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  • Elektor Super Servo Tester kit

    Elektor Labs Elektor Super Servo Tester kit

    The Elektor Super Servo Tester can control servos and measure servo signals. It can test up to four servo channels at the same time. The Super Servo Tester comes as a kit. All the parts required to assemble the Super Servo Tester are included in the kit. Assembling the kit requires basic soldering skills. The microcontroller is already programmed. The Super Servo Tester features two operating modes: Control/Manual and Measure/Inputs. In Control/Manual mode the Super Servo Tester generates control signals on its outputs for up to four servos or for the flight controller or ESC. The signals are controlled by the four potentiometers. In Measure/Inputs the Super Servo Tester measures the servo signals connected to its inputs. These signals may come from for instance an ESC, a flight controller, or the receiver or another device. The signals are also routed to the outputs to control the servos or the flight controller or ESC. The results are shown on the display. Specifications Operating modes Control/Manual & Measure/Inputs Channels 3 Servo signal inputs 4 Servo signal outputs 4 Alarm Buzzer & LED Display 0.96" OLED (128 x 32 pixels) Input voltage on K5 7-12 VDC Input voltage on K1 5-7.5 VDC Input current 30 mA (9 VDC on K5, nothing connected to K1 and K2) Dimensions 113 x 66 x 25 mm Weight 60 g Included Resistors (0.25 W) R1, R3 1 kΩ, 5% R2, R4, R5, R6, R7, R9, R10 10 kΩ, 5% R8 22 Ω, 5% P1, P2, P3, P4 10 kΩ, lin/B, vertical potentiometer Capacitors C1 100 µF 16 V C2 10 µF 25 V C3, C4, C7 100 nF C5, C6 22 pF Semiconductors D1 1N5817 D2 LM385Z-2.5 D3 BZX79-C5V1 IC1 7805 IC2 ATmega328P-PU, programmed LED1 LED, 3 mm, red T1 2N7000 Miscellaneous BUZ1 Piezo buzzer with oscillator K1, K2 2-row, 12-way pinheader, 90° K5 Barrel jack K4 1-row, 4-way pin socket K3 2-row, 6-way boxed pinheader S1 Slide switch DPDT S2 Slide switch SPDT X1 Crystal, 16 MHz 28-way DIP socket for IC2 Elektor PCB OLED display, 0.96", 128 x 32 pixels, 4-pin I²C interface Links Elektor Magazine Elektor Labs

    € 49,95

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  • Elektor Tapir E-Smog Detector Kit

    Elektor Labs Elektor Tapir E-Smog Detector Kit

    Ultrasensitive wideband magnetic/electromagnetic field detector This ultra sensitive wideband “E-smog” detector adds two senses to help you track down noise that’s normally inaudible. TAPIR also makes a great project to build since the enclosure is the PCB proper. TAPIR detects electric as well as magnetic fields at high frequencies. The PCB is ingenuously designed to double as a shielded case. Each of the two antennas that can be connected to TAPIR is optimized for one type of field. Magnetic fields are detected with a ferrite-cored coil, and electric fields with a rod antenna, which is easily constructed from a length of stiff wire. Using TAPIR is dead easy. Connect the headphones, the selected antenna and switch on. Move the antenna around any suspect area and you’ll hear different types of noise and noise levels with each electrical device, depending on the type and frequency of the emitted field. Features Ultrasensitive Wideband "E-smog" Detector PCB Doubles as Project Housing Tried & Tested by Elektor Labs Educational & Geeky Project Easy to solder SMD Parts Online Illustrated Construction Manual Included Printed Circuit Board All Components Antenna and Headphones

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  •  -30% The Elektor Circuit Collection (USB Stick)

    Elektor Classics The Elektor Circuit Collection (USB Stick)

    3K5 Noteworthy Designs (1975-2023) This USB archive stick contains over 3500 noteworthy circuits from all areas of electronics (audio & video, computers & microcontrollers, radio, hobby & modelling, home & garden, power supplies & batteries, test & measurement) published in Elektor Magazine since 1975. You can use the article search function to find specific content in the full text. The results are always shown as preformatted PDF documents. Adobe Reader may be used to browse articles as well as find individual words and expressions using the program’s integrated Search functions.

