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  • ADS-B Antenna (1090 MHz)

    ADS-B Antenna (1090 MHz)

    This outdoor antenna made of fiberglass is optimized for the reception of ADS-B signals on the 1090 Mhz frequency. The antenna consists of a half-wave dipole with 5 dBi gain, encapsulated inside a fiberglass radome with an aluminum mounting base. With a Raspberry Pi, an RTL-SDR and this antenna, you can receive position data from aircraft in your area for apps such as Flightradar24 or FlightAware. Specifications Frequency 1090 MHz Antenna type Dipole 1/2 wave Connector N female Installation type Mast Diam 35-60 mm (mounting bracket included) Gain 5 dBi SWR ≤1.5 Type of Polarization Vertical Maximum power 10 W Impedance 50 Ohms Dimensions 62.5 cm Tube diameter 26 mm Base antenna 32 mm Operating temperature -30°C to +60°C Included ADS-B antenna (1090 Mhz) Mast bracket (for installation on a 35 to 60 mm diameter mast)

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  • Raspberry Pi 4 OR 5 AND Pico

    Raspberry Pi 4 OR 5 AND Pico

    Cool Projects for Test, Measurement, and Control The Raspberry Pi has dominated the maker scene for many years. Freely accessible I/O pins have made it one of the most popular processor boards of all time. However, the classic Raspberry Pi has no analog inputs. Direct measurement of analog values is therefore not possible. Consequently, photodiodes, NTCs, Hall sensors, etc. cannot be read directly. In addition, the pins are connected directly to the exposed contacts, i.e. without a driver or protection circuit. This can quickly destroy the central controller and thus the entire Raspberry Pi. These problems can be elegantly solved with the Pico. As a front-end, it can easily handle a wide range of measurement tasks. In addition, the Pico is much cheaper than a classic Raspberry Pi 4 or 5. If a faulty circuit leads to the destruction of the Pico, this is relatively easy to handle. This makes the combination of a classic Raspberry Pi 4 or 5 and the Pico an ideal pair. The book introduces the broad and highly topical field of modern controller technology using the combined force of a Raspberry Pi 4 or 5 and a Raspberry Pi Pico. In addition to a detailed introduction to the operation and functionality of the controller boards themselves, the book also focuses on data acquisition and processing with digital processors. Especially the combination of both systems offers a wide range of interesting possibilities. Some practical projects from the contents: USB between Raspberry Pi 4 or 5 and Pico I²C Communication and Pico as an I²C device Voltmeter and Computer Thermometer Pico W as a Web Server and WLAN Scanner Frequency Meters and Generators OLED Displays on Raspberry Pi 4 or 5 and Pico Energy Saving Monitor Which Astronauts are in Orbit? Mini Monitor for Current Bitcoin Exchange Rate

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  •  -25% The RF & Communications Collection (USB Stick)

    The RF & Communications Collection (USB Stick)

    This USB stick holds a selection of more than 350 articles on RF, Radio and Communication published in Elektor Magazine. The content consists of both background articles and projects with the following topics: Basic radio-related circuits as well as more complex circuits like filters, oscillators, and amplifiers. Design, construction, and theory of antennas for transmitting and receiving radio signals efficiently. Design and analysis of RF circuits including filters, mixers, PLLs, and frequency synthesizers. Tools and techniques for predicting radio wave propagation paths and measuring RF signal strength. Techniques for processing digital signals in RF systems, including modulation and demodulation methods. Projects on radio receivers, AM, FM, SSB, CW, DRM, DAB, DAB+, Software Defined Radio, and more. Projects on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LoRaWAN, and more. You can use the article search function to locate specific content in the full text. The results are always shown as preformatted PDF documents. You can use Adobe Reader to browse articles, and you can use Adobe Reader’s integrated search functions to find instances of individual words and expressions.

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  • The Arduino-Inside Measurement Lab

    The Arduino-Inside Measurement Lab

    An 8-in-1 test & measurement instrument for the electronics workbench A well-equipped electronics lab is crammed with power supplies, measuring devices, test equipment and signal generators. Wouldn‘t it be better to have one compact device for almost all tasks? Based on the Arduino, a PC interface is to be developed that’s as versatile as possible for measurement and control. It simply hangs on a USB cable and – depending on the software – forms the measuring head of a digital voltmeter or PC oscilloscope, a signal generator, an adjustable voltage source, a frequency counter, an ohmmeter, a capacitance meter, a characteristic curve recorder, and much more. The circuits and methods collected here are not only relevant for exactly these tasks in the "MSR" electronics lab, but many details can also be used within completely different contexts.

