- Propeller Development Stick Type-C Addition
- Wagon Tach Project
- Wanted to build an inexpensive tachometer for the Wagon
- Signal is a 50V pulse from the distributor
- Arduinos do not like 50V
- Used old VFD screen from previous project
- Needs some more signal filtering but it works
- Wagon Powered Mirror PCB Installed!
- 3D printed a bracket and installed into the door
- Has a fancy face plate as well!
- Tag Connect Probe Ends
- Will give a full report on how well they work
- Macro Amp
- Top panel layout complete
- Milling the top panel
- Transformers mounted – check!
- PCB mounting needs fasteners ordered
- Lots of Stephen’s projects are at this stage right now
- J-Fet buffer for the NuTubes
- Riaa filter with gain options for MM and MC type
- A series of filter specifications for recording
- If the record is cut with lower bass then the cut width can be smaller allowing for more info to be cut on to the record – More music playing time
- Two poles and one zero
- 50.05 Hz
- 500.5 Hz
- 2122.1 Hz
- Gain ultra-high power density for 100-W USB Power Delivery adapters
- Texas Instruments application document for a very dense, high power AC to DC power supply
- Designed around providing the power for a 100W USB Type-C charger
- Complete 5-Watt Power Supply in IEC Main Filter Case
- Combines a IEC60320 (C13 coupler) connector with EMI filtering and a AC to DC power supply
- Greatly simplifies product design
- Due to cost Parker only sees this used in low volume / high margin products and one off art installations
- TI Claims Breakthrough BAW Technology
- Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) resonator technology though should it be BAWRT?
- Will reduce BoM cost and PCB size
- Discussion on how to store parts
- Part bins, boxes for projects, and proper tool storage
- Parker’s fasteners drawer is getting out of hand
- How do you organize your parts?
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