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  •  -16% Elektor Funny Bird Kit

    Elektor Labs Elektor Funny Bird Kit

    Whistle And It Chirps Back At You! Although birds of all sorts are lovingly owned and watched by many people, sadly most of them have not yet learnt to communicate with us. This all-electronic bird takes a step in the right direction: when you whistle at it, it chirps back! Features Responds to Whistling Adjustable Bird Sounds (Tone and Length) Elektor Heritage Circuit Symbols Tried & Tested by Elektor Labs Educational & Geeky Project Through-Hole Parts Only Included Printed Circuit Board All Components Wooden Stand Bill of Materials Resistors R1,R2 = 2.2kΩ R3,R4,R13 = 47kΩ R5 = 4.7kΩ R6 = 3.3kΩ R7,R10,R11,R12,R17 = 100kΩ R8,R19,R23 = 1kΩ R9 = 1MΩ R14,R15 = 10kΩ R16,R18 = 470kΩ R20 = 68kΩ R21 = 10MΩ R22 = 2.7kΩ R24 = 22Ω P1,P2 = 1MΩ P3,P5 = 470kΩ P4 = 100kΩ Capacitors C1,C2,C12 = 100nF C3,C4 = 10nF C5 = 22μF, 16V C6,C7,C11 = 10μF, 16V C8 = 2.2μF, 100V C9 = 1μF, 50V C10 = 2.2nF C13 = 10nF Semiconductors D1,D3,D4,D5,D6,D7,D8 = 1N4148 D2 = 3V3 zener diode T1,T2 = BC557B T3 = BC547B T4 = BC327-40 IC1 = TL084CN IC2 = 4093 Miscellaneous BT1 = wired battery clip for 6LR61/PP3 LS1 = miniature loudspeaker, 8Ω, 0.5W S1 = switch, slide, SPDT MIC1 = electret microphone PCB 230153-1 v1.1

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  •  -15% Elektor One-armed Bandit Kit

    Elektor Labs Elektor One-armed Bandit Kit

    Pull Down Lever For Highest Score! This Elektor Circuit Classic from 1984 shows a playful application of CMOS 400x series logic ICs in combination with LEDs, a highly popular combination at the time. The project imitates a spinning-digit type slot machine. The Game To play the game, first agree on the number of rounds. Player 1 actuates the switch lever as long as desired and releases it. The LEDs then show the score which is the sum of the 50-20-10-5 digits lit up. If the Play Again! LED lights, Player 1 has another, “free” round. If not, it’s Player 2’s turn. The players keep tab of their scores, and the highest score wins. Features LEDs Indicate Score Multi-Player and Play Again! Elektor Heritage Circuit Symbols Tried & Tested by Elektor Labs Educational & Geeky Project Through-Hole Parts Only Included Printed Circuit Board All Components Wooden Stand Bill of Materials Resistors (5%, 250 mW) R1,R2,R3,R4 = 100kΩ R5,R6,R7,R8,R9,R10 = 1kΩ Capacitors C1 = 4.7nF, 10%, 50V, 5mm C2 = 4.7μF, 10%, 63V, axial C3,C4 = 100nF, 10 %, 50V, ceramic X7R, 5mm Semiconductors LED1-LED6 = red, 5mm (T1 3/4) IC1 = 74HC4024 IC2 = 74HC132 Miscellaneous S1 = switch, toggle, 21mm lever, SPDT, momentary S2 = switch, tactile, 24V, 50mA, 6x6mm S3 = switch, slide, SPDT IC1,IC2 = IC socket, DIP14 BT1 = PCB-mount CR2032 battery retainer clip Desktop Stand PCB 230098-1 Not included: BT1 = CR2032 coin cell battery

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  •  -20% Elektor Special: Power Supplies and Batteries

    Elektor Special: Power Supplies and Batteries

    Whatever the methods or even then financial means you have to make your circuits work, the power supply should rank high if not Number One in your considerations. The design block simply called “power supply” is hugely underrated both in electronics creation and repair. Yet, the “PSU” has enormous diversity and comes in wildly differing guises like AC/DC, generator, battery (rechargeable or not), PV panel, benchtop, linear or switch-mode, to mention but a few. The output ranges are also staggering like nano-amps to kiloamps and the same for voltages.This special covers the features and design aspects of power supplies.ContentsBasics Battery ManagementWhat to be aware of when using (Lithium) batteries. Fixed-Voltage Power Supply using Linear RegulatorsThe best result right after batteries. Light Energy HarvestingA small solar panel is used in an energy harvesting project to manage and charge four AAA cells. Mains Powered Adapter DesignBasic circuits and tips for transformers, rectification, filtering and stabilization. LM317 Soft StartThe high inrush current pulse should be avoided. Controllable RectifiersSome suggestions to keep the power loss in the linear regulator as low as possible. Components Worksheet: The LM117 / LM217 / LM317 Voltage Regulators SupercapsLow voltage but lots of current… or not? Reviews JOY-iT RD6006 Benchtop Power Supply Kit Siglent SDL1020X Programmable DC Electronic Load Projects Balcony Power PlantDIY solar balcony = speedy payback! DIY LiPo Supercharger KitFrom handcrafted to mass market Dual-Anode MOSFET ThyristorFaster and less wasteful than the old SCR Battery JuicerDo not throw away, squeeze! High-Voltage Power Supply with Curve TracerGenerate voltages up to 400 V and trace characteristics curves for valves and transistors High Voltage Supply for RIAAFor RIAA tube preamps and other applications. MicroSupplyA lab power supply for connected devices Phantom Power Supply using Switched CapacitorsVoltage tripler using three ICs The SMPS800RE Switch-Mode Supply for the Elektor Fortissimo-100Reliable, light and affordable Soft Start for PSUBe nice to your power supply – and its load UniLab 20-30 V, 3 A compact switch-mode lab power supply Tips Soft Start for Step-Down Switching Regulators Low Loss Current Limit Powerbank Surprise A Virtual Ground Battery Maintainer Battery Pack Discharger Connecting Voltage Regulators in Parallel

