April Engineering Challenge: Find the Schematic Error

The April Electrical Engineering Challenge (sponsored by Technologic Systems) is now live! Review the schematic on the challenge webpage and find the error for a chance to win prizes, such as a TS-7250-V2 High-Performance Embedded Computer or a Circuit Cellar Digital Subscription.

Click to enlarge. Find the error in this schematic and submit your answer by the 20th of the month.

Click to take the Challenge. Find the error in this schematic and submit your answer by the 20th of the month.

Circuit Cellar’s technical editors purposely inserted an error in the schematic diagram. It could be a design error, symbol-related error, value error (e.g., 10k vs 100k), incorrect part usage, or some other problem that negatively affects the electronics. Find the error and submit your answer via the online form by the deadline (2 PM EST on the 20th of the month).

TS7250-V2

Technologic Systems TS-7250-V2

Circuit Cellar will randomly select winners from the pool of respondents who submit the correct answer. For more information, read the Rules, Terms, & Conditions.


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April Engineering Challenge: Find the Schematic Error

by Circuit Cellar Staff time to read: 1 min