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  • Elektor March/April 2024 (EN)

    Elektor March/April 2024 (EN)

    Elektor GREEN and GOLD members can download their digital edition here. Not a member yet? Click here. CaptureCountAn Object Detector and Counter on the Raspberry Pi 5 Voltage Reference With Arduino Pro MiniLinearize and Calibrate Your Analog Inputs FPGAs for BeginnersThe Path From MCU to FPGA Programming Update: STM32 Wireless Innovation Design Contest 2024 Bluetooth LE With MAUIControl Apps for Android & Co. Port-Expanding Breakout BoardIncrease the Number of I/Os on Your Dev Board AI SpecialistMachine Learning with the Jetson Nano 2024: An AI OdysseyFirst Forays Into TensorFlow 262,144 Ways to Play The Game of LifeA Reader’s Project in Brief From Life’s ExperienceThe Chinese Dragon Get Your (Brushed DC) Motor Running!Sample Projects from the Elektor Motor Control Development Bundle ESP32-RS-232 AdapterA Wireless Link for Classic Test Equipment Starting Out in Electronics……More About Opamps ESP Library Recommendations Piezoelectric DevicesPeculiar Parts, the Series A Smart Object CounterImage Recognition Made Easy with Edge Impulse Resolve Your Trickiest Embedded Development Challenges ESP32 TerminalA Handheld Device with a Touch-Capable Display Getting Started With the Zephyr RTOSAs Powerful as It Is Hard to Master Award-Winning EthicsA Dialog with CTO Alexander Gerfer of Würth Elektronik eiSos on Enabling Innovation and Mindful Behavior Err-lectronicsCorrections, Updates, and Readers’ Letters Infographics: Embedded and AI Square Wave Generation BenchmarksExploring ESP32, Pico, and Other Microcontrollers

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  • Quick 861DW Hot Air Rework Station (1000 W)

    Quick 861DW Hot Air Rework Station (1000 W)

    3 in stock

    The Quick 861DW is an advanced Hot Air Rework Station with a 1000 W heating power. It is designed for professional soldering electronic SMD components using lead-free solders. Features Three programmable channels CH1, CH2 and CH3 (for air volume and temperature parameters). Password protection and button lock function available. Magnetic switch in a stand can automatically puts the station into sleep mode when not in use. Easy real-time operation, auto sleeping function available, parameters can be set in sleeping mode. Closed loop sensor, temperature controlled by micro-computer zero trigger, large power, rapid temperature rising, temperature can be easily and accurately adjusted, not affected by airflow. Brushless vortex fan, wide range of airflow adjustable, suitable for many applications. Auto cooling function available, long lifetime ceramic heater. Specifications Power 1000 W Operating voltage AC 200~240 V Temperature range 100-500°C Air volume 1-120 class Air flow 50 l/min (Max) Dimensions 188 x 245 x 135 mm Weight 3.65 kg Downloads Manual

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    € 349,00

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  • Elektor Circuit Special 2023