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  • Elektor Special: Power Supplies and Batteries (PDF)

    Elektor Digital Elektor Special: Power Supplies and Batteries (PDF)

    Whatever the methods or even then financial means you have to make your circuits work, the power supply should rank high if not Number One in your considerations. The design block simply called “power supply” is hugely underrated both in electronics creation and repair. Yet, the “PSU” has enormous diversity and comes in wildly differing guises like AC/DC, generator, battery (rechargeable or not), PV panel, benchtop, linear or switch-mode, to mention but a few. The output ranges are also staggering like nano-amps to kiloamps and the same for voltages.This special covers the features and design aspects of power supplies.ContentsBasics Battery ManagementWhat to be aware of when using (Lithium) batteries. Fixed-Voltage Power Supply using Linear RegulatorsThe best result right after batteries. Light Energy HarvestingA small solar panel is used in an energy harvesting project to manage and charge four AAA cells. Mains Powered Adapter DesignBasic circuits and tips for transformers, rectification, filtering and stabilization. LM317 Soft StartThe high inrush current pulse should be avoided. Controllable RectifiersSome suggestions to keep the power loss in the linear regulator as low as possible. Components Worksheet: The LM117 / LM217 / LM317 Voltage Regulators SupercapsLow voltage but lots of current… or not? Reviews JOY-iT RD6006 Benchtop Power Supply Kit Siglent SDL1020X Programmable DC Electronic Load Projects Balcony Power PlantDIY solar balcony = speedy payback! DIY LiPo Supercharger KitFrom handcrafted to mass market Dual-Anode MOSFET ThyristorFaster and less wasteful than the old SCR Battery JuicerDo not throw away, squeeze! High-Voltage Power Supply with Curve TracerGenerate voltages up to 400 V and trace characteristics curves for valves and transistors High Voltage Supply for RIAAFor RIAA tube preamps and other applications. MicroSupplyA lab power supply for connected devices Phantom Power Supply using Switched CapacitorsVoltage tripler using three ICs The SMPS800RE Switch-Mode Supply for the Elektor Fortissimo-100Reliable, light and affordable Soft Start for PSUBe nice to your power supply – and its load UniLab 20-30 V, 3 A compact switch-mode lab power supply Tips Soft Start for Step-Down Switching Regulators Low Loss Current Limit Powerbank Surprise A Virtual Ground Battery Maintainer Battery Pack Discharger Connecting Voltage Regulators in Parallel

    € 11,95

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  •  -30% The Elektor Power Supply Collection (USB-stick)

    Elektor Classics The Elektor Power Supply Collection (USB Stick)

    More than 200 power supply designs for home construction This USB Stick contains over 200 different power supply circuits from the volumes 2001-2022 of Elektor. The article search feature allows you to search full-text content. The results are always displayed as pre-formatted PDF documents. Highlights Cuk Converter Automatic Battery Switchover Battery Voltage LED Digital Benchtop Power Supply Lithium-Ion Charger Solar Cell Charger Electronic Fuse High Voltage Regulator Power Supply for USB Devices Step-up Converter for LEDs Battery Management and much more... On the Stick you will also find a folder with additional material such as PCB layouts, Gerber files and software.

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  • Elektor Cloc 2.0 Kit

    Elektor Labs Elektor Cloc 2.0 Kit

    ESP32-based Alarm Clock connects to Timeserver and controls Radio & TV Cloc is an easy to build alarm clock without SMT parts. It has a double 7-segment retro display with variable brightness. One display shows the current time, the other the alarm time. Cloc connects to a Wi-Fi network, so it can access a timeserver somewhere on the planet. It can connect using DHCP or with a fixed IP address. An optional DS3231-based battery-backed real-time clock (RTC) module (not included in the kit) can be added to keep time in case of network problems. The built-in web server shows the time, allows setting the alarms and lets you adjust the clock’s parameters. The optimized graphical HTML interface works on most standard browsers and handheld devices. Specifications Based on an ESP32-Pico-Kit. Two independent 7-segment displays for the time of day and the alarm time. The time is set automatically by connecting to an online timeserver. Alarm time for each day of the week. Alarm output: buzzer and infrared code for e.g. radio, hi-fi system or TV. Two push-buttons for interacting with the device. Integrated web server for remote configuration via Wi-Fi. All settings are saved in EEPROM. Open-source software written for Arduino. Over-the-Air (OTA) mode allows updating the firmware remotely. Optional DS3231-based real-time clock (RTC) module (not included). Included PCB All components ESP32-Pico-Kit V4 (valued at €20) Hammond IR Red Translucent PC Enclosure (valued at €15) Links Cloc – Alarm Clock 2.0

