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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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In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to blink an LED using an Arduino board. LED is a semiconductor light-emitting diode ... 74LS07 Hex Buffer with High Voltage Open-Collector Outputs – Datasheet. How To Make An Remote Control RC Motor Driver Using CD4017 IC – DIY. Water Level Indicator Circuit using ULN2803 – Electronics Projects. Music Reactive LED Strip with Microphone Module – Arduino...
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This circuit uses an LM11 to form a voltage follower with 1G ohm input resistance built using standard resistor values. With the input disconnected, the input offset voltage is multiplied by the same factor as R2; but the added error is small because the offset voltage of the LM11 is so low. When...
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Basic Electronic Circuits Explained – Beginner’s Guide to Electronics Unijunction Transistor (UJT) – Comprehensive Tutorial Zener Diode Circuits, Characteristics, Calculations 3 Terminal Fixed Voltage Regulators – Working and Application Circuits Optocouplers – Working, Characteristics,...
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The project presented here provides an isolated interface between the RS-232 cable network and the connected UART systems to protect against voltage spikes and ground loops within the noisy environment and improve system reliability. The project achieves a robust data communication link in harsh...
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Electronics Project Design references and tips for high school students, teachers, colleges and university students, electronics hobbyist and electronics designers. However, if you want to go further in marketing the product created, a lot of effort is needed in ensuring the reliability of the product. Good design practices, choice of components, reliability test and compliance to standards set...
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Quality Electronic Kits, Electronic Projects, Electronic Schematics, FM transmitter related schematics, circuits, diagrams, projects, pcbs and tutorials. Special Edition LC Meter includes top notch high precision components that are only found in premium quality kits. It includes high quality double-sided printed circuit board (PCB) with red solder mask and pre-soldered tracks for easier...
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Are you bored with conventional two-dimensional circuit layouts, or looking for a way to add an artistic flair to your next project? I’ve taken point-to-point construction style a step further by making it self-supporting, which opens up a wide range of physical circuit topologies. (Point-to-point construction usually uses supporting structures like terminal strips that are functional but not...
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The Uno R3 board contains everything needed to support the onboard ATmega328 microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz ceramic resonator, a USB connection, a power... Stretch and wrap self-fusing rubber tape...
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AMZ is a resource with information about guitar effects pedals, stompboxes, audio circuits and tips on how to build them. Written by Jack Orman. AMZ is a resource with information about diy guitar effects pedals, stompboxes, audio circuits and tips on how to build them. There are fuzzbox schematics, signal booster projects, audio mixers and much more available free. Take some time to browse the...
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An electronics forum to talk all about circuits and projects. Welcome to our site! Electro Tech is an online community (with over 170,000 members) who enjoy talking about and building electronic circuits, projects and gadgets. To participate you need to register. Registration is free. Click here to register now. Internet of Things (IoT) - M2M, Industrial IoT, and Industry 4.0. Hardware,...
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Make: celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your will. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. We also use third-party cookies that help us...
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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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DIY Audio Projects documents several DIY HiFi audio projects for Audiophiles. Projects include vacuum tube amplifiers, gainclones (chip amps), mosfet amps, preamplifiers, loudspeakers and audio cables. Rogers has built an improved version of his popular and simple low voltage 12AU7 / IRF612 Headphone Amplifier (5 Aug 2008). The new version allows novice builders to experience assembling and...
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The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) recently announced that it had approved certification of NuScale’s SMR (small modular reactor) design, completing its Phase 6 review of NuScale’s Design Certification Application (DCA). What this means is that SMRs using NuScale’s reactor design can legally be constructed within the US as soon …read more. Despite epithets like “bird-brain,” our...
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German designer and artist Alex Rex has created many installations combining sound and electronics. One of his most recent projects, Aura, envisions what it would take to make a field of wooden rods sway in response to the notes from a piano, clarinet, or other instrument. Sherbet is a DIY ergonomic and stylish keypad custom designed for gaming. When developer and electronics hobbyist Colin...
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Latest Electronics Projects for Engineering Student on Arduino, ESP32, LoRA, Home Automation with circuit, component list, Arduino code & working principle. Description: In this Arduino project, I have explained how to control light, fan, and other home appliances from smartphone bluetooth ... Description: In this arduino-project, I have made an auto stop water tap using Arduino and Ultrasonic...
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Electronic Clinic - is an Electrical and Electronics Engineering community built and run by professional electrical engineers and computer experts. We share Electrical, Electronics, Power, Robotics, Software, Communication, IOT “Internet Of Things”, GSM, Industrial and communication projects. Thus helping students and professionals with their projects and work. We also offer innovative ideas...
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One of the latest 5G milestones was announced recently by Qualcomm Technologies Inc. and Ericsson. Together, they completed key interoperability tests for 5G... more. Automotive OEMs face four key roadblocks when it comes to in-vehicle connectivity: limited bandwidth, too many cables, distance limitations, and harsh. Laird Connectivity has launched a series of Bluetooth 5.1 modules that deliver...
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Tiny micro-motor is only 6mm dia. x 12.2mm long. Operates on 1.5VDC up to 3VDC. At 3VDC the RPM is 34,000. The shaft of this motor is 0.8mm dia. x 3.7mm long. Power connection is made between tab at back of motor and case. There are no leads attached, but it's very simple to connect power to this motor. It comes with a removable mounting clip. Just solder one lead to tab on back of motor and...
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