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Basics of Strain Gauge Measurements

The strain gauge is one of the most useful tools for precisely measuring expansion or contraction of a material as forces are applied. Strain gauges are also useful for measuring applied forces indirectly if they are aligned approximately linearly with the deformation of the material. What are Strain Gauges Strain gauges are sensors whose electrical … Read moreBasics of Strain Gauge Measurements

Difference Between Alternating Current(AC) and Direct Current(DC)

In this post we try to investigate the mains differences between alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC). The word AC and DC are pretty common with electronics and we all come across it while developing or dealing electronic circuit designs. Overview Though the terms are very ordinary with the field, many noobs become confused … Read moreDifference Between Alternating Current(AC) and Direct Current(DC)

Understanding and Using a Piezo Transducer

In this post we try to investigate what transducers are and how they need to be configured in circuits while using them in a given application Understanding Piezo Transducers A piezo transducer is a device primarily used for converting an applied frequency to audible sound. It may be compared to a loud speaker, the only … Read moreUnderstanding and Using a Piezo Transducer

Astable Multivibrator Circuit Using NAND Gates

An astable multivibrator is referred to an electronic configuration which is able to generate continuous alternate high and low pulses from a couple of outputs, operating in tandem. Why IC 4093 You might have well come across such astable circuits using a couple of transistors, a couple of capacitors and a few resistors.However more simpler … Read moreAstable Multivibrator Circuit Using NAND Gates

How to Use an Opamp as a Comparator Circuit

In this post we comprehensively learn how to use any opamp as a comparator in a circuit for comparing a input differentials and producing the corresponding outputs. What is an Op amp Comparator We’ve been using an op amp IC probably since we started learning electronics, I am referring to this wonderful little IC 741, … Read moreHow to Use an Opamp as a Comparator Circuit

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