Showing posts with label Educational. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Educational. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Analog Op-Amp Interactive Tutors

I have made some Web Widgets, these are analog opamp tutors. Interactive Tutorial with Simulated Meters and Potentiometers, demonstrating how Operational Amplifier functions in different configurations.

Interactive Tutorials using Virtual Electronic Components 

Slide the Potentiometers just like you would operate a Sliding Control. Drag the Knob on Pot to increase or decrease the resistance. The Resistance is shown is blue letters and dynamically alters value as you slide the pot.


The mV Source is varied by just moving mouse pointer over the two buttons, no clicking. This reduces finger strain and also you have a long lasting mouse. The mV buttons are special, the variation picks up speed if you let the mouse pointer remain on the button. This is Ramp-up and Ramp-down. This enables you to set it faster with just two buttons.

Finally you have a DVM a Digital Volt Meter that just Displays the Voltage at any Point, this readout value has to be noted down.

Analog Electronics Tutorials
If you wish to examine the code - Analog Tutorials Project Page.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Build Electronic Circuits Like a Pro

If you want to build electronic circuits, you need to connect the components of your circuit somehow. If you expect to make your circuit work more than just a few times, you need a solid way of connecting them. You need to create a printed circuit board (PCB).

"I started playing with electronics as a hobby when I was 14. Since then I have finished a Master's degree and founded two electronic design companies."

Build Electronic Circuits Like a Pro

Build Electronic Circuits Like a Pro

The radar sensor uses a Ultra-Wideband (UWB) chip from Novelda. It sends out electromagnetic pulses and analyzes the pulses that are reflected back. In the video above, a part of the electromagnetic pulse will be reflected back when it hits the wall and a part of it penetrates the wall and is reflected from the cabinet behind the wall.

Radar Circuit Enables See-through Wall Robot

delabs Notes

This is a nice Educational Website built by Oyvind from Norway. Only when we read and learn from the experience and views of others, our brain opens up to new ideas and we develop a wide perspective.

Friday, June 15, 2012

KTechLab - Open Source IDE

KTechLab project. KTechLab is a an IDE for microcontrollers and electronics. It supports circuit simulation, program development for microcontrollers and simulating the programmed microcontroller together with its application circuit. Ktechlab was developed by David Saxton.

KTechLab - Open Source IDE

From Design Gopher - Electronic Product Development

Integrated Design Environment (IDE) for electronic and PIC microcontroller circuit design and simulation. Featuring an extensive circuit designer with autorouting and simulation of many common electronic components and logic elements, KTechLab is the idea tool for educational or hobbyist use. You can simulate analog circuits and logical circuits using KTechLab.

You can write programs using Assembly, C (SDCC), or Flow Code - program the microcontroller(PIC) using flowchart. Another option is Microbe a programming language like BASIC.

KTechLab supports a wide range of Open Source PIC programmers, enabling finalised PIC programs to be quickly and easily transfered to a real PIC microcontroller.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Professor Mark Csele - Projects and Hobbies

"I present, below, a collection of projects I have worked-on over the past few years. For over a decade, I had taught both embedded systems (microcontroller technology) and digital signal processing and practice what I preach...."

Professor Mark Csele - Projects and Hobbies

Nixie Thermostat - A heating and cooling thermostat employing technologies spanning fourty years from the unique Nixie tube display, circa 1960's, to a PIC 18F microcontroller, circa 2006.

A High-Powered Power Backup Inverter

A High-Powered Power Backup Inverter - The working prototype of the 2 KVA inverter is complete. Fed from an array of lead-acid cells totalling 600 Ah (at 12 Volts), it easily drives real-world loads such as single-phase motors. The inverter has been tested and found to operate at an efficiency of between 71% and 82% driving a variety of both inductive and resistive loads

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Electronics Club Tutorials

Electronics Club Tutorials

John Hewes, Kelsey Park Sports College.

  • Example Projects
  • Construction of Projects
  • Soldering Guide
  • Study Electronics
  • Electronic Components
  • Circuit Symbols

This is good place to start your electronics study, it has a practical and simple Approach - delabs