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OmniVision’s OV6948 image sensor is smaller than a grain of pepper. The tiny camera is ideal for procedures that involve small parts of the body. (Image credit: OmniVision)   OmniVision, a developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, has earned a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records. The company announced that they now hold the record for the smallest commercially available image sensor. The OV6948 image sensor, which is smaller than a grain of pepper, measures only half a ...
Introduction  After sneaking in a brief review of the RS-9985 Insulation Multimeter from RS Pro, more as a comparison against the other two CEM rebrands, I have moved back into the heavy weight division in the form of the MIC-30 from Sonel. Previous testers reviewed are;   Keysight Insulation Multimeter Failure   Megger MIT420/2 Road Test   Chauvin Arnoux CA6526 Insulation Tester Review   Flir IM75 Insulation Tester Review   Extech MG302 Insulation Tester Review  ...
Thanks to Project14 and the Electronic Toys contest I have a new bench power supply!  Thanks tariq.ahmad.  In this blog I will outline why I selected it and my first impressions.  I also do a quick out of the box check to make sure things seem to work as they should.   I have needed to upgrade my power supply for quite some time and have been on the lookout for something with the following specifications: Reasonably priced 0-30 V 0-3 A mA setting resolution and low mA ...
The +POOL Light changes color depending on the health of the East River. The installation tracks the water’s health using a specially made algorithm. (Image credit: Playlab Inc)   A new art installation in New York City is more than just an odd attraction to take a selfie in front of. A new floating sculpture, called +POOL Light, recently appeared in the East River off Pier 17. Looking like a giant illuminated ‘X’ the installation is actually a way to determine the safety ...

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