I always wantedo create a color organ, and recently I started learning about electronics.
I designed this circuit, but never tested it yet (waiting for parts to arrive).
If you have advise, please feel free to contact me here: https://goo.gl/xBLJye
It is possibe that I designed something wrong, so if you find any mistake, please contact with me. Thanks for your help.
The project describes a compact DIY dual H-bridge using pairs of P and N channel MOSFET's. The H-bridge is built for Arduino, but can be used for Raspberry Pi as well. H-Bridge supports PWM.
The PCD is made in a way to assemmble it using prototyping board, I recommend to use 1 layer board. LED's are to indicate wheh any of P-channel mosfets is active and visualase output's state.
Advantage of pro...
Esquema eletrônico do extensor de corrente para ser usado no hotbed ou hotend. Montei, testei e está funcionando muito bem.
Para quem se aventurar a projetar a PCB, leve em conta que estamos tratando com correntes eletricas altas, então cuide de adotar trilhas grossas para fonte e a carga.
A basic lab/bench power supply that I'm designing from bits and pieces around the web. One of my goals is to build this PSU with as many recycled components as possible.
Sources I've drawn from:
**EOG Arduino shield**
It is an electrical representation of the eye ball movement. Assuming that the resting potential is constant, the recorded potential is a measure of the eye's position, the eye acts as a dipole in which the anterior pole is positive and the posterior pole is negative. Accordingly, we have horizontal EOG (HEOG) where the...
**ECG Arduino shield**
It is the electrical activities of the muscle and the nerve cells that control it (motor neurons). Motor neurons transmit electrical signals that cause muscles to contract. The signal is shown in figure (3), when muscles are active, they produce an electrical current, this current is usually proportional to the level of...