Welcome to a new voltlog, today we are taking a look at my electronics mailbag items and it’s episode number 100 so I would like to take the time to thank you guys for your support. Every view like & share I get from you motivates me to continue producing these videos.
Here are links for all the items shown in the video in their order of appearance:
This week I build a DIY bluetooth 4.0 audio receiver. I used the CSR8635 bluetooth module, a recycled lithium battery cell that I got out of an old laptop, a TP4056 battery charging & protection IC and a DIY PCB I made myself.
Here are links to these items if you plan to build one yourself:
Welcome to another Voltlog, today we’ll be taking a look at what I’ve been receiving in the mail recently. As much as you guys like watching this stuff, I also like getting all these electronic modules from China. I find it interesting every time I get my hands on a new circuit.
As always I appreciate feedback and discussions in the comments section below, please let me know what you think and don’t forget to like the video, that is always a clear indication of what kind of content you guys like seeing.
Here are links to all the items shown in this video:
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.