    Elektor Circuit Special 2023

    Elektor GREEN and GOLD members can download their digital edition here. Not a member yet? Click here. Tiny Solar SupplySunlight In, 3.3 V Out Solid-State Stereo Audio SwitchFree of Clicks and Moving Parts Large RGB DigitWith Through-Hole WS2812 LEDs Microphone Preamplifier with 48-V Phantom Power DistributionGreat for Podcasting and Pro Audio Square Wave Generators with Duty Cycle and Frequency ControlsSimple Circuits with CMOS and TTL ICs Simple Dynamic CompressorWith Soft Control and Warm Sound Simple Electronic Lock Active RectifierA solution or 2…40 V at up to 3 A with Reverse Current Suppression On / Off Switching System for Active Boxes Unbalanced/Balanced ConverterWith RFI Filter and DC Protection 2023: An AI OdysseyWhere Did It Come From? Where Is It Going? Speed Controller for Fan or VentilatorWith Manual and Thermostat Modes The Latest from Arduino Project HubNew Projects from the Community Power Overload MonitorMonitor Power Lines for Excessive Current Blink in the Dark Without TransistorsAn Oscillator with Only Two-Terminal Parts Morse Code GeneratorUse It as Beacon or Learning Device! Programmable Video DACHandles Any Format up to RGB888 A T(eeny) Tiny PianoWithout Moving Parts Dual Dice without MCUDual Dice on a Single PCB – Plus Some Design Tricks Electronic Scarecrow Circuits to Amuse, Inspire, and Amaze LC-LP-HA ThermometerAccurate Measurements and a Binary Display THD GeneratorGenerating Distortion on Purpose Thyristor-Based Overtemperature IndicatorElectronic Components Used Unconventionally PTC Fuse Flip-Flop Funny BirdA Chirping Elektor Classic Neon Lamp with a Microcontroller Temperature-Stabilized IC Current SourceNeutralizing the Temperature Drift of Integrated Current Sources Second-Order Adjustable Treble BoostA Special Hearing Aid for the Elderly Edwin Comes HomeA Look Back After 53 Years One-Armed BanditA Simple, Fun, Nostalgic, and Educational Elektor Classic! Simple Digitally Controlled Variable Resistor Water Leak ProtectionSafeguard and Alarm for Water Leaks Eco-Timer with Auto-ShutdownNeeds 0.0 mW in Off Mode! ChatGPT and Arduino ZD MeterMeasuring Z Voltages of Z Diodes ≤ 100 V Servo Tester ESP32 Windows Controller with Free Software Analog and Mixed-Signal ICs by MicrochipLow-Consumption Power Management and Signal Processing Interface StandardsFilter and Surge Protection for the I²C Bus Li-Ion Battery MonitorResidual Charge Indicator Provides Visual Feedback PS/2 Mouse As Rotary Encoder (and More…) Simple Twilight Switchfor Retrofitting Lamps or Installations Water Pump ControllerPrepare Yourself Against Rising Water Levels Solar-Powered Christmas FM Radio BallAll You Want for Christmas Is This Vibration Sensor with RelayTap or Shake to Switch On Continuity TesterSensitive and Unintrusive Power On/Off with a Pushbutton Mini-Drill Power Control 2023A Revision of a Design from 1980 Digital Vibration SensorTurn Vibrations into Precisely Timed Pulses Reverse-Polarity Protection with Low Voltage Drop A Low-Cost Frequency Standard Tiny DCF77 SimulatorAn Accurate Fake-Time Standard The Lilygo T-PicoC3Combines RP2040 and ESP32-C3 with Full Color-TFT Display

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  • Logic Analyzers in Practice

    Logic Analyzers in Practice

    PC USB Logic Analyzers with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Co. Step-by-step instructions guide you through the analysis of modern protocols such as I²C, SPI, UART, RS-232, NeoPixel, WS28xx, HD44780 and 1-Wire protocols. With the help of numerous experimental circuits based on the Raspberry Pi Pico, Arduino Uno and the Bus Pirate, you will learn the practical application of popular USB logic analyzers. All the experimental circuits presented in this book have been fully tested and are fully functional. The necessary program listings are included – no special programming or electronics knowledge is required for these circuits. The programming languages used are MicroPython and C along with the development environments Thonny and Arduino IDE. This book uses several models of flexible and widely available USB logic analyzers and shows the strengths and weaknesses of each price range. You will learn about the criteria that matter for your work and be able to find the right device for you. Whether Arduino, Raspberry Pi or Raspberry Pi Pico, the example circuits shown allow you to get started quickly with protocol analysis and can also serve as a basis for your own experiments. After reading this book, you will be familiar with all the important terms and contexts, conduct your own experiments, analyze protocols independently, culminating in a comprehensive knowledge set of digital signals and protocols.

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  • Tektronix Epic Oscilloscopes

    Tektronix Epic Oscilloscopes

    An illustrated chronicle of Teknology for collectors and restorers Oscilloscopes have made a major contribution to the advancement of human knowledge, not only in electronics, but in all sciences, whenever a physical quantity can be converted into a timerelated electrical signal. This book traces the history of a crucial instrument through many Tektronix products. This is the company that invented and patented most of the functions found in all oscilloscopes today. Tek is and will always be synonymous with the oscilloscope. In nearly 600 pages, with hundreds of gorgeous photos, diagrams, anecdotes, and technical data, you'll travel through the history of Tektronix in a superb collector's edition with a technical point of view. The author is not afraid to get his hands dirty restoring his own Tek equipment. The journey starts in the early 1950s. It ends in the '90s, after exploring the ins and outs of the most interesting models in the 300, 400, 500, 5000, 7000, and 11000 series, from tubes to advanced hybrid technologies.

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  • Renewable Energy at Home

    Renewable Energy at Home

    A Hands-on Guide to Crafting Your Own Power Plant The book you are about to read provides a step-by-step guide for building a renewable energy power plant at home. Our goal was to make the book as practical as possible. The material is intended for immediate application with a small amount of theory. Yet, the theory is important as a foundation that saves time and effort by disabusing the readers of potential misconceptions. Specifically, upon having a firm understanding of photovoltaic physics, you will not be inclined to fruitlessly search for 90% efficient solar panels! We want our readers to be the “doers”. If the book gets covered in grime and some pages become torn while you are building your power plant – this is the best compliment to us. The book covers solar and wind energy. Also, a curious power source based on manure is discussed as well, giving the doers an opportunity to further develop the manure fuel cell. It is important to note that there are many companies offering installation of complete solar solutions. Upon installing the panels, the system is not owned by the customer. Therefore, there is no freedom for experimentation and optimization. Also, none can beat the cost of a DIY solution as well as the ultimate satisfaction. All that is written here is a result of us building a renewable energy solution in Southern California. As the book was completed, the energy began flowing!

