Theory – This section is for beginners, and explains briefly what are the most common electronic components. Théorie – Cette rubrique est destinée aux débutants, et explique très brièvement à ce que sont les composants électroniques les plus courants. N’allez surtout pas là pour approffondir vos connaissances d’experts !

Electronique – Sonelec-Musique

This topic is for beginners, and explains very briefly what are the most common electronic component. Réalisations – DIY (Do It Yourself, faites-le vous-même). Compilations de montages de mon cru, ou explications et conseils pour des montages d’autres auteurs.

Electronique - Sonelec-Musique - Selector

Electronics – Achievements – Selector 001c

This circuit includes a microcontroller PIC 16F84A type (deprecated) or 16F628A (recommended), and can control one or more devices from eight through some pushbuttons. Each push button corresponds to a separate output, and Pressing either of these buttons activates the corresponding output.

Here he has made a Sculpture with Resistors and Copper Wire Strands and then Solder (Lead Free)

“Drawing used model, designed by Flavie. few overviews and detail. ‘s eye is made ??with a ceramic disc capacitor of 1.5 pF. The shoes are made ??with four small rectangular capacitors of 1.5 pF. For the mane, forelock and tail, I used strands of copper wire. Wire has just been stripped and the copper is still pink. I hesitate to put varnish for protégrer corrosion.”

From Hobby Hound – DIY Electronics

( oeuvre d’art – delabs) – Sculptures – Elec – Cheval 001

My nixies & nixie clocks, Blue & White 7-segment LED Clocks, PIC16F84 based Dark Room Timer, PIC16F876 based 2-channel Electronic TL-Dimmer.

3-digit frequencymeter for SwissFlow flowsensor

Turbokeus Hobby and Electronic Projects

Low drop Temperature Controlled FANregulators with LM2941CT & LF356. Digital Flowmeter for SwissFlow flowsensor. 15V – 7A PWM Speed Controller with NE556 & N-MOSFET for minidrill.

3-digit frequencymeter for SwissFlow flowsensor

This schematic is ment to digitally display the output of my electronic Swissflow SF800 flow sensor. This sensor puts out an open collector square wave signal (like a fan RPM monitoring signal) between 50Hz (=0.5 liter/minute) and 2000Hz (=20 liter/minute). By dividing the measured frequency by 10 and putting the decimal point at the right place you get directly a display in liter/minute.

TK5EP – Antennas and Measuring Devices

TS850’s heaven Almost everyhting you wanted to know about the TS850. Schematics, mods, repair informations, and much more.

A remote interface compatible with the original IF232 with opto-electronic isolation is also described.

Gain chart – Made with help of F5BU’s software GALVA, this small chart will help you to calculate SWR, gain, loss, RL return loss within a few seconds.