The Tactical Air Control Party, commonly abbreviated TACP, is a small team of Army, Marine or Air Force personnel who provide airspace deconfliction and terminal control of close air support at battle group level or below. It usually consists of an off… Continua a leggere
Notes: + Ensure that the soldering iron fully heated before commencing soldering+ Consider the soldering iron as a tool to heat up the junction between two points – in this case the Teensy board and the header pin+ Hold the soldering iron t… Continua a leggere
The GenMDM interface version 1 PCB can be powered from the SEGA console by performing this simple modification.This modification will reduce noise in the audio output of the SEGA console, but it will also render the Teensy microcontroller board unable … Continua a leggere
– The Final Four is set. I am happy for my Michigan friends who make it to the biggest stage after being bounced by Ohio U last year and thrilled for Tony Kamber, the biggest Louisville fan in the industry. Should be a fun run to the title.
This is the new Soldier Story 1/6 scale S2.5 Body (12-inch Figure) that will come with the release of the FBI counter-terrorism HRT Hostage Rescue Team (see previous post). Whenever Soldier Story does a military figure (or any other 1/6 manufacturer wh… Continua a leggere
Capacitors are categorised in terms of their capacitance, voltage and construction – so it is often necessary to tell different similar-looking capacitors apart based on their value markings.Electrolytic capacitors are marked in terms of micro Farads (… Continua a leggere
A multimeter is a great tool to have around, and even the cheapest model will offer some useful features. I mainly use my multimeter to do two things: measure resistance and measure DC voltage.
The multimeter is usually split up into different types of measurements, thus divided into quadrants of a circle. Each quadrant is then subdivided into different ranges of a particular measurement.
Connect the red probe to the VΩmA connection the multimeter. Connect the black probe to the ground com connection of the multimeter.
To measure voltage, set the multimeter to a range found within the V DC quadrant. The value selected (200mV, 2000mV, 20V, 200V 1000V) represents the maximum voltage in DC that the multimeter can read if a particular range is selected.
For example, if we are measuring the voltage across the terminals of a 9V battery, then the suitable range is 20V, as 9V is above 2000mV but below 200V (the two ranges either side).
Connect the red probe the the positive point on the circuit that is to be measured. Connect the black probe to the negative point on the circuit is to measured.
In a similar way, we can measure the resistance of a resistor or a part of a circuit. Simply select a suitable range and measure by placing the probes to either leg of a resistor.
If you have no idea what value the resistor is, or that particular part of the circuit is, then start with the lowest range (200Ω) and work up from there.
If the multimeter reads just “1″ on the left hand side of the display, then the reading is above whatever range is selected. Simply move up to the next range, e.g. 2000Ω.
The results of the measurement will be in whatever unit is defined by the currently selected range. For example if the range is set to 200Ω, then the reading will be in ohms. If the range is set to 20kΩ, then the reading will be in kilo ohms. Continua a leggere
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A Max for Live device that adds a DC signal. Download here: http://milkcrate.com.au/_other/downloads/M4L/little-scale.DC_Generator.amxd Continua a leggere