Posts tagged ‘hardware’

A Better STM32F0 Prototyping Experience

Or: How to make most out of 50 by 50 mm in terms of development usefulness.
A Better STM32F0 Prototyping Experience

Philips PM 3265 Repair

A small journey into an oscilloscope input amplifier.
Philips PM 3265 Repair

Notes tagged ‘hardware’

Pb Powerbank

In preparation for being off-grid for a few days, I quickly built this ‘power bank’ around a 12 V 7 Ah lead gel battery. The circuit is simply pushed onto the battery’s 6.3 mm contacts and provides 3 USB ports. Charging circuitry is not included but the battery terminals are still accessible anyway.

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Quick and Dirty B–H Plots

While building solenoids, I needed a way to quickly judge the magnetic properties of some unknown steel. A simple analogue hall sensor IC works together with a controlled current source for the coil to drive a XY plotter (or oscilloscope in XY mode) and create simple B–H plots.

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