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  I have been slowly working through a series of projects and tutorials to share and teach how to use various components and how these can be applied to a Home / Lab power supply, DC Load and the likes.   In order to have our first complete tool, I have completed a DC Load to the above specifications and here are the schematics, and pictures in support of the build   First up the schematic Adhering to the classic, It contains a 5V reference IC and a Dual Op-Amp, most of the s ...
Hi Everyone,   This is a project that most people including myself have been wanting to do for a while. I would firstly like to thank peteroakes for the inspiration to actually get off my ass and start the project.   As I am slowly delving into the world of Video Blogs I have decided to take this project online to document my progress along the way. Similar in principlle to what other blogs are and looking at expanding the project further to create a more complex controllable solutio ...
The video leading up to this one can be found here Raspberry PI 2.0, Windows 10 and how to drive the DAC8734 from TI (AKA the DAC8734EVM Road test Board), This is the third Raspberry PI 2.0, Windows 10 and how to drive the DAC8734 from TI - Software review This post is a direct result of having issues while trying to get the DAC8734 working on the PI, in previous applications I had written on the PI and with Windows 10 for IOT, I had simply used Mode 0 SPI clocking and it worked without issues ...
Inspired by the Shop Tips series by jw0752 , I thought it was worthwhile to show some home-made circuit board holders I have recently been using. The aim was to support the circuit boards in an angled position, to make it easier to work them. The solutions described here were found to be useful during development, test and other prototyping activities such as connecting up scope probes to boards for measurement purposes. The holders could also be used at exhibitions as display stands.   ...

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