Never seen a three-wire fan. Could you be so kind to share some photos of it.
I'm in the process of making an M1A2 Abrams remote control USA battle tank toy for my kid. I want it to have a stimulative engine and cannon Sound, recoil action when cannon fires, shooting 6mm BB bullet, equipped with high gripping Caterpillar, and a multiple-speed control. I will be sharing the ph...
jremington wrote:You will need a circuit design before you can choose components. What sorts of designs (or theories of operation) are you considering?I'm looking to build a basic beat-frequency metal detector.
Hi, I want to build a metal detector for my liquor store. So I have embarked on gathering the components I need. I wanted to know if you guys could help me with suggestions. What do I need to have for this project?
First you will need an Arduino board, sensor, and RF transmitter. Then your receiver will require an Arduino board, an RF receiver, a logic level converter, and a Raspberry Pi.
Unfortunately the manufacturers rarely standardize. Take SOT23 for instance, there are about 50+ variations on it. Take your parts datasheet, enter the component dimensions into the PCB libraries Library Expert and produce a footprint for your CAD package. The free version should enable you to do t...
Just follow the breadboard drawing for the circuit, linking one constituent at a time and always link your batteries or power supply to your circuit last. Be careful not to make any mistake.