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SILICON CHIP MAGAZINE


Silicon Chip - March 2017

by Silicon Chip

In this month build a Pool Lap Counter. Ideal for the swimming enthusiast, this bright LED Pool Counter, features an easy to read display, together with an easy to obtain sense pad. The unit can be simply placed at the end of the pool together with the sense pad. The sense pad is mounted by using standard suction pads. The display will last for 12 hours of continuous use and is powered by 4 standard AA batteries. The unit is housed in a standard project box and can be assembled in a few hours.

Also in this month's projects, build the updated Stationmaster walk-around throttle for your model railway. This unit features an easy to hold unit, with forward and reverse speed control, together with inertia adjustment and an emergency brake. The unit uses standard easy to obtain parts and will provide great fun for the model train hobbyist. Finally this month, the construction details for the SC200 Power Supply section, as well as the performance specs for this new amplifier.

In this month's main feature a look at the Philips BDM4350 Monitor. This huge 43-inch display is great for when multiple windows are open and moving content between various windows, without having to minimize and maximize the windows. Also this month, the second section of programming the Micromite, this month learn how to use the display to create a wide range of different and moving objects. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPMAR2017


Features

  • Vale Maurie Findlay: Australian Electronics Royalty
  • Putting a big 43-inch 4K monitor to the test
  • Getting Started with the Micromite, Part 2
  • Australia's Largest Vintage Radio Exhibition

Projects

  • Pool Lap Counter
  • The Stationmaster: PWM Train Control
  • New SC200 Audio Amplifier, Part 3
  • Giving the Ultrasonic Theremin a Volume Control

Click for Larger Image - Silicon Chip - March 2017

Great Value at only $6.90   


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Silicon Chip - February 2017

by Silicon Chip

Now in stock, the February issue of Silicon Chip Magazine. In this month's issue build an Analog Clock Driver with GPS Synchronisation. This unit ensures your wall clock or shelf mounted clock is very accurate, without the need to manually adjust the time every few months, the unit even works for Daylight Saving. The unit runs from 2 AA batteries and synchronises the time with the GPS signal every 44 hours. Also this month, build a Ultra Low Voltage LED Flasher, this unit requires just 0.8V and is ideal for small applications, when a low-voltage flashing unit is required. Only a few parts are required and the flash rate is also adjustable.

This month also includes the assembly details for the 200W Power Amplifier module, as well as how to drill and prepare the heatsink. Finally, the construction details for the High Power DC Motor Speed Controller from last month as well.

In this month's feature article, a great look at autonomous flying cars, there has been a lot of discussion about these recently and this article looks at what is being developed and what is possible. Also this month, getting started with the Micromite, this article introduces some of the basic programming commands for this module, including switching and cycling the various output ports. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPFEB2017


Features

  • Autonomous Flying Cars
  • Getting Started with the Micromite
  • First look: Aussie-made battery soldering iron
  • First look: Icom's VE-PG3 Radio over IP Gateway

Projects

  • GPS Synchronised Analog Clock Driver
  • Ultra-low-voltage Versatile LED Flasher
  • High Power DC Motor Speed Control, Part 2
  • New SC200 Audio Amplifier, Part 2

Limited Stock at only $6.90   


Silicon Chip - January 2017

by Silicon Chip

In this month build the new high-performance SC200 200W Amplifier Module. This new amplifier is easy to build, with only commonly available through-hole components used. The amplifier features excellent performance specifications with very low distortion (less than 0.01%) and low noise (Signal-to-Noise Ratio -116dB), together with the ability to operate at specified power output levels without the addition of cooling fans. On-board DC Protection fuses are provided with LED fuse blown indication, as well as power indication LEDs and clipping as well. The module is ideal for use in high-power music amplifiers for concerts, discos and also for use in PA equipment.

Also in this month's projects, build the updated 60V DC Motor Speed Controller. This unit is suitable for large DC motors from 12V to 60V with the ability to supply up to 40A of current. The motor controller is loaded with features, including soft start, speed regulation with motor feedback, minimum and maximum throttle rate adjustment and much more. The unit is based on the PIC16F88 microcontroller and is built into a heavy duty diecast box, using mainly through-hole components for easy assembly. Finally this month, how to program an Atmel ATtiny85 microcontroller with an Arduino program. Many useful projects can be made quickly and cheaply with just a few components and software written using the Arduino IDE. This project shows you how to program the 8-pin ATtiny85 microcontroller with an Arduino program.

In this month's main feature a look at Hydroelectric Power Storage. This type of power storage can provide power at an time and is ideal for providing back-up power when renewable sources such as solar or wind are not available. This article looks at the theories and some of the plants currently operating around the world. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPJAN2017


Features

  • Pumped Storage Hydroelectricity
  • Viewing Radio Waves in Colour
  • Using Breadboards
  • Real-Time System Modelling

Projects

  • New SC200 Audio Amplifier
  • High Power DC Motor Speed Control
  • Programming the ATtiny85 with an Arduino
  • Giving the Ultrasonic Theremin a Volume Control

Click for Larger Image - Silicon Chip - January 2017

Great Value at only $6.90   





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