Circuits & Schematics Measurement

Subsection: "Measurement"
  Including:
  Oscilloscopes
Search results: 291 Output: 1-10
  1. Alfredo Saab EDN Temperature sensors must sometimes operate at locations whose return potentials differ considerably from that of the data-acquisition system's common that is, equipotential ground. In consequence, the temperature sensor's ...
    23-06-2020
  2. Bill Schweber Electronic Design A family of PTC thermistors conquers the calibration and linearity errors associated with conventional NTC temperature devices. Temperature is the most widely measured physical variable and designers have many ...
    17-06-2020
  3. Alfredo del Rio and Ana Cao y Paz EDN The use of a linear optocoupler and a capacitor-based power supply yields a simple, yet precise power-line-monitoring system. The circuit in Figure 1 converts the 110 V-ac power-line voltage to an ac output ...
    19-05-2020
  4. Jeremy S. Cook hackster.io In this project, I am showing you how to build a digital laser tachometer based on Arduino for around 10$. If you need to measure rotational speed, you can just buy it or do it yourself and learn something while building ...
    10-05-2020
  1. Circuits Arduino Measurement MCP3422 LT3092 ULN2003
    Emmanuel Odunlade electronics-lab.com One of the best things about being a maker is the ability to make your own tools. We have covered the development of several electronics tools in past, from voltmeters to battery testers. For today’s ...
    24-04-2020
  2. Marián Štofka EDN The circuit in Figure 1 is an alternative to a high-side current monitor in a recent Design Idea (Reference 1). That monitor uses the Analog Devices AD8212 and an external high-voltage bipolar PNP transistor. The ...
    20-04-2020
  3. Mirko Pavleski Arduino.cc A simple to build, but very sensitive electromagnetic field detector. This is a simple device capable of detecting very weak electromagnetic fields (Figure 1). The relative field intensity is displayed on the LCD display ...
    18-04-2020
  4. Chau Tran and Paul Mullins, Analog Devices EDN You sometimes need to measure load currents as large as 5 A in the presence of a common-mode voltage as high as 500 V. To do so, you can use Analog Devices’ AD8212 high-voltage current-shunt ...
    17-04-2020
  5. Jeff Magee It is emphasised that this should not be used for medical purposes. Displays your pulse rate, blood oxygen level and a moving graph of each heart beat, the photoplethysmogram (PPG). About this project This project implemented on an ...
    15-04-2020
  6. 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