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Online Circuit Simulator with SPICE

Online Circuit Simulator with SPICE
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Welcome to! - Beginners Guide Beginners Guide to Electronics by Martin T. Pickering Last updated on November 23, 2008 This book gives simplified explanations of how some electronic components work in a circuit. I first became interested in electronics when I was age 10 (as long ago as 1961). ©2008 Martin T. What's the Difference between A.C. and D.C.? How does a Resistor Work? All the colours for 5% tolerance resistors: How do Diodes Work? How do Transistors Work? Abbreviations Although we use the Greek symbol Omega W to represent “Ohms” it is frequently written as “R”. How does a Capacitor Work? What does a capacitor look like? How do Inductors Work? The Relay Bread Board and building a LED Flasher Building the LED Flasher Astable Multivibrator using two transistors

CircuitHub About - iCircuit - The Realtime Circuit Simulator and Editor K3DSurf : 3d surface generator Engineering ToolBox The Worlwide List of Open Source Hardware Online Stores Latest update: May 21st 2013. Thanks everyone for your comments! Don’t spend any more time browsing desperately the internetz to find parts for your RepRap, Arduino kits or local sensors and PCBs distributors for your new project. I put together this worldwide list of online stores selling open source hardware. There is a big chance your country is in it and that you will finally find your favourite local online store to get open source electronics, robotics, parts, kits, materials and supplies for your hardware projects. Leave a comment below the post if you own an online store that is not in the list or if you know a great online resource that should be in it. A world map made of old motherboards ©Susan Stockwell 2012. Detail of Susan Stockwell’s map. a2aPrinter: RepRap 3D printers ABRA Electronics Aztec MCU Prototyping BC-Robotics Canada Robotix Cana Kit Creatron Inc. DIIGIIT Robotics eckertech: RepRap parts and printers eWerksonline Lee’s Electronic MixShop Proto Advantage RobotShop RP Electronics

Online circuit simulator & schematic editor - CircuitLab The ShellyLib Home Page - Start ShellyLib is a small library to create shapes and textures of seashells and snails. The most prominent applications using ShellyLib are the seashell custom object for The Mops/Ayam and the Shell Laboratory. The Shell Laboratory is real fun to play with. All shells on these pages (unless stated otherwise) have been rendered with OpenGL in the Shell Laboratory. The Shell Laboratory currently runs on Unix (Linux, NetBSD, IRIX, Solaris, HP-UX tested), Win95-Vista, and MacOSX/X11. Here are some example shapes: See also these screenshots of the Shell Laboratory in action: For more information, please read the extended feature list. ShellyLib is Shareware! Register ShellyLib at ShareIt! OpenGL ® is a registered trademark of Silicon Graphics, Inc. RenderMan ® is a registered trademark of Pixar. Randolf Schultz, 8. Impressum