I’m moving to a new apartment and I have more space for the voltlog lab. Unfortunately I won’t be able to upload any videos for 1-2 weeks until I have everything setup.
In this episode I am showing my latest mail items which include: a bunch of Vishay-Dale shunt resistors which I got for a bargain price, different sizes silicone wires, ultrasonic sensors, a voice recorder, the st-link v2 programmer/debugger, dmx512 decoder board for driving rgb leds, rs485 to ttl converter module, a pair of 433MHz ASK transceivers, some thermal plaster, a metal marking/punch tool and a hiking monocular.
Links for the products shown in this video:
- HFO Electronik Ebay Store with new old stock parts
- Double Sided FR4 Prototyping PCB
- Spring Loaded Marking Punch Tool
- US-015 Ultrasonic Distance Sensor
- HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Distance Sensor
- uSD Card Digital Audio Voice Recorder
- ST-LINK V2 Emulator Programmer For STM8 STM32
- TTL to RS485 TIA-485 Converter Module
- DMX512 Decoder 3 Channel RGB Module
- 433MHz Transmitter and Receiver Module SYN115 SYN480R ASK
- Panda Hiking 10X Monocular Telescope
- Turnigy Silicone Wire 16AWG 1m (Blue)
- Turnigy Silicone Wire 16AWG 1m (Orange)
- Turnigy Silicone Wire 20AWG 1m (Red)
- Turnigy Silicone Wire 20AWG 1m (Black)
- Turnigy Silicone Wire 24AWG 1m (Yellow)
- Turnigy Silicone Wire 24AWG 1m (Blue)
- Turnigy Silicone Wire 24AWG 1m (Red)
In this video I am assembling the Crystal Oscillator Frequency Meter Kit I got from Banggood. It turns out to be a successful assembly, the kit works quite well.
In this InTheMail segment I receive the HP 3478A 5.5 digit multimeter, a Probe Master 8028s test lead set, the Anker Astro E3 10000mAh portable battery charger and the Seagate Expansion 2TB external storage hard drive.
In this video I am assembling a 0-30V 0-3A Adjustable Linear Power Supply kit. Will it work at first power on? Or will Murphy get me this time? Watch the video and see how I got myself into trouble. I also reverse engineered and got a schematic of this kit which I am showing towards the end of the video.
I got this HP Agilent E3611A Power Supply from ebay. It was marked as not working and I was planing a repair video on it. Unfortunately the unit turned out to be fully functional so I only did a teardown and calibration.
In this video I’m opening up my mail items on camera. I have the ESP8266 EVB from Olimex, an Edison vintage light bulb from ebay, WS2812 led pcb strip, LCD FPC various pitch breakout pcb, TL081 JFET opamp, breadboard jumper wire kit and the HP E3611A power supply.
In this very first episode of VoltLog I’m reviewing the Gophert CPS 3205C 32V 5A Power Supply.
You can purchase the CPS-3205C power supply from Banggood.