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Hobby and Do-It-Yourself Projects, DIY Electronics, Gadgets News. Some Vintage Electronics Schematic Diagrams are also available, these circuits are from Semiconductor Application Books and other product catalogs. We all learn by breaking up things, to see how it works, then Fix things around Home etc. Later Create and Innovate perhaps, that's the way to go. To Invent something someday.
- LED Lamp – Simple Bed-Lamp Circuit
- RCA connector or Phono Connector
- Stereo Audio Music Players
- DBX 904 LED Board Schematic
- Acme Hyper Magnetics
- Robots Kingdom Online Store
- K8CU – Bill Jones – Radio Amateur
- Robot Building for Beginners – David Cook
LED Night lamp, Clock Lamp to see time at night. It is a Green Lamp just 50mA, but its Blue in Color.
An RCA connector, sometimes called a phono connector or cinch connector, is a type of electrical connector commonly used to carry audio and video signals.
40 Watts Hi-Fi Music System – Stereo Music player with Tuner, 1986, LED VU meter and Analog VU meter. This was done as repairing home electronics was my hobby in school days, I learnt by building Amplifiers based only on transistors from the Old Philips Circuits and Books.
DBX 904 LED Board Schematic
-o- Part of the The DBX 904 noise gate module for the 900 series rack.
Acme Hyper Magnetics
This is a Example Imaginary Listing.
We make Multi-voltage relays. These are devices designed to work for wide voltage ranges such as 24 to 240 VAC and VDC and wide frequency ranges such as 0 to 300 Hz.
Robots Kingdom Online Store
Like the old saying goes “Once a Bot, always a Bot”. You will not find a better Store anywhere on this side of the Planet for Berserk Bots, Crazy Cyborgs and Abominable Androids.
Bill Jones, K8CU, has been an active Radio Amateur, CW Dxer, and home project builder since first receiving his Amateur Radio license in 1966 at age 17.
In Robot Building for Beginners, not only will you learn about the basic parts and tools of robotics, but also you’ll actually learn how to build a fantastic line-following robot.