The operational amplifier, or op-amp, has great utility on electronics. In this post, it’s shown the operation of this integrated circuit (IC).
This post’s subject is an introduction to Fly-by-Wire systems on modern airplanes. It’s shown how it works and the advantages in relation to old systems.
This post’s subject is Geiger-Müller counter. An instrument invented in 1908, which identifies radioactive objects and measures ionizing radiation level.
Meeting requests, today’s subject is the operation of pHmeter. An instrument that measures acidity and alkalinity of solutions.
The CCD is the abbreviation of Charged Couple Device. This light sensor is very used to obtain images in digital cameras, telescopes and smartphones.
This post’s subject is the gyroscope. An instrument of great utility for electronic devices and for air, naval, and space navigations.
In this post, are shown 2 circuit projects: an AC voltage detector and a cooler with LED effect.
Fulfilling the request, This post’s subject is wattmeter operation. An instrument that measures provided or dissipated power in a circuit.
The rotary encoder looks like a potentiometer, but the operation is completely different. How it works and how to use it in Arduino are today’s subjects.
This post is the second part about thermoelectricity. Thomson effect is a reversible thermoelectric phenomenon and related to Seebeck and Peltier effects.