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  • PicoBoy Mini Game Console

    PicoBoy Mini Game Console

    The Picoboy is a powerful mini handheld measuring just 3 x 5 cm. It is suitable for learning programming, developing your own games or simply playing with it. An introduction to programming with the Arduino IDE and MicroPython is available. All you need is a PC, the PicoBoy and a USB-C cable. As the PicoBoy is compatible with the Raspberry Pi Pico and the Arduino IDE, there are countless other tutorials, examples and libraries on the internet to make programming easier. Specifications 1.3' OLED display with 128 x 64 pixels (black/white) RP2040 microcontroller makes it compatible with the Raspberry Pi Pico 2x 133 MHz ARM M0+ 2 MB Flash 264 KB RAM USB-C interface for programming and data transfer 3 Pre-installed games 5-way joystick Acceleration sensor (can now also be used in Python!) Power supply via USB-C or a CR2032 button cell Dimensions: 49,2 x 29,1 x 14,5 mm Downloads GitHub

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  • MagPi n°35 (Maart-April 2024) – Gratis verzending

    MagPi n°35 (Maart-April 2024) – Gratis verzending

    MagPi is het officiële magazine van de Raspberry Pi Foundation en bevat reviews, tutorials en DIY-projecten over en met de Raspberry Pi. Elke editie van MagPi automatisch in je brievenbus?Neem nu een MagPi-jaarabonnement! INHOUD De wereld van de Raspberry Pi Waar Raspberry Pi’s worden gemaakt Dossier 50 fenomenale Raspberry Pi-projecten Raspberry Pi 5: Benchmarks, opwarmen/afkoelen Projecten Retro Pi Wereldradio Confetti-afvuur-Bot Boormachine camera TouchCam camera rePalm, PalmOS 5 op de Raspberry Pi Pico Das- en vosverjager Instant ingelijst Camera Getijdenklok Gootsonde Pihome, geld besparen op je energierekening PicoSynth-synthesizer Bullet Time bruiloft fotocabine Praktijk Gebruik Ubuntu, deel 1 Een inleiding tot MQTT Overklok de Raspberry Pi 5 Cloudgamen met Raspberry Pi 5 Python op Raspberry Pi Remote control met VNC Gebruik Ubuntu, deel 2 Interviews Jorvon Moss (Odd Jayy) Nai-Wen Hsu Reviews PicoVision (Pico W Aboard) ClipZin, Pico-connectoren

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  • MagPi n°34 (Januari-Februari 2024)

    MagPi n°34 (Januari-Februari 2024)

    MagPi is het officiële magazine van de Raspberry Pi Foundation en bevat reviews, tutorials en DIY-projecten over en met de Raspberry Pi. INHOUD Dossier Raspberry Pi 5 Launch Special! Emuleer de beste klassieke en moderne retrogames Succesverhalen Gletsjeronderzoek door de Universiteit van Leeds Basisscholen Sarawak, Maleisië Projecten Roktrack − pylongestuurde grasmaaier Pico Held − Sega Mega Drive emulator EPIC-satelliet OnnxStream Stable Diffusion Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Chip, de tweebenige gezelschapsrobot Dassencam Bristol Braille Canute 360 Grote matrixprinter Het (ChatGPT) Orakel Praktijk Python in de praktijk, deel 1: Leer programmeren met Python Elektronica voor beginners, deel 7: Bouw een Pong-game met de Raspberry Pi Cameramodule, deel 5: Camera-instellingen reBartender V0.1 Cameramodule, deel 6: Cameramodi begrijpen Python in de praktijk, deel 2: Ontdek variabelen met Python Elektronica voor beginners, deel 8: Een Community HannahMakes Nicola Provenzano Reviews Sensoren voor remote sensing buitenshuis

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  • Ulanzi TC001 ESP32-based Smart Pixel Clock

