Posts Tagged ‘experimenter board’

Basic Experimenter Board for rapid prototyping of electronic circuits

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

Raj of Embedded Lab has published new project the Basic Experimenter Board for easy prototyping of electronics circuits: Most electronics projects require some common stuff like regulated power supply, input tact switches, and output LEDs during prototyping and testing phase. Wiring these things on a breadboard for every new project...

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FSAR001 AC to 5volt DC regulator

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

schazamp built an FSAR001 experimenter board: This device, remember, takes 80-265Vrms wall power and puts out a (relatively) clean 5V DC. According to the datasheet, the way this thing works is by monitoring the voltage of the AC waveform and charging a big electrolytic capacitor during the low voltage segments...

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