32-channel logic analyzer with a sampling frequency of 500 MHz. It can...
Universal case adapted to most popular single-board computers, incl....
Precision cross screwdriver ph0 x 50mm - YT-25835
Slotted precision screwdriver 3.0x50mm - YT-25809
Slotted precision screwdriver 2.0x50mm - YT-25805
Precision Phillips screwdriver 1 x 50 mm - YT-25838
The laboratory meter allows you to measure AC and DC voltage, AC and DC...
The two-channel function/arbitrary generator allows you to generate...
Author: Simon Monk
Format: 424 pages
Practical provisions of electronic solutions using Arduino and Raspberry Pi.
To start working with electronics, you do not have to be an engineer in this field. Thanks to widely available and inexpensive components, many sources of knowledge and inspiration, and willing to help the community, electronics becomes the favorite hobby of a growing number of people. Many of them become professionals, creating ingenious and useful constructions. Naturally, this does not mean that this field has become completely problem-free fun: an electronics technician should have some theoretical knowledge and be able to solve specific problems specific to electronics.
This book is a solid starting point for amateur electronics and people who want to deal with this area professionally. Particularly important element of the book is to discuss the basics of electronics and issues of microcontroller application, creating various types of power supplies, using appropriate transistors for various purposes, using analog and digital integrated circuits, as well as designing and prototyping, and using research equipment. The book was organized in this way to facilitate the quick finding of the necessary issue and the use of the appropriate provision.
In this book you will find topics such as: