Troubleshoot Electronics Problems with Logging (EE Tip #141)

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Electrical engineers often develop “headless” electronic systems—that is, systems without user interfaces. And many of those systems are embedded within product and are generally out of reach when problems occur. Bob Japenga is an engineer with some advice about logging … Continue reading

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Engineer’s Transformable Workspace

When the front is open, Mike can tackle hardware projects (Source: Mike Sydor)

No two workspaces or circuit cellars are alike. And that’s what makes studying these submissions so fascinating. Each space reflects the worker’s interests, needs, and personality. Succasunna, NJ-based Mike Sydor’s penchant for “hacking” isn’t relegated solely to electronics. His entire … Continue reading

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Arduino-Based Lathe Tachometer

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Want an electronic tachometer to display the RPM of a lathe or milling machine? If so, Elektor has the project for you. The electronics tachometer design features an Arduino micro board and  a 0.96″ OLED display from Adafruit for instantaneous readout. … Continue reading

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EIM Bootcamp: Circuit Cellar Today & Tomorrow

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Want a behind-the-scenes look at the Elektor and Circuit Cellar teams?  You can link to a short, free report on my recent visit to our company headquarters in Limbricht, Netherlands, where EIM staffers from around the globe met up for … Continue reading

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IoT Innovation: Show Off Your W5500 Project (Sponsored Post)

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The WIZnet Connect the Magic Challenge offers you a variety of opportunities to show off your engineering skills and present your Internet of Things (IoT) designs to the world. It’s your shot to win a share of $15,000 in prizes, … Continue reading

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