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Tektronix introduces the TBS1000 Series of entry-level oscilloscopes, giving electrical engineers, educators, hobbyist and tinkerers an affordable, full-featured tool for a wide variety of general purpose electronics test applications. Backed by a 5-year warranty, the new oscilloscopes feature 1 GS/s or 500 MS/s sample rates and 3 % DC gain accuracy down to 2 mV. Compared to the previous TDS1000-EDU Series of oscilloscopes, the TBS1000 Series offers more bandwidth alternatives including new 25 MHz and 150 MHz models.
This discussion covers a number of ways to generate 5v (and up to 10v) from 1 or 2 cells. It also covers how to get 5v from a number of nearly flat cells and generating a voltage from solar cells.
John Peterson, October 2011 [based on work done a few decades before] linux [at] saccade.com I'd thought about posting these projects for a while, but the Open 7400 Contest finally spurred me on to do it. Looking at the rules, I didn't see anything about when a project needed to be done, so I thought it might be fun to post something that was built with discrete 7400 logic , because, like, that's how you actually made stuff .
The FredBoard (aka FreakLabs Breadboard) came out of the necessity for a good learning tool to teach people both electronics and Arduino programming at Tokyo Hackerspace.
You will receive 100 pcs 5mm RGB LEDs. Free to provide 300 pcs resistors for 5V DC and 300 pcs resistors for 12V DC.
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We provide theatrical electronics products and services designed to help the theatre world integrate embedded electronics more easily into their work. From stock components to custom-built electronics installations, we have everything you need to make your sets, props and practicals blink, buzz and ding on command.
Are there ever enough outlets? With the evergrowing array of gadgets that find their way into our home (Pads, Tabs, Fires, iPhones, and Nexuses) it seems like the answer is a resounding "No!"
DIY 12AU7 (ECC82) Tube / IRF510 MOSFET Headphone Amplifier The NP-100v12 is a simple headphone amplifier that allows an entry level builder to experience assembling and listening to their own creation. I use the term builder as electronic experience combined with innovation which allows the creation of a device, rather than simple board stuffing.
It's time to go back in time... with time!