Free Downloadable Resistor Value Computer - [Link]
James Floyd Kelly writes about a cool resource: [via]
Found some GREAT information on Bolt Depot’s homepage, including this printable poster that displays all the different bolts and nuts and connectors along with their official names. Click on the Fastener Tab at the top of the website and there are even more resources, including a great tutorial explaining how fasteners are identified (including how to accurately describe a bolt’s length, type, etc.)
Know your bolts – [Link]
This article discuss the Fluke 233 remote display multimeter in detail. It is a novel design as the display can be removed and it’s True RMS. Check review on the link below.
Fluke 233 Remote Display True RMS Multimeter – [Link]
Switch is the ultimate modular pocketknife, with 17 different attachments so you can mix and match your most frequently used tools. Customize your Switch’s width by swapping out the inner axles, or group your tools into different “themes” – home, office, outdoors, etc. However you choose to do it, Switch is your tool, your way.
User-configured multitool – [Link]
The Multimeter Kit provides you with everything you need to make your own multimeter capable of measure voltage (0-30VDC, 0.05 resolution) current (0-500mA, 1mA resolution) and resistance (0-100kΩ). The resistance mode also includes a continuity test: the buzzer will sound when the resistance probes are shorted together, this is one of the more handy tools of any multimeter.
Multimeter Kit - [Link]
The new DSO Nano v2.0 is a digital storage oscilloscope designed for basic electronic engineering tasks. The Nano features an ARM Cortex™ M3 32 bit platform, which provides basic waveform monitoring. It has a 320*240 color LCD, micro SD card storage, portable probes, LiPo Battery, USB connection, and signal generator.
DSO Nano V2.0 - [Link]