    Ulanzi TC001 ESP32-based Smart Pixel Clock

    Ulanzi TC001 is an LED pixel clock consisting of 256 individual addressable RGB LEDs (8x32) with built-in battery, buzzer, light, temperature and humidity sensor. The integrated rechargeable battery offers a runtime of up to 5 hours. The WiFi connection to the clock is made via an ESP32 chip. Ulanzi TC001 uses an ESP32-WROOM-32D module. Features Pixelated message display Simultaneous Display of the Number of Followers: Fan growth is immediately visible, suitable for YouTube, Bilibili, and Weibo. Pomodoro Clock Design: Manage your own time more scientifically. Explore unlimited possibilities: Multiple programs need to be installed through the control server to achieve more functions. Awtrix Makes it Better: Awtrix simulator in TC001’s firmware simulates an Awtrix matrix and allows you to control the clock using a standard Awtrix host. Hi-tech and stunning appearance: Modeling simple atmosphere, LED full-color pixel screen with better imaging. Built-in 4400 mAh battery with up to 5 hours of battery life. Specifications Number of LEDs: 256 (8x32) Operating voltage: 3.7 V Power: 3 W Battery capacity: 4400 mAh Interface: USB-C Dimensions: 200.6 x 70.3 x 31.9 mm Weight: 283 g Inbegrepen Ulanzi TC001 Smart Pixel Clock USB cable Manual Downloads Firmware

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  • Raspberry Pi 5 Essentials

    Raspberry Pi 5 Essentials

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    Program, build, and master over 60 projects with Python The Raspberry Pi 5 is the latest single-board computer from the Raspberry Pi Foundation. It can be used in many applications, such as in audio and video media centers, as a desktop computer, in industrial controllers, robotics, and in many domestic and commercial applications. In addition to the well-established features found in other Raspberry Pi computers, the Raspberry Pi 5 offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (classic and BLE), which makes it a perfect match for IoT as well as in remote and Internet-based control and monitoring applications. It is now possible to develop many real-time projects such as audio digital signal processing, real-time digital filtering, real-time digital control and monitoring, and many other real-time operations using this tiny powerhouse. The book starts with an introduction to the Raspberry Pi 5 computer and covers the important topics of accessing the computer locally and remotely. Use of the console language commands as well as accessing and using the desktop GUI are described with working examples. The remaining parts of the book cover many Raspberry Pi 5-based hardware projects using components and devices such as LEDs and buzzers LCDs Ultrasonic sensors Temperature and atmospheric pressure sensors The Sense HAT Camera modules Example projects are given using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules to send and receive data from smartphones and PCs, and sending real-time temperature and atmospheric pressure data to the cloud. All projects given in the book have been fully tested for correct operation. Only basic programming and electronics experience are required to follow the projects. Brief descriptions, block diagrams, detailed circuit diagrams, and full Python program listings are given for all projects described.

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  • USB Logic Analyzer (8-ch, 24 MHz)

    USB Logic Analyzer (8-ch, 24 MHz)

    This USB Logic Analyzer is an 8-channel logic analyzer with each input dual purposed for analog data recording. It is perfect for debugging and analyzing signals like I²C, UART, SPI, CAN and 1-Wire. It operates by sampling a digital input connected to a device under test (DUT) at a high sample rate. The connection to the PC is via USB. Specifications Channels 8 digital channels Maximum sampling rate 24 MHz Maximum input voltage 0 V ~ 5 V Operating temperature 0°C ~ 70°C Input impedance 1 MΩ || 10 pF Supported protocols I²C, SPI, UART, CAN, 1-Wire, etc. PC connection USB Dimensions 55 x 28 x 14 mm Included USB Logic Analyzer (8-ch, 24 MHz) USB Cable Jumper Wire Ribbon Cable Downloads Software

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  •  -33% Electromagnetic Radiation Tester WT3122

    Electromagnetic Radiation Tester WT3122

    This radiation survey meter can test electric field radiation and magnetic field emission to reach the optimal test result. It is used to test and learn electromagnetic radiation situations indoor and outdoor. It is equipped with a built-in electromagnetic radiation sensor, which can display the radiation value on the LCD after processing by the control microchip. You can make reasonable processing or taking effective prevention measures toward the electromagnetic radiation according to the test result. Features One detector for two uses, simultaneous detection of electric and magnetic field radiation Color-screen display Sound and light alarm, automatic alarm above safe value Press one button to lock radiation value (data lock) LCD graphic display of radiation value trend Radiation assessment, indicating if current radiation value is at safe level Easy to operate with one hand, move or perform on-site measurement Applications Electromagnetic radiation monitoring: House and apartment, office, outdoor and industrial site Electromagnetic radiation test: Mobile phone, computer, TV set, refrigerator and high voltage cable radiation test Radiation protection product test: Test effects of radiation-proof clothes, radiation-proof film and other prevention articles Specifications Electric field Magnetic field Unit V/m uT / mG Accuracy 1 V/m 0.01 uT/ 0.1 mG Range 1~1999 V/m 0.01~99.99 uT/ 0.1~999.9 mG Alarm threshold 40 V/m 0.4 uT/4 mG Reading display 3½ digit LCD Measurement bandwidth 5 Hz~3500 MHz Sampling time About 0.4s Measurement mode Dual mode at the same time Overload indication Maximum value of measurement range on LCD Operation temperature 0~50°C Operation humidity Relative humidity below 80% Working voltage 3.7 V Power 3.7 V Lithium battery Dimensions 61 x 25 x 134 mm Weight 131 g Downloads Manual

