Today I am taking a look at the Owon B35T, 6000 count multimeter with bluetooth connectivity. Together with the iOS or Android app you get datalogging capability over bluetooth for just $60.
Today I am taking a look at the ISDT Q6 Plus, a 300W battery charger. I was pleasantly surprised by the build quality of the device.
Product page here and some pictures from the teardown below:
In this video I am doing a teardown of the S-993A desoldering gun to check if there are any problems with the wiring inside.
This is a review and teardown of the LCR-TN components tester. It is a rather new model that comes in the form of tweezers and does a whole range of measurements.
You can find this product on the usual sources with links below:
Today we are taking a look at this old network equipment, it’s a Nokia IP330 Firewall. This router / firewall was released probably in 2000 or something similar, I couldn’t find any exact info on the release date but we can safely assume it’s at least 15 years old
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Today we are taking a look at this SilverCrest USB charger that LIDL had on offer the past week here in Romania. I think it was sold for approximately 3.5 EUR which is not bad value for money if this turns out to be a safe to use charger.
Today we are taking a look at this soldering station which I got from Taobao (Chinese Ebay). This unit is fully contained, power supply is built-in, it works with T12 Hakko tips and it has a nice 1.3 inch OLED display. It’s powered by the STM32 microcontroller which should make it easy to hack if anyone is interested.
Here are links to the items shown in the video:
This USB charger is sold very cheap on GearBest.com and a viewer suggested I should get one and do a teardown to check the safety aspects. So I got one, and it looks decent inside, however clearly built down to a cost.