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Electronics DIY Tools For Hobbyists And Professionals

Use of proper tools is important for making any project properly. Here are some diy tools that are in common use by amateurs as well as professionals.Soldering toolsSoldering tools are needed...

Choosing The Right LED COB

Why is the LED lighting industry abuzz with light emitting diode chips on boards (LED bBs)? What makes these the current favourite? Which applications are these good for and for which...

Oscilloscope: Get The Best At The Best Price

Are you planning to buy an oscilloscope? Pause and read this article first, because it might help you get complete value for your money. When you look at the latest generation...

How To Select The Right Wi-Fi And RF Modules

When it comes to throwing data over the air, there are many options. If you are confused about which wireless technology is best for your next project, then keep on reading. Most...

3D Printers Costing Under Rs 100,000

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is considered to be a disruptive technology that could power the next industrial revolution. It could transform the way designers visualise concepts, the way...

Activity Tracker That is Fit For You

"The best project you’ll ever work on is you,” said a wise man once. Most of us being avid DIYers working on interesting electronics projects, adding a project to work on...

How To Select Potentiometric Position Sensor

Position sensors are considered to be a large family with many different types of sensors, however each sensor in this family is unique with respect to the principle on which it...

The Right Mix of ESD Safety Tools for Your Environment

The most serious danger when working with electronic components is posed by electrostatic discharge (ESD). Sudden discharge of static electricity, or ESD, is very common. Everyday materials (such as glass, ceramic...

How to Select the Right Soldering/ Desoldering Station

Engineers know the value of solid and reliable soldering and desoldering stations. From carrying out simple soldering tasks to repairing and reworking surface-mount technology (SMT) boards, integrated circuits (ICs) and multi-layer...

LDR Based DC Motor Speed Control

A light-dependent resistor (LDR) whose resistance is inversely proportional to the intensity of light is often used as a sensor in electronic projects that involve the use of light. This project...

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