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DIY power supply debugger
posted May 31 2011 19:36.40 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I have face similar situations myself in the past, where something goes wrong, some when, somehow. This is exactly the situation that Jeri faced and decided to built this very useful tool. The board is actual a voltage watchdog with two selectable voltage threshold levels. It can be hooked up into different positions and monitor the voltage for brown outs. Whenever the voltage falls under a specific level, the counter is increased by 1. Cool tool, very useful.



[Link: jeri ellsworth]
Tags: monitor   tools   electronic project   diy   sensors   
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