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.
A list of the items I show on this InTheMail video:
2.4 inch 320×240 px TFT display module based on the ILI9341 lcd controller, complete with touchscreen, uSD card slot, 128Mbit flash, independent font chip and the required power circuitry.
ESP8266 modules (3 different variations), a small solar panel, waterproof enclosure and Li-ion battery cells. uSD card holder thing. 13W LED 5050 E27 lightbulb. Breadboad + breadboard power supply + jumper cables. 0-30V 0-2A Adjustable lab power supply kit, unassembled. A bunch of components I ordered from Comet Electronics.
In this video I am calibrating the Gophert CPS-3205C power supply using my Keithley 175 4.5 digit multimeter and my adjustable dummy load.
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 episode I am unboxing the newly acquired Rigol DS1054Z. This is not a review, I am just showing what you get inside the box if you plan to purchase one.
In this episode I will be repairing my AVR ISP MKII programmer by replacing the on-board boost converter TPS61020 and I will also upgrade the 6 pin ISP programming cable to 1 m length.
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.