    € 74,95

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  • Elektor March/April 2021 PDF (EN)

    Elektor Digital Elektor March/April 2021 (PDF)

    The Vision and Engineering Behind SparkFun Getting Started with MicroMod Leveling Up Your SparkFun JetBotHow I Expanded the Functionality of My JetBot, Powered by the NVIDIA Jetson Nano Programming an FPGA How to Build a DIY GNSS Reference Station The ClockClock Project Under the Hood: SparkFun Inventor's Kit SparkFun’s Glenn Samala on Product Development and New Ventures Creating Custom Circuit Boards with SparkFun À La Carte Designing with the SparkFun Artemis Getting Started with the Qwiic Ecosystem for Rapid Prototyping Poster - Qwiic Under the Hood: The GreatScott! / Elektor DIY LiPo Supercharger Kit Memorable Electronics from SparkFun Past Perfect Parking with LiDAR Buried Pad PCB Fixing Design to Sale: the SparkFun RTK Surveyor Hello World from the Raspberry Pi Pico and RP2040A Look at Raspberry Pi’s First Microcontroller and Microcontroller Chip DIY Quadrupedal Robots Poster - Micromod RISC-V IoT Development in AWS Using FreeRTOS Libraries Yep, Electronics = Fun!A Conversation Among Electronics Enthusiasts Sparkfun Product Catalog HexadokuThe Original Elektorized Sudoku

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  • Elektor Special: Introduction to Electronics with Arduino

    Elektor Special: Introduction to Electronics with Arduino

    Although the Arduino isn’t a novelty any longer, there are still many beginners who want to try programming and development with a microcontroller, and to them, it is all new. All beginnings can be difficult, though they should be light and enjoyable. You do not need much or expensive equipment for the examples. The circuits are built on a small breadboard, and, if necessary, connected to an Arduino Uno, which you can program on a Windows PC. You will find clear examples of how to build all circuits, ensuring easy and error-free reproduction. Projects Discussed Current & Voltage – How it all began Arduino Hardware Arduino Programming The Electrical Circuit Measuring with the Multimeter Circuit Diagrams and Breadboards Creating Circuit Diagrams Breadboard Views with Fritzing Online Circuit Simulation Indispensable: Resistors (Part 1) Hands-on with Resistors (Part 2) Variable Resistors Diodes: One-way Street for Current The Transistor Switch Electromagnetism Relays and Motors op-amps: Operational Amplifiers Capacitors The NE555 Timer PWM and Analogue Values with Arduino 7-Segment Temperature Display Introduction to Soldering and LCDs

    € 14,95

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  • Elektor Special: Raspberry Pi and Pico (PDF)

    Elektor Digital Elektor Special: Raspberry Pi and Pico (PDF)

    Contents Projects PicoVoiceVoice alienation and sound effects with the Raspberry Pi Pico Navigation with Vibration Feedback POV Display Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) with the Raspberry Pi Pico Wi-Fi with the Raspberry Pi Pico "Hello World" from the Raspberry Pi Pico and RP2040A look at the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s first microcontroller Simple On-Off Temperature Controller with Raspberry Pi HAT Multitasking with the Raspberry PiShowcase: a traffic lights controller The Raspberry Pi Ruler GadgetFun with a time-of-flight sensor Raspberry Pi Buffer Board (Mk. 1)Never blow up the I/O again FM radio with RDSA top HAT project for the Raspberry Pi LoRa with the Raspberry Pi PicoFun with MicroPython! Tutorials Qt for the Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi Pico Programmingwith MicroPython and Thonny Raspberry Pi Full StackRPi and RF24 at the heart of a sensor network Raspberry Pi Bash Command Cheat Sheet Community Java on the Raspberry PiAn interview with Frank Delporte Reviews Introducing the New Raspberry Pi Pico W, H, and WH Secure Boot Solution for Raspberry PiRetrofit security at a reasonable price Review: SmartPi – Smart Meter Extension for Raspberry Pi Review: The Enviro+ Raspberry Pi HATMeasuring environmental data with Raspberry Pi and the HAT Enviro+ Review: Meet the Raspberry Pi 4All new but still good? Raspberry Pi Gets a Fast 3.5" Touch DisplayMore power at no extra charge Book Launch: Raspberry Pi for Radio Amateurs

    € 11,95

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  •  -43% Elektor Audio Collection (USB-stick)

    Elektor Classics Elektor Audio Collection (USB Stick)

    Some Highlights from the contents Surround-sound decoder Compact amp Sampling rate converter Battery powered preamplifier Titan 2000 amplifier Crescendo Millennium amplifier Audio-DAC/ADC IR-S/PDFI receiver and transmitter High-End Power Amp Hi-fi Wireless Headset Paraphase Tone Control and more… Using Adobe Reader you are able to browse and search the articles on your computer, as well as print texts, circuit diagrams and PCB layouts.

