Elektor’s June issue is going to be a classic. You’ll read about a wide range of topics from a Nixie thermometer/hygrometer to a PIC programmer solution to an Intersil IMS6100 vintage dev kit. And much more!
Watch the video below, and be sure to check out the Nixie tubes at the 6:50 min mark.
Here’s a summary of what you’ll find in the issue:
- Nixie Thermometer/Thermometer: Nixie tubes are used in a retro-looking temperature & humidity meter
- Preamplifier 2012 (3): A discussion of the LLLL board, the switch boards and the power supply board.
- Flexible Stepper Motor Driver: If you have concerns about connecting a stepper motor driver to your PC, consider building this one with full electrical isolation.
- Embedded Linux made Easy (2)
- Computer-driven Heliostat: Here’s software and some electronics to enable you to use inexpensive servos to track the sun.
- Dual Hot-wire Anemometer
- AVR Software Defined Radio
- Platino, controlled by LabVIEW (2)
- Electronics for Starters (6)
- PIC Programmer for Emergencies
- 2-Wire Interface for Illuminated Pushbuttons
- Retronics: Intersil IMS6100 Vintage Dev Kit (Series Editor: Jan Buiting)
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