects, science kits, electronic test equipment, electronic plans or books on electronics or robotics? Carl’s Electronics has what you are looking for. Choose from the largest selection of in-stock electronics & robotic products in one place. Since 1995 we’ve served thousands of hobbyists, families, home-schoolers, scouts, schools,...
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SparkFun is an online retail store that sells the bits and pieces to make your electronics projects possible. A quick look at the revision process, and some interesting details about the recent Hall Effect Sensor and Low Current Sensor revisions. As a member of the Quality Control team, I am most often helping usher new PCB designs to the storefront ASAP, but on special occasions like this, I...
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In this article, you will read about Raspberry pi servo control. We will use the PWM method to control the servo as you studied in the previous tutori. In this project, we are going to make a Arduino sonar system which will detect the nearby project using the sonar sensor and will show us on the radar. In this tutorial, you will learn about Arduino RGB led interfacing. The RGB led consists of...
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This is an electronics forum where you can talk about anything related to circuit building, electronic projects and electrical repairs. Welcome to Electronics Point, a friendly community of both electronics experts and hobbyists. If you've got some electronics related questions, this is the place to come. Please use this section for any feedback about ElectronicsPoint.com (but ask technical...
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100+ small circuit diagrams for the hobbyist or student. Site includes, text descriptions, calculators, links to related sites, newsgroups, and educational areas. PIC Microcontroller Tutorial This tutorial explains the basic process of writing programs for the PICs and "burning" those programs to the device. A do-it-yourself programmer can be downloaded from David Tait's PIC archiveThe file you...
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Canada, USA, Mexico, United Kingdom, Singapore, Germany, China, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Italy, France, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, Japan, Netherlands, South Africa, Israel, Belgium, Portugal, Finland, Pakistan, Switzerland, Russia, Brazil, Cambodia and many more. We have been serving the Toronto area for 30 years now, as a supplier of electronic components, parts, surplus and computer equipment. Too...
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Since 1946, Electronic Surplus has been serving the needs of hobbyiests, inventors, HAM radio operators, engineers, and technicians in Cleveland, Ohio and around the world. We specialize in hard to find electronic parts from audio ICs and devices, to transformers and relays. Our inventory is made up of obsolete and active items, all at surplus prices. Some items are gently used and others are...
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If you need cutting-edge maker electronics on a budget, you’ve come to the right place. Shop online now, or visit our electronics store Seattle location. Whether you're shopping online or at our electronics store near Seattle, our customer service team is standing by to assist you. With over 20,000 products in our inventory, we may not always be able to provide immediate answers, but we'll...
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Everyday Practical Electronics (EPE) Magazine is both a print and web-delivered electronics and computing hobbyist magazine with free projects for beginners to expert engineers. * Payments must be received by 24th August 2018 when the offers close. EPE is available worldwide from good newsstands, on subscription delivered direct to your door and is now downloadable from Pocketmags for viewing...
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ICs that in the past were far too expensive for the hobbyist tend to be more favourably priced these days. An example of this is the AD8099 from Analog Devices. This opamp is available for only a few pounds. The AD8099 is a very fast opamp (1600 V/ms) and has high-impedance inputs with low input capacitance. The bandwidth of the opamp is so large that at 100 MHz it still has a gain of nearly...
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Radios • DIY Tools & Parts • Electronics Hobby/Maker Kits • Headphones • Cables & Adapters. Durable and rust-resistant chrome-vanadium steel construction. Drop forged and heat-treated for additional strength. Machined edge jaws cuts cleanly and level... Portable battery for on-the-go charging! This portable charger charges smartphones, tablets, Bluetooth devices and more. Includes a built-in...
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Learning electronics. Tutorials for electronic theory, soldering, assembly, circuit design, components, projects and more to learn basic electronics. …began in the late 1970’s when I was about 10 years old. My father was an electrician so I was naturally exposed to the hardware and know-how which allowed me to easily assemble my first electronic kits. From reading hobby electronics magazines...
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Unfortunately, being a brick and mortar electronic supplier, in the world of on-line sales, where competition is fierce, and with compeditors such as Amazon or eBay, this is no longer a profitable business venture. All of us at ACK, and all of the family who owned it since it was founded, would like to express sincere appreciation for your patronage over the past seven decades. Until that time,...
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Electronic components distributor with huge selection in stock and ready to ship same day with no minimum orders. New electronic parts added daily. HD-EFI Series Micro-Miniature Interface Connectors Designed to allow large board tolerance stack ups, blind mating, and multiple RF lines. More Info. AmbiMate MS4 Sensor Module Development Kits Provides an application-specific set of sensors on a...
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This item is a wireless 4 channel remote controlled module with a battery operated transmitter fob. The fob has 4 individual buttons which, when pressed, will trigger one of the 4 digital output pins on the receiver module. When no buttons are pressed all 4 digital pins will remain low (0V). When one of the transmitter buttons is pressed the appropriate... This adapter board is designed...
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