Circuits & Schematics Measurement

Subsection: "Measurement"
  Including:
  Oscilloscopes
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  1. Tirdad Sadri Nejad Hackster.io With a code size of 1 KB on an ATtiny13A MCU, this tiny module measures voltages up to 22 volts and current up to 5 amps. There are a lot of so-called USB doctor modules which are used for monitoring currents flowing ...
    26-03-2020
  2. Chuck Wojslaw EDN Figure 1. This schematic depicts a basic voltage-to-frequency converter. The basic VFC (voltage-to-frequency converter) in Figure 1 comprises an integrator (IC 1 ) and a Schmitt-trigger circuit (IC 2 ). The integrator converts the ...
    06-03-2020
  3. Guido Nopper Electronic Design Incremental-rotation or linear encoders are very common, but normally they do not provide a direction signal. This design shows an easy way to detect forward or reverse direction. Incremental encoders normally provide ...
    30-12-2019
  4. John Wynne EDN In applications in which you need remote measurement of temperature with a three-wire RTD (resistance-temperature detector), it is important to eliminate the ohmic errors caused by the excitation current flowing through the wiring ...
    12-12-2019
  1. Shyam Tiwari EDN Using ac-line power sources and batteries for remote humidity sensors is undesirable because these sources can be troublesome if you mount them in inaccessible points, such as smokestacks, cold-storage chambers, or darkrooms, where ...
    12-12-2019
  2. Stephen Woodward EDN TEC (thermoelectric-cooler) temperature-control systems often have limited stability. The causes of these limitations are the thermal properties of the system, not the performance of the control electronics. Real-world ...
    03-12-2019
  3. Stephen Woodward EDN Most engineers know about the solid-state refrigerators called Peltier devices or, more commonly, TECs (thermoelectric coolers) and how they can actively cool temperature-sensitive electronic components, such as optical ...
    03-12-2019
  4. Alan Erzinger EDN Most object-sensing systemshave problems detecting the presence of an object. The system in Figure 1 uses an oscillator to ease detection problems and allow sorting. The oscillator reduces power dissipation in the photodiode by ...
    08-11-2019
  5. Stephen Woodward EDN In theory, the design of current sensing circuitry, typically based on simple measurement of the IR voltage developed across a resistor placed in series with the current to be sensed, looks like an easy task. In theory. But in ...
    20-10-2019
  6. Circuits Analogue Design Measurement Supply Linear Technology LT6202 LTC2057 LTC2508-32 LTC6655
    Guy Hoover, Analog Devices Design Note 568 Attaining optimal SNR performance from an ADC isn’t just a matter of providing a low noise signal to the ADC’s input. Providing a low noise reference voltage is just as important. While ...
    11-09-2019