Element14 presents : video
26  novembre     14h30
CNC Router Remote Control
   The computer that controls my CNC router is too far away from the router itself. I could have just moved a table and a computer closer to the machine, but that’s no fun But you know what is? Overbuilding a custom solution Join me as I design, pivot, weld, route, 3d print, and solder my way to a...
24  novembre     14h30
What does Bandwidth mean for Oscilloscopes? - Workbench Wednesdays
   Using the Rohde and Schwarz RTH1004 ScopeRider, James talks about oscilloscope bandwidth. In this video, learn what oscilloscope bandwidth is, what it is not, and see two measurements that help you tell if you are being band-limited by an oscilloscope: https: bit.ly 3xiP85O Engage with the...
19  novembre     14h30
Demonstrating Magnetic Fields with Helmholtz Coils in a Snow Globe
   Helmholtz coils are a common tool for testing with magnetic fields due to their capability to generate an even magnetic field. Comprised of two rings of the same size, wrapped with the same amount of magnetic wire around each, and placed the radius width of the rings apart, Helmholtz coils generate...
17  novembre     14h30
A DIY Current Source Demonstrating Ohm’s Law - DC To Daylight
   In this episode, we take a look at the shortcomings of measuring low resistances with a standard digital multimeter. We demonstrate measuring a small resistance using both the two-wire and four-wire kelvin methods. Then we build a standalone current source that will be used in conjunction with a...
12  novembre     14h30
Arduino IoT Cloud Weather Station
   There are plenty of ways to build IoT weather stations Most advanced users come with some security precautions that might be hard to implement. Clem builds an Arduino weather station and instead of struggling with port forwarding and web server coding, he uses the Arduino IoT cloud service to make...
10  novembre     14h30
We Teardown the Nintendo Gamecube - The Electronics Inside
   Since we have torn down a few Xboxes, a PSP, Game and Watch, and a Pong on a chip console, why not expand our gaming history further with the Nintendo Gamecube: https: bit.ly 3qBVfAT Engage with the element14 presents team on the element14 Community - suggest builds, find project files and behind...
05  novembre     13h30
Make your Own Auto-Sensing Solder Fume Extractor
   Forget to turn on the extractor whilst soldering, me too. So I’ve made an automatic sensing extractor, that uses a particulate sensor to monitor the air quality and automatically change the fan speed to match the air quality, therefore creating the optimum extraction for the current job...
03  novembre     13h30
Pros and Cons of Low-Temp Solder Paste - Workbench Wednesdays
   Low-temperature solder paste makes it easier to reflow the solder and re-work surface mount circuit boards. MG Chemicals offers a Bismuth-based paste that works great from larger passive components to fine pitched packages, like QFN. In this video, learn what solder paste is, what it means for a...
29  octobre     13h30
Siren Head Halloween Wearable Costume
   In this episode, Cabe Atwell’s son wants a real-working “Siren Head” costume for Halloween. With a limited budget and time, he crams 80 Watts of siren power into a Siren Head hat. Everything is handmade with simple tools and everyday components. And there are LEDs to top it off....
27  octobre     13h30
What is Ohm’s Law? - DC to Daylight
   In this video, we familiarize ourselves with the concepts of current, voltage, and resistance and how they relate to Ohm’s law. A water circuit shows how current flows in series and parallel circuits, illustrating the relationship between current and resistance. We then examine how a...
22  octobre     13h30
DIY Static Grass Applicator
   What happens when our viewers ask for a specific video? We make it Many element14 community members asked for a video on the static grass applicator Clem used in a previous episode. Instead of just explaining it, he builds a better version that deals with some of the shortcomings of commercially...
20  octobre     13h30
See What’s Inside the Camera that Bridges SLR to DSLR - The Electronics Inside
   We have covered all in one compact cameras, a video camera, a DSLR, and even instant cameras. Let’s fill in the gaps with a Bridge Camera. Thanks again to Katie for the donation of her camera for this teardown https: bit.ly 3C0RLug Engage with the element14 presents team on the element14...
15  octobre     13h30
Adding Android Auto as Non-Permanent Add-On with Raspberry Pi
   Cars can last a long time, they certainly outlast the fast pace of tech advances. So I thought I’d see if I could add some modern conveniences to a slightly older car using a Raspberry Pi and Android Auto: https: bit.ly 3AT2W7f Engage with the element14 presents team on the element14 Community ...
08  octobre     13h30
Make Your Own Ye Olde Book Nook Diorama with Arduino
   Books are a gateway to a magical world full of faraway lands and fantastic characters. A book nook is a literal representation of this gateway, a portal from your bookshelf into another world. Andy’s wizard-themed book nook adds interactivity in the form of a face detection system, digitally...
06  octobre     13h30
Transformers in Action: Tesla Coils - The Learning Circuit
   In Karen’s most recent episode of The Learning Circuit, she shows off some of the most amazing types of transformers, the Tesla coil. Tesla coils are a type of step-up transformer that incorporates a special type, called a resonant transformer. These function at a high voltage and high...