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  •  -18% Elektor Dual DC LISN (150 kHz – 200 MHz)

    Eurocircuits Elektor Dual DC LISN (150 kHz - 200 MHz)

    Measuring conducted emission is the simplest and most affordable method of getting some indication of whether a design can meet EMI/EMC requirements. A Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN) is an indispensable part of an EMC pre-compliance test setup. In cooperation with Würth Elektronik, Elektor has developed a 5 µH, 50 Ω Dual DC LISN that supports voltages up to 60 V and currents up to 10 A. The instrument measures RF interferences on both channels (the power supply) by means of 5-μH blocking inductances. The internal 10-dB attenuation network – one in each channel – contains a 3rd-order high-pass filter with a cutoff frequency of 9 kHz to protect the input of instruments like a spectrum analyzer from potentially harmful DC voltages or low frequencies coming from the EUT (Equipment Under Test). Specifications RF path Channels 2 (with clamping diodes) Bandwidth 150 kHz – 200 MHz Inductance 5 μH || 50 Ω Internal attenuation 10 dB Connectors SMA DC path Max. current DC Max. voltage DC DC resistance PCB size 94.2 x 57.4 mm Connectors 4-mm banana Hammond enclosure Type 1590N Dimensions 121 x 66 x 40 mm Included 1x 4-layer PCB with all SMT parts fitted 1x pre-drilled enclosure with ready-printed front panel layout 5x gold-plated, insulated, 4-mm banana sockets, rated for 24 A, 1 kV 1x Hammond enclosure 1590N1, Aluminum (Die-Cast Alloy) More Info Project on Elektor Labs: Dual DC LISN for EMC pre-compliance testing Elektor 9-10/2021: EMC Pre-Compliance Test for Your DC-Powered Project (Part 1) Elektor 11-12/2021: EMC Pre-Compliance Test for Your DC-Powered Project (Part 2)

    € 139,95€ 114,95

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  •  -19% MakePython ESP32 Development Kit

    Elektor Labs MakePython ESP32 Development Kit

    Learn how to use the ESP32 Microcontroller and MicroPython programming in your future projects! The project book, written by well-known Elektor author Dogan Ibrahim, holds many software- and hardware-based projects especially developed for the MakePython ESP32 Development Kit. The kit comes with several LEDs, sensors, and actuators. The kit will help you acquire the basic knowledge to create IoT projects. The book’s fully evaluated projects feature all the supplied components. Each project includes a block diagram, a circuit diagram, a full program listing, and a complete program description. Included in the kit 1x MakePython ESP32 development board with color LCD 1x Ultrasonic ranging module 1x Temperature and humidity sensor 1x Buzzer module 1x DS18B20 module 1x Infrared module 1x Potentiometer 1x WS2812 module 1x Sound sensor 1x Vibration sensor 1x Photosensitive resistance module 1x Pulse sensor 1x Servo motor 1x USB cable 2x Button 2x Breadboard 45x Jumper wire 10x Resistor 330R 10x LED (Red) 10x LED (Green) 1x Project book (206 pages) 46 Projects in the Book LED Projects Blinking LED Flashing SOS Blinking LED – using a timer Alternately flashing LEDs Button control Changing the LED flashing rate using pushbutton interrupts Chasing-LEDs Binary-counting LEDs Christmas lights (random-flashing 8 LEDs) Electronic dice Lucky day of the week Pulsewidth Modulation (PWM) Projects Generate a 1000-Hz PWM waveform with 50% duty cycle LED brightness control Measuring the frequency and duty cycle of a PWM waveform Melody maker Simple electronic organ Servo motor control Servo motor DS18B20 thermometer Analog To Digital Converter (ADC) Projects Voltmeter Plotting the analog input voltage ESP32 internal temperature sensor Ohmmeter Photosensitive resistance module Digital To Analog Converter (DAC) Projects Generating fixed voltages Generating a sawtooth-wave signal Generating a triangular-wave signal Arbitrary periodic waveform Generating a sinewave signal Generating accurate sinewave signal using timer interrupts Using The OLED Display Seconds counter Event counter DS18B20 OLED based digital thermometer ON-OFF temperature controller Measuring the temperature and humidity Ultrasonic distance measurement Height of a person (stadiometer) Heart rate (pulse) measurement Other Sensors Supplied with the Kit Theft alarm Sound-activated light Infrared obstacle avoidance with buzzer WS2812 RGB LED ring Timestamping temperature and humidity readings Network Programming Wi-Fi scanner Remote control from the Internet browser (using a smartphone or PC) – Web Server Storing temperature and humidity data in the Cloud Low-Power Operation Using a timer to wake up the processor

