Hobby Projects - Insulation tester, LED Circuits, Meters.
Showing posts with label Tutorials-2. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tutorials-2. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

The Blobz Guide to Electric Circuits

Enter the Blobz Guide to Electric Circuits. - developed by Andy Thelwell at Staffordshire University. This is an excellent starter for youngsters to learn electricity.

The Blobz Guide to Electric Circuits

The Blobz Guide to Electric Circuits

This was a Tutor that started with the early-web means after Y2K times. This also used flash very creatively to make a web multimedia interactive tutor.

You can learn about battery, wire, switch and flow of electronics and the basic concepts that make electrical and electronic circuits. This is both useful for children and older people unfamiliar with electrons and their antics.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Delsea Physics Page – Gadgets

Some learning Gadgets and Easy Reference for Students.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

e-Learning Resources - Physics at Exeter

Excellent Online Educational Pages at Exeter. Students and Teachers can get ideas on how to enhance and enrich the Science Education Process.

e-Learning Resources - Physics at Exeter

A Sound understanding of Physics and Chemistry is needed for stepping into “Electricity and Magnetism”. We have to move young minds into Electronics even before High School, as a part of Science itself.

e-Learning Resources – Physics at Exeter
  • Practical Electronics II and Electronics for Measurement Systems
  • Feedback and Temperature Control
  • Computer Interfaces for Instrumentation Systems
  • Troubleshooting Op-Amp Circuits
Troubleshooting Op-Amp Circuits

The ability to diagnose and cure problems in a systematic manner is an exceptionally valuable skill. In PHY2028 students are given a heap of components, a breadboard, and measuring equipment.

Feedback and Temperature Control

System Model, Types of Feedback Control, On-Off Control, Proportional+Derivative Control, Proportional+Integral+Derivative Control, Proportional+Integral Control, Third-Order Systems..

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Play-Hookey - Online Classroom - Edutainment

This Website is intended for those intrepid individuals who, for whatever reason, find themselves looking for a less than formal approach to useful education in a number of technical fields.

Play-Hookey - Online Classroom

Digital logic is at the core of all digital computers, and yet it is entirely based on three fundamental operations, designated AND, OR, and NOT. See how it's possible in these pages…..
These pages now include coverage of the major logic families as well as some practical experiments that you can perform with real components to see for yourself how they work.
  • DC Electronic Theory.
  • AC Electronic Theory.
  • Op Amps and Analog Circuits.
  • Take a look at optics.
  • What's inside these semiconductors?
Line Clock - Play-Hookey

Line Clock - Play-Hookey

"In many digital circuits, we need a regular and continuous train of pulses to control the timing of various circuits. In some cases, we want two separate pulse trains, one the inverse of the other. In other cases, we may want two square wave pulse trains in quadrature...."

(An Excellent Interactive Resource, Technically Accurate, Electronics Edutainment - delabs)

Saturday, June 09, 2007

Electronics 2000 - Calculators

Hobby Electronics - Software, Calculators, Forum, Technical Data, Pin-outs, Beginners Guide, Links.

Electronics 2000 - Calculators

A beginners guide to project building, technical data, interactive formulae calculators, software downloads including Electronics Assistant and EPE Index.

Electronics Assistant

Electronics Assistant is a Windows program that performs electronics-related calculations. It includes a resistor colour code calculator, resistance, capacitance and power calculations and more.
  • New 555 timer, voltage regulator & RC filter calculators
  • Enhanced series / parallel resistance & capacitance calculator
  • Calculation of preferred capacitor values with a choice of series from E6 to E24

Monday, May 07, 2007

Learn thru Hobby Electronics

hobby-electronics.info information site electronics hobby. For beginners or learners taking an electronics course! would be a fun way to start. Electronics Projects page has some projects with a PCB layout for easy building too.

Learn thru Hobby Electronics



The Course - "We start with a few lessons about voltage, current en resistance. Next, we'll discuss power dissipation and capacitors, diodes and transistors. We now have enough knowlegdge to build a simple power supply. And after a few lessons about differential amplifiers and operational amplifiers, we are even able to design and build a professional lab power supply."