It is very important for industrial facilities to control the energy that is actually consumed and turned to advantage in several processes. The electrical behavior of certain devices, such as electric motors, may be responsible for serious consumption problems to which a company should be attentive. What these problems are and how to control them is the subject of this article.
Mouser Electronics has in its product line a multitude of components, boards, shields, breakout boards and much more that are basic parts in product development for the Internet of Things (IoT). In this article, based on information given by Mouser, we show an overview of the products which can be used and how they are important in a project. The table below, created by Mouser Electronics provides an overview of all the building blocks which enter an IoT project.
Do you believe you can make a brush move without wheels or mechanically coupled to a motor? This interesting project shows how this is possible. It is simple to assemble, a small robot built with a brush that walks through the house, knocks back the obstacles and can be used in interesting school competitions.
Among the wearable products that can be developed based on inertial sensors and other devices, we have the gyroscopic glove which recently (2016) was launched by GyroGear called GyroGriver. See more in the article.
A simple component with a limiting resistor and two testing ends can perform miracles in finding problems of an electrical installation. Every electrician must know the neon lamp and, more than that, has one and know how to use it. For those who do not have a ready test lamp and want to build one and learn how to use it, this article is indispensable.
Several types of physiological changes occur when a person is at a close point to exhaustion, even if he/she does not realize it. One of these changes is in the resistance of the skin due to the activity of the sweat glands and the actual change in behavior of the closed cells.
Rumble Filter II (CB953E)
Rumble is a low frequency noise between 25 and 200 Hz that appears in old turntables, affecting...
Audio Switch (CB952E)
The circuit that gave rise to this configuration was found in a magazine of the 1980s with the...
Audio Booster (CB951E)
This booster circuit for audio signals, which is nothing more than an audio preamplifier for...
Parametric Equalizer II (CB950E)
The circuit that gave rise to this configuration is from 1978. In the original publication are...
4093 Oscillator (MSB0125E)
This oscillator can run in frequencies up 10 MHz depending on the Power supply voltage. The 1 µF...
Decade Counter (MSB124E)
This one-digit counter is part f the samples bench of the MultiSIM in one of its versions. The...
Simple Timer Using the 555 (MSB123E)
This simple timer can be used in many applications such as egg timer. The LED glows up when S1 is...
Ultrasound Emitter (MSB122E)
The circuit shown by the figure below can produce signals in the range between 20 kHz and 30 kHz....