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OT: Immigrants [8 replies]

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Help please with DC motor control [16 replies]

Started by Unknown 18 hours ago

Greetings All, I am working on a project in my shop that requires constant tension on a nylon cord. The cord comes is pulled off of a spool a certain amount and cut. I have drag on the spool becaus...Help please with DC motor control

Class D audio, and motor speed control [4 replies]

Started by Unknown 1 day ago

I found this tutorial on Class D audio circuits: and noticed there is no freewheeling diode, as there is in motor control circuits. W...Class D audio, and motor speed control

Fluke 5100B [2 replies]

Posted by Robert T. - 1 day ago

Hi all, I am looking to calibrate 16 bit A/D converters used in several configurations (DC voltage, AC voltage, and RTD) and was wondering if a Fluke 5100B 4.5 digit calibrator would be a good ch...Fluke 5100B

New Spice Model Posted

Posted by Jim Thompson - 2 days ago

Just posted to the Device Models & Subcircuits page of my website... Apex Microtechnology's ( low quiescent, high power dissipation operat...New Spice Model Posted

OT: Inexpensive digital microscope [3 replies]

Posted by Pimpom - 3 days ago

I'm thinking of ordering a cheap digital microscope like the one in the link below. I don't expect to get the image quality of a $1000 optiocal lab microscope but the sample images look quite ac...OT: Inexpensive digital microscope

Notice to Robert Baer [9 replies]

Posted by Jim Thompson - 3 days ago

It is very easy to filter out spam. However it is not easy to filter out your feeding the trolls and thus giving them a podium. Please stop. ...Jim ...Notice to Robert Baer

Microphone arrays and Raspberry Pi [3 replies]

Posted by Tareq Matar - 3 days ago

this is my first project and im confused about microphones, i want to conne= ct four electret microphones to the Raspberry Pi and i dont know where to c= onnect them, am i supposed to use analog/dig...Microphone arrays and Raspberry Pi

OT: Play Democrat. [6 replies]

Posted by Jim Thompson - 5 days ago ...Jim Thompson -- | James E.Thompson | mens | | Analog I...OT: Play Democrat.

OT: Bluetooth Question [7 replies]

Posted by Jim Thompson - 5 days ago

My laptop has no built-in Bluetooth capability. I've been pondering... could I add a Bluetooth dongle and then use the laptop as a speakerphone (linked to my cellphone)? ...OT: Bluetooth Question

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