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  • Elektor Special: Raspberry Pi and Pico

    Elektor Special: Raspberry Pi and Pico

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    Contents Projects PicoVoiceVoice alienation and sound effects with the Raspberry Pi Pico Navigation with Vibration Feedback POV Display Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) with the Raspberry Pi Pico Wi-Fi with the Raspberry Pi Pico "Hello World" from the Raspberry Pi Pico and RP2040A look at the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s first microcontroller Simple On-Off Temperature Controller with Raspberry Pi HAT Multitasking with the Raspberry PiShowcase: a traffic lights controller The Raspberry Pi Ruler GadgetFun with a time-of-flight sensor Raspberry Pi Buffer Board (Mk. 1)Never blow up the I/O again FM radio with RDSA top HAT project for the Raspberry Pi LoRa with the Raspberry Pi PicoFun with MicroPython! Tutorials Qt for the Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi Pico Programmingwith MicroPython and Thonny Raspberry Pi Full StackRPi and RF24 at the heart of a sensor network Raspberry Pi Bash Command Cheat Sheet Community Java on the Raspberry PiAn interview with Frank Delporte Reviews Introducing the New Raspberry Pi Pico W, H, and WH Secure Boot Solution for Raspberry PiRetrofit security at a reasonable price Review: SmartPi – Smart Meter Extension for Raspberry Pi Review: The Enviro+ Raspberry Pi HATMeasuring environmental data with Raspberry Pi and the HAT Enviro+ Review: Meet the Raspberry Pi 4All new but still good? Raspberry Pi Gets a Fast 3.5" Touch DisplayMore power at no extra charge Book Launch: Raspberry Pi for Radio Amateurs

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  •  -33% Elektor Special: Arduino Shields

    Elektor Special: Arduino Shields

    Make your project dreams come true: an odometer for the hamster wheel, a fully automatic control of your ant farm with web interface, or the Sandwich-O-Mat – a machine that toasts and grills sandwiches of your choice. With the Arduino and the DIY or Maker movement, not only did entry into microcontroller programming become child's play, but a second development also took place: Resourceful developers brought small boards – so-called shields or modules – to the market, which greatly simplified the use of additional hardware. The small modules contain all the important electronic parts to be connected to the microcontroller with a few plug-in cables, eliminating the need for a fiddly and time-consuming assembly on the plug-in board. In addition, it is also possible to handle tiny components that do not have any connecting legs (so-called SMDs). Projects Discussed Arduino seeks connection BMP and introduction to libraries, I²C Learn I/O basics with the multi-purpose shield I²C LCD adapter and DOT matrix displays LCD keypad shield Level converter W5100: Internet connection I/O expansion shield Relays and solid-state relays The multi-function shield: A universal control unit Connecting an SD card reader via SPI Keys and 7-segment displays 16-bit ADC MCP4725 DAC 16-way PWM servo driver MP3 player GPS data logger using an SD card Touch sensor Joystick SHT31: Temperature and humidity VEML6070 UV-A sensor VL53L0X time-of-flight Ultrasonic distance meter MAX7219-based LED DOT matrix display DS3231 RTC Port expander MCP23017 433 MHz radio MPU-650 gyroscope ADXL345 accelerometer WS2812 RGB LEDs Power supply MQ-xx gas sensors CO2 gas sensor ACS712 current sensor INA219 current sensor L298 motor driver MFRC522 RFID 28BYJ-48 stepper motor TMC2209 silent step stick X9C10x digital potentiometer ST7735 in a color TFT display e-Paper display Bluetooth Geiger counter SIM800L GSM module I²C multiplexer Controller Area Network

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  •  -47% The Complete Linear Audio Library (USB Stick)

    Elektor Classics The Complete Linear Audio Library (USB Stick)

    Jan Didden created Linear Audio in 2010 and published 14 Volumes between 2010 and 2017. Each 200-page Volume contains on average 10 articles by expert authors in the field of audio, acoustics, and instrumentation. Whether you are interested in tube amplifiers, solid-state equipment, loudspeaker design, capacitor and resistor distortion or distortion measurement, you are certain to find helpful advice and interesting discussions. From beginner to advanced level, for the audio professional or the serious hobbyist, this ExpertCollection will advance your understanding and offer new perspectives on common issues. Bonus material included with this collection is a 5-part YouTube series on negative feedback as applied to audio by renowned author Jan Didden, and nine additional landmark audio articles and presentations. If you are seriously interested in audio, acoustics, and instrumentation, you can’t afford to miss this! The published material is indexed and fully searchable and will provide an almost limitless resource for many years to come. You can read about Linear Audio’s authors, and the Table of Contents of each Volume, at linearaudio.net.

