DIY voltage and current reference
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DIY voltage and current reference

Petteri Aimonen designed and built his own voltage and current reference: When developing a data acquisition system, I ran into a need of having fairly accurate current reference to compare against, 0.1% accuracy or better. This is not a particularly high standard, but unable to find a...

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Electronics Cheat Sheet Poster
Basic Electronics

Electronics Cheat Sheet Poster

A quick reference in learning and debugging your electronics projects. Click to "download" the full resolution image + a bonus...

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35-second Arduino language reference
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35-second Arduino language reference

A 35 seconds walk through the Arduino language specifications and how to use it. By reading the below, in 35 seconds you will have a complete knowledge of the Arduino programming language specifications. Then scroll to the bottom for how to use it. 35-second Arduino language...

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Electronics & Arduino Reference Cards
Basic Electronics

Electronics & Arduino Reference Cards

Adafruit has published some new Business card-sized references for Arduino and basic electronics. Adobe Illustrator format files are available for download on their github.com repository. Adobe Illustrator format. These are sized for Overnight Prints‘ standard business card...

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Analog Devices AD587KN 10V reference chip
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Analog Devices AD587KN 10V reference chip

SteelCity Electronics published an article about Analog Devices AD587KN 10V reference: I recently got hold of an Analog Devices AD587KN high precision 10.000V reference chip. This model of chip has an output value of 10.000V ± 5mV (that is, an output value of 9.995V to 10.005V)...

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Lowest-drift bandgap voltage reference reaches 1.5ppm/°C, offers low dropout
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Lowest-drift bandgap voltage reference reaches 1.5ppm/°C, offers low dropout

by Graham Prophet @ edn-europe.com: LT6657 is a family of ultra-stable bandgap voltage references that exhibits less than 1.5ppm/°C of temperature drift. Reinforcing this performance, the device has only 0.5ppm p-p of low frequency noise, less than 30 ppm of long term drift and 35...

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