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SPOILERS:
00:00 - Dancom RT403B 25W VHF Marine Transceiver teardown.
09:07 - Workbench of the week, Tony Albus:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwLPcv2xiA3D9lfGArF58ww
TEA: https://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/test-equipment-anonymous-(tea)-group-therapy-thread/
12:36 - Riedon SSA-100 100A Differential Isolated Current Sensor.
https://riedon.com/
https://www.digikey.com/en/products/detail/riedon/SSA-100/12149327
22:19 - DODGY! Soviet era mains rechargable torch
27:36 - Jon Newcomb's Microcontroller Proto Boards
https://www.ebay.com/usr/jon_newcomb
33:57 - Affable Snake Breadboard LED bargraph
https://www.tindie.com/products/affablesnake/slim-breadboard-indicator-green-8-position/
35:34 - Mystery $2 ebay item DESTROYED by Widlarizer!
37:47 - Present from a 13yo viewer
39:40 - Multimeter PicoProbes:
https://www.tindie.com/products/twires/picoprobes/


Monkeh:
That case is what you get off a 3D printer which is working properly, rather than something like a Creality firing on three cylinders with a hole in the exhaust.

MAS3:
Hi.

The 1st item is a marine VHF, and the invoice / warranty forms are in Dutch, not Danish (like Australia not Austria).
The module is an Australian made (by Sigtec) ATIS module, which is sort of a 'roger beep' transmitting the station callsign through a FSK pulse train.
This ATIS became mandatory on inland waterways in 1995 or so.
This particular module also has a killer, which detects and suppresses this rather unpleasant FSK signal on the audio output of this radio (through the white wire to the audio amp).

agtrbt:
The soviet mains charged torch has been copied into a one hung low Chinese shaver

certainly dangerous.

ve1nhb:
How did the 'FLASHLIGHT' charge the batteries work.  :-//

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