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DIY Test Equipment

2 Posts authored by: swankybarbecue4

Just understood what the prize is haha. In that case, this could benefit me with the documentation of the different max speeds of all electric motors in my inventory. I could then select the most appropriate motor for a certain application.  

I have recently begun the construction of an 8-bit computer based around an Intel 8088 CPU. I believe that I have all necessary components for the build, but I am still not too sure. A handful of ICs (including what appears to be the clock IC) have lost their labels after years in storage. It would be very handy to have a component tester to know which pins are which; therefore, knowing what the IC is. I also have many unlabed MOSFETs with no branding or information printed in them as well. So again, it would be helpful to know which pins are G, S, and D. It would also eliminate the hassle of Googling part schematics in some cases.