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  • Aoyue 8486 Fume Extractor

    Aoyue 8486 Fume Extractor

    The Aoyue 8486 fume extractor utilizes 3 filters including HEPA and activated carbon beads for the max. extraction efficiency. It removes 97% of particles greater than 0.3 um. Easily position the fume extractor soldering hose exactly where you need it over the work. Dial in the perfect amount of fume extraction power using the large front panel readout and control dial. Aoyue 8486 redirects soldering smoke caused by burning flux and other fumes away from your face so you can breathe. Features Desktop fume extraction system with HEPA filter (high efficiency particulate air filter) for removing the dust particles and enhanced activated carbon filtration system. With actual carbon filter beads. Powerful suction, quiet operation. Electronic control panel with variable airflow adjustment. Sub-filters extend the life of main filters. Free standing arms. Arms can be bent as desired and maintain their shape after adjustment. Unit has mount holes so it can be attached to walls to free up desk space. Specifications Voltage input 220 V DC voltage 12 V Suction fan 3.59 m/s Suction power 18-100% HEPA filter H11 class Carbon filter Activated carbon 800 IV (cylinder type) Dimensions 184 x 184 x 152 mm (W x H x D) Weight 1.8 kg Included Main unit Flexible extractor tube Filter hood HEPA filter Activated carbon filter Sub air filter DC power brick Instruction manual

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  • Radio Builder's Book

    Radio Builder's Book

    From Detector to Software Defined RadioRadio frequency (RF) technology is one of the areas which still allows putting your own ideas into practice. Countless circuit variants with special objectives allow space for meaningful experiments and projects. Many things simply aren’t available off the shelf. Crystal detector radios without their own power source, simple tube receivers with a touch of nostalgia, the first reception attempts at Software Defined Radio, special receivers for amateur radio, all this can be realized with little effort and as a perfect introduction to RF electronics.For a long time, radio construction was the first step into electronics. Meanwhile, there are other ways, especially via computers, microcontrollers, and digital technology. However, the analog roots of electronics are often neglected. Elementary radio technology and easy-to-do experiments are particularly well suited as a learning field for electronics because you can start with the simplest basics here.But the connection to modern digital technology is also obvious, for example, when it comes to modern tuning methods such as PLL and DDS or modern DSP radios.This book aims to give an overview and present a collection of simple RF projects. The author would like to support you to develop your own ideas, to design your own receivers and to test them.

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  • RA-08H LoRaWAN Development Board with integrated RP2040 and 1.8" LCD (EU868)

    RA-08H LoRaWAN Development Board with integrated RP2040 and 1.8" LCD (EU868)

