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Programmable DC Electronic Load Model 63000 Series

To meet the testing requirements of small power supplies, Chroma has launched a brand new 63000 Series of benchtop DC electronic loads specifically designed for testing lower power adaptors, cell phone chargers, small batteries (such as cell phone batteries), D/D converters, USB PD, and so on. Different from the modular electronic load, they can be …

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Teardown of an Array 3711A 300W DC electronic load

I have made many electronic loads in the past. For instance this simple harddrive cooler housed small dummy load, this more sophisticated constant current/constant programmable load and this heavy-duty electronic load that is capable of sinking over 1kW under peak load. In this blog post though, I am going to take a look inside an …

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ICStation Electronic Dice DIY Kit 7pcs 5mm Red LEDs

Description Electronic Dice Kit Instructions Electronic dice kit is based on the NE555 oscillator circuit and fun circuit CD4017 counter display kit. Can simulate the dice, make fun of the game. One. Kit parameters: Supply voltage: 4.5-5V Dimensions: 74 * 35mm Two. Function play: When a power-up, 7 LED will randomly display a number of …

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Electronic Circuit Designing: Multitasking with Circuits (Part 4)

Step: 8) Find reusable modules from the circuit diagram   Whenever we do hardware designing, the first rule is to make it in modules that can be reusable. The modules that we make for this particular project may come useful in another project and hence reduce the development time for that project. Even if a …

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Electronic circuits for your Raspberry Pi : useful tools

f you want to make some simple electronic circuits for your Raspberry Pi, you may need some useful (software and hardware) tools. Hardware tools Breadboard The breadboard (aka prototyping board, or plugboard) allows you to prototype your electronic circuits without the need to solder components. You just have to plug them into the board, and …

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Electronic drums using a Raspberry Pi and ±200g accelerometers.

Introduction As it was mentioned on my website in my previous article, using accelerometers as drum triggers is deadly easy. So why not pushing it further, and try to develop a full drum kit? A few months have passed since I first had the idea of turning my Raspberry Pi into a drum kit, and …

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