Once again too many mail items to fit into a single video, so we have a two parts upload. In the first video I only had time to show two items the SONOFF from ITead and the SP mini from Broadlink but that is including teardowns and discussions on the internals. Surprisingly the SP mini doesn’t use the ESP8266 as expected but instead it uses the MT7681 from MediaTek.
In this video we’re discussing the dummy load again but this time I reverse engineered the dummy load schematic and I discuss it’s basic theory of operation. Check the video description for a link to the pdf schematic.
In this video I am doing a review of the recently purchased 60W Electronic Dummy Load. I go through the different operating modes, a short stress thermal test and in the end I am presenting a conclusion whether or not this is a good buy.
Hi and welcome to a new InTheMail, this time we have allot of items to look at and some of them were ordered 2 or even 3 months ago but due to the postal service madness that happens every year during holidays they arrived a bit late.
The video is split across two parts to avoid making it too long so make sure you watch both parts.