    Lora technology and Lora devices have been widely used in the field of the Internet of Things (IoT), and more and more people are joining and learning Lora development, making it an indispensable part of the IoT world. To help beginners learn and develop Lora technology better, a Lora development board has been designed specifically for beginners, which uses RP2040 as the main control and is equipped with the RA-08H module that supports Lora and LoRaWAN protocols to help users realize development. RP2040 is a dual-core, high-performance, and low-power ARM Cortex-M0+ architecture chip, suitable for IoT, robots, control, embedded systems, and other application fields. RA-08H is made from the Semtech-authorized ASR6601 RF chip, which supports the 868 MHz frequency band, has a 32 MHz MCU built-in, which has more powerful functions than ordinary RF modules, and also supports AT command control. This board retains various functional interfaces for development, such as the Crowtail interface, the common PIN to PIN header that leads out GPIO ports, and provides 3.3 V and 5 V outputs, suitable for the development and use of commonly used sensors and electronic modules on the market. In addition, the board also reserves RS485 interface, SPI, I²C, and UART interfaces, which can be compatible with more sensors/modules. In addition to the basic development interfaces, the board also integrates some commonly used functions, such as a buzzer, a custom button, red-yellow-green three-color indicator lights, and a 1.8-inch SPI interface LCD screen with a resolution of 128x160. Features Uses RP2040 as the main controller, with two 32-bit ARM Cortex M0+ processor cores (dual-core), and provides more powerful performance Integrates the RA-08H module with 32 MHz MCU, supports the 868 MHz frequency band and AT command control Abundant external interface resources, compatible with Crowtail series modules and other common interface modules on the market Integrates commonly used functions like buzzer, LED light, LCD display and custom button, making it more concise and convenient when creating projects Onboard 1.8-inch 128x160 SPI-TFT-LCD, ST7735S driver chip Compatible with Arduino/Micropython, easy to carry out different projects Specifications Main Chip Raspberry Pi RP2040, built-in 264 KB SRAM, onboard 4 MB Flash Processor Dual Core Arm Cortex-M0+ @ 133 MHz RA-08H Frequency band 803-930 MHz RA-08H Interface External antenna, SMA interface or IPEX first-generation interface LCD Display Onboard 1.8-inch 128x160SPI-TFT-LCD LCD Resolution 128x160 LCD Driver ST7735S (4-wire SPI) Development environment Arduino/MicroPython Interfaces 1x passive buzzer 4x user-defined buttons 6x programmable LEDs 1x RS485 communication interface 8x 5 V Crowtail interfaces (2x analog interfaces, 2x digital interfaces, 2x UART, 2x I²C) 12x 5 V universal pin header IO 14x 3.3 V universal pin header IO 1x 3.3 V/5 V switchable SPI 1x 3.3 V/5 V switchable UART 3x 3.3 V/5 V switchable I²C Working input voltage USB 5 V/1 A Operating temperature -10°C ~ 65°C Dimensions 102 x 76.5 mm (L x W) Included 1x Lora RA-08H Development Board 1x Lora Spring Antenna (868 MHz) 1x Lora Rubber Antenna (868 Mhz) Downloads Wiki

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  •  -14% Practical Audio DSP Projects with the ESP32

    Practical Audio DSP Projects with the ESP32

    Easy and Affordable Digital Signal Processing The aim of this book is to teach the basic principles of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and to introduce it from a practical point of view using the bare minimum of mathematics. Only the basic level of discrete-time systems theory is given, sufficient to implement DSP applications in real time. The practical implementations are described in real time using the highly popular ESP32 DevKitC microcontroller development board. With the low cost and extremely popular ESP32 microcontroller, you should be able to design elementary DSP projects with sampling frequencies within the audio range. All programming is done using the popular Arduino IDE in conjunction with the C language compiler. After laying a solid foundation of DSP theory and pertinent discussions on the main DSP software tools on the market, the book presents the following audio-based sound and DSP projects: Using an I²S-based digital microphone to capture audio sound Using an I²S-based class-D audio amplifier and speaker Playing MP3 music stored on an SD card through an I²S-based amplifier and speaker Playing MP3 music files stored in ESP32 flash memory through an I²S-based amplifier and speaker Mono and stereo Internet radio with I²S-based amplifiers and speakers Text-to-speech output with an I²S-based amplifier and speaker Using the volume control in I²S-based amplifier and speaker systems A speaking event counter with an I²S-based amplifier and speaker An adjustable sinewave generator with I²S-based amplifier and speaker Using the Pmod I²S2 24-bit fast ADC/DAC module Digital low-pass and band-pass real-time FIR filter design with external and internal A/D and D/A conversion Digital low-pass and band-pass real-time IIR filter design with external and internal A/D and D/A conversion Fast Fourier Transforms (FFT)

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  • Pixel Pump - Pick-and-Place Machine for Manual SMT Assembly

