###How to Make a Simple Circuit with EasyEDA - Step by step tutorial for Beginners###
This step by step guide with lots of screenshots for those who are just beginning to get acquainted with electronics or have not used [EasyEDA] earlier, however, hope that the pros will help you learn something useful. All screenshots are reduced to reading the article with the convenience of...
LM393 Low Power Dual Voltage Comparators DIP-8 test circuit.
Very inexpensive and a good way to learn about OpAmps. Needs 9 volts to operate.
Switch not in schema or PCB, added while building.
Zip file contains a short video of the circuit working.
Tested with DBL358, IR3F02, IR9082, IR94558, JRC4558D, NE5532, KIA393P, HA17393
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This is a small pcb that is designed to be used on an electric go-kart to display a stopwatch, motor RPMs, and cart speed as well as record this data on an SD card with a time stamp for analysis. The project is Arduino based and is ran off of 7-59 VDC or directly from a 5V source through any of the 5V or VIN pins on the data logger shield (this is not a protected input). It is designed to have w...
Some simple projects for beginners to try.
Featuring a basic discrete comparator circuit that is then used in a variety of projects including the EasyEDA ELECTRET_MIC_EE electret microphone and the LDREE, LDR (light dependent resistor, a.k.a photo resistor) symbols and their associated spice models.
Conversion old unregulated Tandy power supply to regulated 9 and 5 volt output.
Has also the little Voltage Sensor on board.
A new life for this power supply after 35 years, spending most of it in the attic. Had only a transformer,
capacitor and rectifier bridge. It had a fuse a long time ago ... Mostly all recycled parts with some new in the mix.
**Old pic (from ebay, no picture ta...
!! for learning and the fun of it, maybe next time an op-amp?!!
(all recycled parts, LED's are new)
Part of 9 and 5 volt power supply recycling project.
Power from right after rectifier, this circuit and sensing circuit need common ground.
Sense -> Low: Red LED ON = Power ON, Status LED Blue = Standby, No power to terminals.
Sense -> High: Red LED ON = Power ON, Status LED Green = runnin...