The Arduino-Inside Measurement Lab

  • BrandElektor Publishing

Description

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.

Errata/Updates

In the programs printed, all instances of “be()” should read: sei().


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An 8-in-1 test & measurement instrument for the electronics workbench A well-equipped electronics lab is crammed with power supplies, measuring... Read more

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    SKU: 20818
    EAN: 9783895766039
    ISBN: 978-3-89576-603-9
    Author: Burkhard Kainka
    Language: English
    Pages: 128 (Full Color)
    Format: 17 x 24 cm (Paperback)

    Description

    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.

    Errata/Updates

    In the programs printed, all instances of “be()” should read: sei().


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