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  • Sand Clock Kit (based on Raspberry Pi Pico)

    Elektor Labs Sand Clock Kit (based on Raspberry Pi Pico)

    Raspberry Pi-based Eye Catcher A standard sand clock just shows how time passes. In contrast, this Raspberry Pi Pico-controlled sand clock shows the exact time by “engraving” the four digits for hour and minute into the layer of sand. After an adjustable time the sand is flattened out by two vibration motors and everything begins all over again. At the heart of the sand clock are two servo motors driving a writing pen through a pantograph mechanism. A third servo motor lifts the pen up and down. The sand container is equipped with two vibration motors to flatten the sand. The electronic part of the sand clock consists of a Raspberry Pi Pico and an RTC/driver board with a real-time clock, plus driver circuits for the servo motors. A detailed construction manual is available for downloading. Features Dimensions: 135 x 110 x 80 mm Build time: 1.5 to 2 hours approx. Included 3x Precut acrylic sheets with all mechanical parts 3x Mini servo motors 2x Vibration motors 1x Raspberry Pi Pico 1x RTC/driver board with assembled parts Nuts, bolts, spacers, and wires for the assembly Fine-grained white sand

    € 62,95

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  •  -17% DIY LiPo Supercharger Kit V2 (by GreatScott!)

    Elektor Labs DIY LiPo Supercharger Kit V2 (by GreatScott!)

    This DIY LiPo Supercharger/Booster (developed the electronics engineer/YouTuber GreatScott! and produced by Elektor) can charge a single-cell LiPo battery and protect it against the effects of overvoltage, overload, and short-circuits. Additionally, it can boost the battery voltage to 5 V or 12 V. The boosted output voltage is protected by an ‘eFuse’ IC outputting 1.52 A at 5 V or 0.76 A at 12 V maximum.The charger part of the circuit needs a +5 V power supply which can be connected through USB-C, or simply two wires soldered to pads on the PCB.In addition, other connections can be soldered to pads on the PCB or by using single pinheaders.Included 1x Mainboard pre-assembled with the 4 ICs 15x Resistors 3x LEDs 13x Capacitors 2x Switches 1x USB-C on a breakout board 2x Diodes Please note: Battery is not included.The board uses a DC/DC Converter, an IC charger, and an e Fuse from Texas Instruments. The battery protection IC is from Xysemi and provides under-voltage lockout, over current protection, and reverse battery protection.The board is connected to the power and recharges the batteries via a USB-C connection.Specifications Battery Single-cell lithium-ion or lithium-polymer battery Input Voltage +5 V / 2 A max. Output Voltage 5 V / 1.52 A12 V / 0.76 A LiPo Protection XB8089D Overcharge Detection 4.250 V Overcharge Release 4.10 V Overdischarge Detection 2.50 V Overdischarge Release 3 V Overcurrent Detection 10.0 A Thermal Shutdown Auto-retry Enable/Undervoltage Lockout Rising: 1.2 V (typ.)Falling: 1.1 V (typ.)

    € 29,95€ 24,95

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  • Elektor Fortissimo-100 Power Amplifier Kit

    Eurocircuits Elektor Fortissimo-100 Power Amplifier Kit

    Out of stock

    Celebrated Elektor audio design specialist Ton Giesberts has once again released a phenomenal design for a high-end audio power amplifier, the Elektor Fortissimo-100. Once again, the results of the amplifier on the test bench challenged Elektor’s high-spec Audio Precision test gear close to its noise floor. The specifications, ease of construction, and the overall stability of the Fortissimo-100 are deemed so good that Elektor are offering the project as a kit of parts for assembly at home, using plain tools. The kit contains each and every part to build one Fortissimo-100 mono block, including a set of high-quality PCBs, the heatsink, and other mechanical parts like standoffs and ceramic isolation washers for the power transistors. Again, all parts are through-hole. A detailed, step-by-step assembly guide (downloadable PDF) should enable every audio lover with the ability to work accurately and sensibly, to assemble the mono block and ravish at the sound quality. Two mono blocks are required to build a Fortissimo-100 stereo amplifier, plus a symmetrical 40-V, stabilized power supply per amplifier. Don’t use a single power supply for two amplifiers! The supply is not included in the kit, but a suggested source is given in the description for the project, so readers can opt for their personal desires. Specifications Input Sensitivity 1.076 V (94 W/8 Ω, THD = 0.1%, B = 22 kHz) Input Impedance 10 kΩ Sine-wave Power 94 W (8 Ω, THD = 0.1%) 181 W (4 Ω, THD = 0.1%) Bandwidth 3.3 Hz – 237 kHz (–3 dB, 1 W/8 Ω) Open-loop Bandwidth ≈ 20 kHz Open-loop Gain ≈ 140000 (8 Ω load) Slew Rate 45 V/μs Signal-to-Noise Ratio 103 dB (B = 22 Hz – 22 kHz linear) Harmonic Distortion Plus Noise 0.0008% (1 kHz, 50 W, 8 Ω, B = 80 kHz)0.002% (20 kHz, 50 W, 8 Ω, B = 80 kHz)0.0042% (20 kHz, 100 W, 4 Ω, B = 80 kHz) Intermodulation Distortion(50 Hz : 7 kHz = 4 : 1) 0.0015% (50 W, 8 Ω)0.0041% (100 W, 4 Ω) Included Two PCBs: amplifier PCB and protection PCB All parts, including heatsinks Construction Manual – Downloadable PDF Elektor Jumpstarter This product is the result of a successful campaign on our electronics project support platform Elektor Jumpstarter. Readers and interested parties can submit their product ideas and, together with the Elektor development team, a finished product can be brought to market after extensive consideration and many tests. Note that these are always small series production runs, so the products are considered 'Elektor Collector Items'.

