Tab Label Tab Content About This evaulation kit is based on the PAN1762 Series RF Module. It is Panasonic’s Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy RF Module based on the Toshiba TC35680 single-chip controller. The new Bluetooth 5.0 features with the new PAN1762 enable a higher symbol rate of 2 Mbps using the high-speed 2M PHY or a significantly longer range… Show more
Some component testing..... Electronic Interfaces This blog describes the interface for all of the GraffitiBot sensors and actuators. The GraffitiBot beast includes 18 sensors, 10 motors, a mSD card, an LCD, a Bluetooth radio, a capacitive keypad, and 2 Cortex M4 MCUs. The capacitive keypad actually boosts the number of sensors to 30.… Show more
Merry Boxes & LEDs Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Maker Tool Kit, an Oscilloscope Grand Prize for the project that brings the Most Joy to the Heart, and Gift to Gives! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll The Grand Prize Gift to Keep: RTB2400 Oscilloscope Gift to Give: A Home Lab Tool… Show more
I'm road testing the Keithley Bench Digital Multimeter DMM6500. In this blog, I verify the performance of an EEVBlog µCurrent; from the DMM6500 frontpanel controls.. The µCurrent is a test instrument that translates current to volt. You can think of it as a shunt resistor with an amplifier. It's specifically designed to be used for low… Show more
The Z80 is still manufactured today and I was wondering whether there is any interest for a community or discussion group.
Merry Boxes & LEDs Enter Your Project for a chance to win a Maker Tool Kit, an Oscilloscope Grand Prize for the project that brings the Most Joy to the Heart, and Gift to Gives! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll Intro. On the run up to Christmas this year, we had a works lunch which involved… Show more
Polymer Capacitor Quiz Test your polymer capacitor knowledge on how they achieve benefits such as a low ESR, improved stability, and greater tolerance for high ripple currents. Return to Passive Components element14 has been talking about polymer capacitors a lot in the last few months. Before we talk too much, we thought we would give…