    Pixel Pump - Pick-and-Place Machine for Manual SMT Assembly

    Pixel Pump is an open source vacuum pump for manual SMT assembly. It comes with a comfortable pen, a foot pedal, RGB LED buttons, and a variety of features that make hand assembly a lot more fun. It’s the perfect companion for manual SMT soldering applications, from individual prototypes to small production runs. Thoughtful, High-Quality Design Pixel Pump ships with a set of five stainless-steel nozzles in each of five different sizes, with outer diameters ranging from 0.3 mm all the way up to 1.8 mm. With this set, you should be able to pick and place most SMD components, including small 0402 passives, larger parts like inductors and ICs, and just about everything in between. The nozzles are held in place by a Luer lock slip fitting that facilitates quick nozzle changes and broad compatibility with third-party nozzles. The pen itself features a barbed connection for the air hose and incorporates four M8 steel nuts to give it some heft and to enable magnetic attachment to Pixel Pump. Tactile silicone buttons with RGB backlighting offer full control over the unit. You can change operation modes, switch between high- and low-power settings, or activate reverse mode to clean your nozzle. The buttons also allow you to configure things like vacuum power and LED brightness. Pixel Pump has a pressure-relief valve that dumps vacuum to ensure that your part gets released quickly when you release the foot pedal. Optionally, you can configure that valve to switch from suction mode to pressure mode, which quickly and easily cleans the nozzle in case you have accidentally sucked in debris like solder paste. A sintered air filter protects the vacuum pump and valves from debris that might otherwise be sucked into the system. It is accessible from the outside and can easily be cleaned and reused. A Perfect Companion For Prototype Boards & Small-Scale Manufacturing Pixel Pump was designed primarily for individuals and organizations that manufacture one-off prototypes, but it’s also well suited for small production runs. It’s super easy to use and is actually faster than an automated pick-and-place machine for smaller batch sizes, especially when combined with SMD Magazines. Pixel Pump is the perfect companion for hobbyists and professionals who love making their own PCBs. Features Comfortable pen that accommodates various vacuum nozzles Small, flexible, heat-resistant silicone hose that connects the pen to Pixel Pump Magnetic base for the pen Strong, adjustable vacuum, perfect for picking small and large components alike Tactile, silicone RGB-button interface Foot pedal for triggering the pump Adjustable high/low power settings Adjustable LED brightness Reverse mode, which creates pressure instead of suction to clean nozzles Vacuum relief valve for quick depressurization to drop parts more quickly Easy software updates via USB Type-C Compact design that respects the limited surface area of your workbench Downloads 3D STL Files Firmware Mainboard Schematics UI Board Schematics Motor Controller Schematics

    € 599,00

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  • Mastering the Arduino Uno R4

    Mastering the Arduino Uno R4

    Programming and Projects for the Minima and WiFiBased on the low-cost 8-bit ATmega328P processor, the Arduino Uno R3 board is likely to score as the most popular Arduino family member so far, and this workhorse has been with us for many years. Recently, the new Arduino Uno R4 was released, based on a 48-MHz, 32-bit Cortex-M4 processor with a huge amount of SRAM and flash memory. Additionally, a higher-precision ADC and a new DAC are added to the design. The new board also supports the CAN Bus with an interface.Two versions of the board are available: Uno R4 Minima, and Uno R4 WiFi. This book is about using these new boards to develop many different and interesting projects with just a handful of parts and external modules, which are available as a kit from Elektor. All projects described in the book have been fully tested on the Uno R4 Minima or the Uno R4 WiFi board, as appropriate.The project topics include the reading, control, and driving of many components and modules in the kit as well as on the relevant Uno R4 board, including LEDs 7-segment displays (using timer interrupts) LCDs Sensors RFID Reader 4×4 Keypad Real-time clock (RTC) Joystick 8×8 LED matrix Motors DAC (Digital-to-analog converter) LED matrix WiFi connectivity Serial UART CAN bus Infrared controller and receiver Simulators … all in creative and educational ways with the project operation and associated software explained in great detail.

    € 34,95

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  • LDROBOT D500 LiDAR Kit - 360-degree Laser Range Scanner (12 m)

    LDROBOT D500 LiDAR Kit - 360-degree Laser Range Scanner (12 m)

    Time-of-flight ranging technology Using time-of-flight ranging technology, the distance is measured according to the flight time of the laser pulse. Within the effective detection range of 12 m, the radar ranging accuracy will not change with the distance, and the average ranging accuracy of ±45 mm can be achieved. With the first-class algorithm logic of LDROBOT, it can realize the robot's 360-degree environmental detection, autonomous mapping and obstacle detection. Long lasting Brushless Motor, high speed wireless data transmission, life time up to 10,000 hours of use. Resistant to bright light The rigorous optical design and powerful chip capability ensure that the STL-19P is resistant to strong light, and can effectively avoid strong light interference, and can resist 30,000 Lux of strong light, It is able to achieve high frequency and high precision distance measurement and accurate map building indoors and outdoors. 360° all-round laser-scanning The STL-19P rotates clockwise in the rangefinder core, enabling 360 degree scanning and range detection of the surrounding environment. This results in a contour map of the surrounding environment and a point cloud of information on the location of obstacles. Distance measurement up to 12 m radius The longer range allows the robot to perceive environmental information over a longer range, ensuring the robot's ability to cruise and build maps over a large area. Compact and stylish The compact structure design, with its stylish appearance, smaller size and lower power consumption, can be built into the machine, reducing the overall size and improving the robot's passability. Applications Home service robot Commercial service robot Special robot Drone Industrial robot Specifications Distance measuring range 0.02-12 m Scanning frequency 5-13 Hz Ranging accuracy ±45 mm Ranging frequency 4500 Hz Scanning angle 360° Size 38.6 x 38.6 x 34.8 mm Included 1x Lidar STL-19P 1x Serial line 1x Interface adapter 1x USB cable 1x User manual Downloads GitHub

    € 89,95

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