Tag Archives: tutorial

EEVblog #279 – How NOT To Blow Up Your Oscilloscope!

And how NOT to blow up your Arduino. Your oscilloscope ground clip lead can be a potential accident waiting to happen. Why? And how do you avoid it? The basics about measuring mains earth referenced equipment with your oscilloscope. EEVblog #279 - How NOT To Blow Up Your Oscilloscope! [ ...

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EEVblog #244 – PSU Design Part 9 – PCB Layout

Dave video captured laying out his power supply PCB in real-time, and in this video speeds that up by 10 times and adds audio commentary over the top explaining his thought processes and techniques whilst layout out the board. EEVblog #244 - PSU Design Part 9 - PCB Layout [ ...

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EEVblog #215 – Gaussian Resistors

Just how far out is that +/-1% metal film resistor you are using? Is it just random? Does it follow the classic bell shaped Gaussian response? What are the odds of getting one that’s spot on, or right out at the limits? Dave thought he’d find out, the hard way… ...

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