EEVblog #684 – Ness SMT Manufacturing & Assembly Factory Tour – [Link]
Webinar introduced UDOO as a powerful single board embedded SBC based on the powerful Freescale i.MX6 chip, which offers complete and powerful platform for your applications.
Looking for a powerful platfom for your Linux applications? – [Link]
In this tutorial Dave explains what a PCB spark gap is and how it can be a useful zero cost addition to your PCB layout to help prevent ESD damage.
He shows how to easily design them into your board and calculate the approximate voltage rating.
And of course has some fun applying 5kV to some gaps to show how them at work.
EEVblog #678 – What is a PCB Spark Gap? – [Link]
Qualmark, world leader in Accelerated Stress Testing has introduced the HawQ, a new, cost-effective, portable solution to your Highly Accelerated Stress Testing needs.
Qualmark HawQ – [Link]
SOS Webinar @ 2014.10.29 10:00 – 11:30 CET
UDOO is a powerful single board embedded SBC based on the powerful Freescale i.MX6 chip, which offers complete and powerful platform for your applications.
- General introduction to the UDOO Board
- Hardware features
- Main aspects regarding the creation of projects with it
- main aspects of creating a Linux or Android project with UDOO boards
SOS webinar – Looking for a powerful platfom for your Linux applications? – [Link]
by TheSignalPathBlog @ youtube.com:
In this episode Shahriar reviews the new Keithley 2450 Source Measure Unit (SMU). This model, which is the successor to the widely adopted Keithley 2400, offers performance improvements as well as a brand new interface platform with multi-point touch screen.
The review demonstrated the instruments GUI, scripting capabilities through the TSP interface and various performance parameters. Furthermore the scripting features are used to measure super capacitor capacity, the performance of a wireless charging system, characterization of optoelectronic components and semiconductor elements.
Keithley 2450 Source Measure Unit (SMU) Review and Experiments – [Link]
by EEVblog @ youtube.com:
Dave tears down the new US$399 Rigol 4 channel 50MHz DS1054Z oscilloscope.
How can they get such incredible value for the price?
EEVblog #674 – Rigol DS1054Z Teardown – [Link]
Who is the winner of new WIZ550S2E-232 module from Wiznet? In addition to getting to know the winner, you can also watch the video record from webinar…
“Hardwired TCP/IP” instead of a software solution? The result is higher performance and reliability. You could find this out during webinar about Wiznet modules.
From all of those who filled in our questionnaire after webinar we have drawn the winners of WIZ550S2E-232 module. The winners are:
- Rastislav Michalek from Applied Precision s.r.o.
- Roman Kasprzewski from DOMIQ Sp.z o.o.
- Roland Kovacs from Robert Bosch kft.
- Christian Baitz from Harbach
- Martin Šustík from URC Systems
Congratulations to the winners.
More about WIZNET…
Did you miss our webinar?
If you missed this webinar, watch the video record…
SOS webinar: Internet of Things by one chip – [Link]
Dave plays around with an energy harvesting kit to see how much power he can get out of a Peltier device used as a Seeback effect module to generate power from temperature differentials.
Bonus white board tutorial of how Peltier devices work as heat pumps.
EEVblog #664 – Peltier TEG Energy Harvesting Experiments – [Link]
In this video I take a look at the Zener diode used as a voltage reference and the effect of temperature on the stability of the output. (temperature coefficient)
By using a normal silicon diode in series which has a negative temp co you can offset the effect of the Zenner’s positive temp co.
Zener Diode Temperature Coefficient – [Link]