Posts Tagged ‘electronics engineers’

Need for speed: Wireless auto tachometer

Even electronics engineers need to keep their car engines purring to perfection in tip-top condition. Anyone with a need for speed performing their own automobile tune-ups knows how important it is to know one’s engine speed. With this wireless auto tachometer, it is possible to check an…

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Top 10 Tips for the PIC16C508

A common complaint shared by electronics engineers is that they run out of output lines when programming. Many projects need lots of drive lines and if one needs more than around eight, it may be wise to jump to another microcontroller. To combat this problem, as well as another nine…

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Introducing the 22 Watt audio amplifier

This clever chap has developed a cheap and easy to build 22 watt amplifier. Quite compact, the audio amplifier can be used with a car audio system, a booster for speakers in a home theatre stereo system, or to give your computer’s speakers some extra power. The audio amplifier…

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Get moody with the high power LED lamp

Here’s a great little circuit that will ensure that electronics engineers the world over will have one of the coolest apartments on the block. Toon Berten designed these high power LED mood lamps that will be sure to be a major talking point in any room. As the photos…

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