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...
Simple and yet extremely useful adapter for the universal meter. With the need to measure inductivity, you can meet mainly during the assembly of the radio system. In practice, it is not always possible to use ready-made inductances, but there are various problems (eg illegible markings). Even more problems are with self-inductive components. The conclusion of this one - inductance before mounting should be checked. They are not required for this, commercially available and expensive meters - all you need is a presented layout and a simple digital universal meter.
The booster is built on six Schmitt inverters (74HCT14 circuit). They form a 128 kHz generator, a separator amplifier and phase inverter. The output signal is supplied to a universal meter working as a millivolt meter.
The device is especially recommended for all electronics - in the service and workshop, radioamators and amateur radio