    Out of stock

    € 249,00

    Members € 224,10

  • Elektor SDR-shield 2.0

    Elektor Labs Elektor SDR Shield 2.0

    This board is a newer version of the Elektor SDR Reloaded, the difference is that on this new version with two PLL outputs and two LF-outputs, which are accessible via additional connectors on the board (not included in the kit). This allows the user to use this Arduino shield as a signal generator, SW transmitter or even transceiver. Specifications Operating Voltage 5 V and 3.3 V from Arduino Frequency Range 150 kHz to 30 MHz Sensitivity 1 µV Overall Gain 40 dB Maximum signal level at antenna 10 mV Dynamic Range 80 dB Please note: The module doesn't come pre-soldered. Links Elektor SDR Shield 2.0 (1) Elektor SDR Shield 2.0 (2) Elektor SDR Shield 2.0 (3)

    € 39,95

    Members € 35,96

  • Elektor Special: Arduino Shields (PDF)

    Elektor Digital Elektor Special: Arduino Shields (PDF)

    Make your project dreams come true: an odometer for the hamster wheel, a fully automatic control of your ant farm with web interface, or the Sandwich-O-Mat – a machine that toasts and grills sandwiches of your choice. With the Arduino and the DIY or Maker movement, not only did entry into microcontroller programming become child's play, but a second development also took place: Resourceful developers brought small boards – so-called shields or modules – to the market, which greatly simplified the use of additional hardware. The small modules contain all the important electronic parts to be connected to the microcontroller with a few plug-in cables, eliminating the need for a fiddly and time-consuming assembly on the plug-in board. In addition, it is also possible to handle tiny components that do not have any connecting legs (so-called SMDs). Projects Discussed Arduino seeks connection BMP and introduction to libraries, I²C Learn I/O basics with the multi-purpose shield I²C LCD adapter and DOT matrix displays LCD keypad shield Level converter W5100: Internet connection I/O expansion shield Relays and solid-state relays The multi-function shield: A universal control unit Connecting an SD card reader via SPI Keys and 7-segment displays 16-bit ADC MCP4725 DAC 16-way PWM servo driver MP3 player GPS data logger using an SD card Touch sensor Joystick SHT31: Temperature and humidity VEML6070 UV-A sensor VL53L0X time-of-flight Ultrasonic distance meter MAX7219-based LED DOT matrix display DS3231 RTC Port expander MCP23017 433 MHz radio MPU-650 gyroscope ADXL345 accelerometer WS2812 RGB LEDs Power supply MQ-xx gas sensors CO2 gas sensor ACS712 current sensor INA219 current sensor L298 motor driver MFRC522 RFID 28BYJ-48 stepper motor TMC2209 silent step stick X9C10x digital potentiometer ST7735 in a color TFT display e-Paper display Bluetooth Geiger counter SIM800L GSM module I²C multiplexer Controller Area Network

    € 11,95

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  •  -50% BBC micro:bit experimenteer kit

    Elektor Labs BBC micro:bit Experimenter's Kit

    Kit of parts for the experiments with the BBC micro:bit (not included in this kit) published in the book BBC micro:bit – 35 Touch Develop & microPython Projects. Kit contents 4x LED 4x 270 ohm resistor 5x wire (male-female) 2x wire (male-male) 3x Button 3x 10 kilo-ohm resistor 1x TMP36 temperature sensor 1x Buzzer 1x Light dependent resistor 1x RGB LED 1x BC337 transistor 1x 680 ohm resistor 1x 3 V DC motor 1x ML8511 UV sensor module 1x Mini servo 1x Small breadboard 1x BBC micro:bit edge connector 1x BBC micro:bit adapter board 1x Mounting plate

    € 39,95€ 19,95

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Elektor producten zijn geen kits zoals de andere. Elektor schakelingen zijn soms behoorlijk complex. Ze zijn zo ontworpen dat de montage ervan zo weinig problemen oplevert als redelijkerwijs verwacht mag worden. Als de door Elektor ontwikkelde kits niet bijzonder moeilijk te bouwen zijn, dan is dat juist omdat ze van A tot Z zijn ontworpen om thuis te worden gerepliceerd door veel lezers met evenveel verschillende niveaus en vaardigheden in elektronica.

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