DSO Nano – Digital Storage Oscilloscope

DSO Nano v2 is an Open Source Portable and lightweight Digital Storage Oscilloscop that has a Color display and is designed for basic electronic engineering tasks. Its palm size and handy features make it great for in-field diagnosis, quick measurement, and hobbyist projects. Schematics and source code files are also openly available for re-innovating.

DSO Nano –  Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Auto measurement – Useful for quickly exploring signal characteristics. Measurement options include frequency, cycle time, duty cycle, peak voltage, RMS voltage, average voltage and DC voltage. Please note that frequency, cycle time and duty cycle can only be measured while triggering.

DSO Nano - Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Features – Waveform storage and playback, 6 triggering modes, 200Khz Analog Bandwidth, Complete measurement markers and signal characteristics. Built-in Signal Generator too.

User Interface Overview – The screen is broken into a central display area and 3 operation bars around it. The menu on the top provides the most frequently-used adjustments to signal display. The status bar on the bottom provides precise measurement results and monitoring status. Adjust more advanced functions with the column of function icons on the right.

ELM – Electronic Lives Mfg

“My hobby has been a present occupation as it is because I liked electronics relatings since I was little. Railroad, anime, comic and TV game as well. As for programming in the hobby, because they are electronic handicraft” – Chan Japan

ELM – Electronic Lives Mfg

ELM - Electronic Lives Mfg

Chan has many projects for learning the use of Microcontrollers. even Instruments. You can even study about how to develop a PC Interface for electronic design you made. Then there are pages on Audio and Video Processing. See the LED Lantern and the Capacitance Meter too.

DC Servomotor Controller

This is an experiment on the closed loop DC servomotor control system (SMC). It will able to be used for practical use with/without some modifications.

Desktop Line Following Robot

In lines of the Japanese Tradition of Miniaturization, chan has built a tiny line following robot which can run on the desk, A toy that is one fifth the size of the line following robots, seen these days,

CheapStat – DIY Potentiostat

CheapStat: An Open-Source, “Do-It-Yourself” Potentiostat for Analytical and Educational Applications.

CheapStat – DIY Potentiostat

CheapStat, an inexpensive (<$80), open-source (software and hardware), hand-held potentiostat that can be constructed by anyone who is proficient at assembling circuits. This device supports a number of potential waveforms necessary to perform cyclic, square wave, linear sweep and anodic stripping voltammetry.

CheapStat - DIY Potentiostat

The device supports cyclic, square wave, linear sweep and stripping voltammetry over the potential range ?990to +990 mV and over frequencies from 1 to 1000 Hz. The device supports a range of environmental, food and drug quality control, and educational applications. The reverse of the circuit board supports a three-line LCD display and a joystick, which is used to select an experiment protocol, change its parameters (frequency, starting voltage, end voltage, scan rate), and initiate the experiment.

DIY Potentiostat – CheapStat – EEMetric

The device’s schematics, parts lists, circuit board layout files, sample experiments, and detailed assembly instructions are available in the supporting information and are released under an open hardware license.

DesignSoft – Learn with Edison Newton Tina

Edison – provides a unique new environment for learning electricity and electronics. Teachers, students and electronics enthusiasts can use digitally scanned photorealistic components, a solderless breadboard, virtual instruments, sound and animation…….

DesignSoft - Learn with Edison Newton Tina

Select realistic batteries, resistors, diodes, LEDs, transistors, logic gates, flip-flops, and even microcontrollers & integrated circuits all easily available on the shelves of your multimedia lab. Drag them onto your “breadboard” and wire them together with your mouse. Your circuit begins working immediately so you can test and troubleshoot it with virtual instruments. In addition, Edison automatically prepares a standard schematic diagram and displays it simultaneously.

Tina – The Complete Electronics Lab

Powerful yet affordable software package for analyzing, designing and real time testing analog, digital, VHDL, MCU, and mixed electronic circuits and their PCB layouts. You can also analyze RF, communication, optoelectronic circuits, test & debug microcontroller applications.

A unique feature of TINA that you can bring your circuit to life with the optional USB controlled TINALab II hardware which turns your computer into a powerful, multifunction T&M instrument. Electrical engineers will find TINA an easy to use, high performance tool, while educators will welcome its unique features for the training environment.

DesignSoft – Learn with Edison Newton Tina

Newton – provides a completely new way of teaching and learning physics by exploring kinematics and dynamics in 3D. Build, manipulate or investigate real-life 3D physics experiments interactively, solve problems, and more.