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Hacking Electronics - Af Simon Monk, 300 sider (Engelsk)

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Du behøver ingen ingeniør-uddannelse for at blive klog på elektronik! Denne intuitive vejledning viser dig, hvordan du hurtigt og nemt kan forbinde, adskille, justere og genanvende hvedags-elektronik. Pakket med fuld-farve illustrationer, fotos og diagrammer, lærer Hacking Electronics dig elektronik på en sjov og letforståelig måde. Opdag hvordan du kan bruge sensorer, accelerometre, fjernbetjeninger, ultralydsafstandsmålere, motorer, stereoudstyr, mikrofoner og FM-sendere. Denne 300-siders bog giver dig en flot gennemgang af de mest almindelige færdigheder og teknikker, som du kan have nytte af for at hacke elektronik.

Bogens formål:

  • Safely solder, join wires, and connect switches
  • Identify components and read schematic diagrams
  • Understand the how and why of electronics theory
  • Work with transistors, LEDs, and laser diode modules
  • Power your devices with a/c supplies, batteries, or solar panels
  • Get up and running on Arduino boards and pre-made modules
  • Use sensors to detect everything from noxious gas to acceleration
  • Build and modify audio amps, microphones, and transmitters
  • Fix gadgets and scavenge useful parts from dead equipment

Bogens indhold:

  • Chapter 1: Getting Started
    • 1.1 Getting Stuff
    • 1,2. How to Strip a Wire
    • 1.3. How to Join Wires Together by Twisting
    • 1.4. How to Join Wires by Soldering
    • 1.5. How to Test a Connection
    • 1.6. How to Hacking a Computer Fan to Keep Soldering Fumes Away
  • Chapter 2: Theory Guides
    • 2.1. How to Assemble a Starter Kit of Components
    • 2,2. How to Identify Electronic Components
    • 2.3. What are Current, Resistance and Voltage?
    • 2.4. What is Power?
    • 2.5. How to Read a Schematic Diagram
  • Chapter 3. Basics
    • 3.1. How to Make a Resistor Get Hot
    • 3,2. How to Use Resistors to Divide a Voltage
    • 3.3. How to Convert a Resistance to a Voltage (and make a light meter)
    • 3.4. How to Hack a Push Light to Make it Light Sensing
    • 3.5. How to Chose a Transistor
    • 3.6. How to use a Power MOSFET to Control a Motor
    • 3.7. How to Select the Right Switch
  • Chapter 4: LED Hacks
    • 4.1. How to Stop an LED Burning Out
    • 4,2. How to Select the Right LED for the Job
    • 4.3 How to Use a LM317 to Make a Constant Current Driver
    • 4.4 How to Measure the Forward Voltage of an LED
    • 4.5 How to Power Large Numbers of LEDs
    • 4.6 How to Make LEDs flash
    • 4.7 How to Use Stripboard (LED Flasher)
    • 4.8 How to Use a Laser Diode Module
    • 4.9. Hacking a Slot Car Racer
  • Chapter 5: Batteries and Power
    • 5.1. Select the Right Battery
    • 5,2. Charging Batteries (In General)
    • 5.3. How to Charge a NiMh Battery
    • 5.4. How to Charge a Sealed Lead Acid Battery
    • 5.5. How to Charge a LiPo Battery
    • 5.6. Hacking a Cell Phone Battery
    • 5.7. Controlling the Voltage from a Battery
    • 5.8. Boosting Voltage
    • 5.9. Calculating How Long a Battery Will Last
    • 5.10. Battery Backup
    • 5.11. How to Use Solar Cells
  • Chapter 6: Arduino Hacks
    • 6.1. How to Set up Arduino (and Blink an LED)
    • 6,2. How to Make an Arduino Control a Relay
    • 6.3. How to Hack a Toy for Arduino Control
    • 6.4. How to Measure Voltage with an Arduino
    • 6.5. How to Use an Arduino to Control an LED
    • 6.6. How to Play a Sound with an Arduino
    • 6.7. How to Use Arduino Shields
    • 6.8. How to Control a Relay from a Web Page
    • 6.9. How to Use a Alphanumeric LCD Shield with Arduino
    • 6.10. How to Drive a Servo Motor with an Arduino
    • 6.11. How to Charlieplex LEDs
    • 6.12. How to use a 7-Segment Display with an Arduino (I2C)
    • 6.13. How to make an Automatic Password Typer
  • Chapter 7: Module Hacks
    • 7.1. How to Use a PIR Motion Sensor Module
    • 7,2. How to Use Ultrasonic Range Finder Modules
    • 7.3. How to Use a Wireless Remote Module
    • 7.4. How to Use a Wireless Remote Module with Arduino
    • 7.5. How to Control Motor Speed with a Power MOSFET
    • 7.6. How to Control Motors with a H-Bridge Module
    • 7.7. How to Control a Stepper Motor with an H-Bridge Module
    • 7.8. How to Make a Simple Robot Rover
    • 7.9. How to use a 7-Segment LED Display Module
    • 7.10. How to use a Real Time Clock Module
  • Chapter 8: Hacking with Sensors
    • 8.1. How to Detect Noxious Gas
    • 8,2. How to Measure Something’s Color
    • 8.3. How to Detect Vibration
    • 8.4. How to Measure Temperature
    • 8.5. How to Use an Accelerometer
    • 8.6. How to Sense Magnetic Fields
  • Chapter 9: Audio Hacks
    • 9.1. Hacking Audio leads
    • 9,2. How to use a Microphone Module
    • 9.3. How to Make an FM Bug
    • 9.4. Selecting Loudspeakers
    • 9.5. How to Make a 1W Audio Amplifier
    • 9.6. How to Generate Tones with a 555 Timer
    • 9.7. How to make a USB Music Controller
    • 9.8. How to Make a Software VU Meter
  • Chapter 10: Take Electronic Devices Apart
    • 10.1. How to Avoid Electrocution
    • 10,2. How to Take Something Apart AND Put it Back Together Again
    • 10.3. How to Check a Fuse
    • 10.4. How to Test a Battery
    • 10.5. How to Test a Heating Element
    • 10.6. Finding and Replacing Failed Components
    • 10.7. How to Scavenge Useful Components
    • 10.8. How to Reuse a Cell Phone Power Adapter
  • Chapter 11: Tools and Testing
    • 11.1. How to Use a Multimeter (General)
    • 11,2. How to Use a Multimeter to Test a Transistor
    • 11.3. How to Use a Lab Power Supply
    • 11.4. Introducing the Oscilloscope
    • 11.5. Software Tools

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