Fi Blog For DIY Audiophiles (2)

Fi Blog For DIY Audiophiles (2)

Breaking news – the FBI has read through all the e-mails found on the laptop of the former husband of one of her aids and…….. nothing. That’s why back then every town had a lawn mower repair guy who would fix your lawn mower, because buying a new one was simply out of the question. That’s right – Make: Electronics is available in digital format for only $10 (no shipping costs!) – if you’ve been considering purchasing a digital copy or know someone who’s shown an interest in the book, this is a good price. Besides the application of electrical symbols and electronic symbols can help finding an error or fault during the repair time. Finally, I got my copy of ‘Practical Electronics for Inventors’ by Paul Scherz.

With this blog, my goal wasn’t to rewrite the book – I just wanted to fill in the gaps (BIG gaps) in my own understanding of electronics and maybe help a few others who might come after me to gather components, catch errors, and basically see someone else doing it first.

For school leavers who are intending to enrol full-time in the first year of a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science(Technology) in the Faculty of Science & Engineering and are performing well academically in their final year of secondary school.electronicselectronicselectronics

As with most electronics ordered, there’s no paperwork on any of it. I can figure out most of it, but the motor has two unlabeled soldering points… my guess is that it DOES matter which wire goes where as the motor needs to spin in one direction specifically… so… I’ll need to revisit the Solarbotics website shortly and see if they have any documentation.

However if you get more than one repair with identical faults, you should ask other technicians if the original capacitor comes from a faulty batch. Inverting and non-inverting input, output, positive and negative supply, two offset null connections (for a potentiometer) plus one leg not used = 8. Aircraft Electricity and Electronics 5th Edition Eismin Page 140. I’ve always been interested in electronics and information technology, since my childhood.

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