InTheMail | Voltlog #360

Welcome to a new InTheMail, the series that will touch both your passion for electronics and your bank account at the same time. For this video we have a wide selection of items and we’re gonna start with this jewelers magnifying glass, I’ve had one of these for years and it’s been great for reading small numbers of chips but recently I found myself needing more than one between the home lab and the office so I got a second one. Here is an example of how I would use this to read some very small numbers. Of Course I have the microscope but I usually keep that unplugged and covered to protect from dust so for reading a chip number it’s just easier to use one of these. Same as always if you are interested in getting one, you will find links in the description below the video.

2 thoughts on “InTheMail | Voltlog #360”

  1. hi, i’m a student from University of Pisa, i want to ask you if you know the datasheet of Infineon processor that you show on your video called: Voltlog #225 – Taking A Look Inside A Bosch/Audi ECU EDC15VM+.
    I’m doing a reserch for my electronic exam, I have to explane a ECU sysytem in all its part, and also I ask you if I can use some screenshot of your video, only for example.

    I need all the possibile information about the component, expecially about the integrate component, Infinion/bosch processor, NEC integrate chip on the leftside of cam, and the three integrate chip on the rightside. Thanks a lot, I attend you answer.

    1. You have my permission to use screenshots from the video in your research/papers. Unfortunately I cannot help with additional info.

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