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Battery Management System (BMS) | Tech Chat – Eaton and Mouser Electronics

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Dale Wilson talks with Mohammad Mohuiddin of Eaton about their Battery Management System (BMS). For additional information, in addition to all the current All About Circuits jobs and short articles, go to the main web site at http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/

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Sony VAIO Handheld Computer Teardown – The Electronics Inside

Computers are cool, but their standardized layouts and cooling needs kinda make them big empty boxes. Laptops are cooler still, but their size is still controlled by screen sizes and batteries. What happens when a manufacturer like Sony tries to design a computer to fit into your hands, and does this using tech from 2005?

David tears down the impressively complex Sony VAIO VGN-UX70 handheld computer on this week’s episode of The Electronics Inside! https://bit.ly/3eERpTs

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#0:00 The Electronics Inside
#0:32 Sony Vaio Handheld PC
#15:24 Give your Feedback

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Beginner Electronics – 9 – Necessities!

We talk about necessary tools and components!
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Casio PT-30 Electronic Musical Instrument Teardown – Electronics Inside

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David recently attended EMF Camp and was lucky enough to see Sam from “Look Mum, No Computer” do an amazing live music set. He was inspired by the modular synthesizers rig he saw to take a look at an old keyboard to see what was inside. He also realized recently that we haven’t torn into any musical instruments in recent times on The Electronics Inside. So let’s see what makes this electronic instrument from 1983 tick! https://bit.ly/3Q8c9jK

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#0:00 The Electronics Inside
#1:16 Casio PT-30
#13:29 Give your Feedback

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Beginner Electronics – 2 – AC vs. DC

We talk about the two main types of current – AC and DC.
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Beginner Electronics – 17 – Series and Parallel

We speak about two different kinds of circuits; series and also parallel!
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I am an electronic devices enthusiast; I do not have a level in electric design. This collection MAY NOT instruct every one of the appropriate security needed for general electronic devices work. Any kind of advice taken from this collection should be talked to numerous resources, and also a specialist need to be addressed to guarantee correct security.

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Beginner Electronics – 14 – Circuit Design, Build, and Measuring!

Today we design and build a working circuit, as well as go over how to properly record values using a multimeter!
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I am an electronics hobbyist; I do not have a degree in electrical engineering. This series MAY NOT teach all of the appropriate safety required for general electronics work. Any advice taken from this series should be checked with multiple sources, and a professional should be addressed to ensure proper safety.

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Beginner Electronics – 6 – LED’s

We learn about LED’s and how they work!
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Teaching to understand all subjects to the fullest extent!

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Beginner Electronics – 26 – Logic Gates and Floating Inputs (and short channel update)

In this episode, we discover regarding the NOT, OR, AND, XOR, NAND, and NOR digital reasoning gates. We additionally explore an issue with “drifting inputs” in circuits, that can create issues. I also include a short channel upgrade!
** DISCLAIMER – READ BEFORE WATCHING **.
I am an electronics enthusiast; I do not have a degree in electrical engineering. This collection MAY NOT educate all of the appropriate safety and security needed for general electronic devices work. Any guidance taken from this series must be gotten in touch with numerous sources, and an expert should be addressed to guarantee proper security.

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Garmin Fēnix 7S Solar Teardown – The Electronics Inside

I’m probably not qualified to properly “review” a fitness tracking watch (not really my scene). However, as a daily smart watch wearer since about 2013, and as someone who takes apart electronics to see what makes them tick, I think I’m well qualified for a teardown! We received the Garmin Fēnix 7S solar smart watch, so let’s dust off the microscope and see what treats this fitness tracking smart watch has to share with us https://bit.ly/3x7r9I1

FORESEE, a brand of Longsys, is the supplier of the eMMC storage chip on the watch. It is incredibly small for a 32GB capacity and it supports emergency power-off protection and online upgrades.

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#0:00 The Electronics Inside
#0:25 Garmin Fēnix 7S
#5:14 Let’s Have A Closer Look
#10:20 Give your Feedback

#smartwatch #fitnesstracking #teardown #solarcharging #garmin #fenix7s #GPS