Circuit bench - 100 shields for arduino

Circuit bench - 100 shields for arduino

by Newton C. Braga

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Circuit bench - 100 shields for arduino by Newton C. Braga

We can say that in this serie we will give to the readers the opportunity to have in their tablets, iPhones, iPads and PCs a powerful source of ideas for projects and informartions. Microcrocontrollers such as Arduino, MSP430, PICs and others can´t source a large amount of current to loads like motors, relays and lamps. They also can´t work with signals sourced by some types of sensors plugged to their inputs. In these cases they need special ads, circuits to allow the use of power loads and sensor. These circuits are called shields. This book is a collection of 100 circuits of shields including drive to high current loads, motors, sensor, to produce audio signals and much more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9788565050807
Publisher: Editora NCB
Publication date: 02/01/2016
Series: Circuit Bench , #30
Sold by: Bookwire
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 131
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Born November 6, 1946, in São Paulo, Brazil; son of Americo de Carvalho (a teacher) and Dirce (a teacher) Braga; married Neuza Ferreira Lima, November 16, 1979; children: Marcelo Lima. Religion: Roman Catholic. Hobbies and other interests: Astronomy, robotics, soccer, painting. Memberships: Lions Club. Addresses: Home: Rua Vera, 311, Guarulhos, São Paulo 07096, 020 Brazil. Instituto Newton C. Braga Ltda, Rua Vera 311 - Jardim Santa Mena - 07096-020 - Guarulhos - SP - Brazil - E-mail: leitor@newtoncbraga.com.br. Educator, editor, and author. Instituto Newton C. Braga Ltda - Guarulhos - SP, Brazil, president; Colegio Mater Amabilis, instructor in mechatronics, 1999--. Consultant to Community Technical School. Best Book of the Year designation, Anomalist magazine, 2001, for Electronics Projects from the Next Dimension. Author of numerous other books on electronics, published worldwide. Contributor to periodicals, including Popular Electronics, Haut Parleur, Revista saber Eletronica. Eletronica Total, and Poptronics. "Sidelights"Newton C. Braga told: "I started to write technical articles in the Brazilian edition of Popular Electronics when I was only thirteen years old. From that time to now I didn't stop; I have written many books and articles directed for students and professionals of electronics and such related subjects as computers, mechatronics, physics, etc. "I also created a persona named Professor Ventura, who teaches science at the same time as he engages in fantastic adventures with his two favorite students, Beto and Cleto. In the adventures, Ventura and his students show how technical things work and give practical information to the young reader who wants to reproduce devices or experiments. The 'Stories of Professor Ventura' are published only in Brazil. "I write in Portuguese very fast, and when I have a practical idea I create a prototype before I produce an article. When writing in English, since it is not my natural language, I am not so fast and sometimes I need to stop to find the correct expression or word. Of course, my articles and books also need the help of a good English-language editor. "Since the subjects I write on are technical, it is much easier to write than a novel. Electronics and the related sciences are very dynamic, changing very fast. I need to be updated with these changes when I write for publication. When I began my career, electronics consisted of radio and television. After some years it became telecommunications and then computers. Now electronics is becoming fused with mechanics and computers, resulting in mechatronics and artificial intelligence. We need to change to keep our readers. "I think that the adventures of Professor Ventura can be used to teach technology in elementary schools since they involve high-tech devices but include explanations students can understand to the point where they can perform the professor's simple experiments themselves. I hope to find an editor for these stories in the United States; I have over twenty 'Professor Ventura' books published in Brazil."

Table of Contents

1 - Shiled for Relay and Solenoid 2 - Two Transistor Relay Shield 3 - Shield to Trigger SCRs 4 - Full Wave Shield for SCR 5 - Isolated Low Power Shield MOC3020 6 - Opto isolator for SCR Control 7 - Opto Coupler Shield for SCR Control (Power Control) 8 - Monoestable TTL Shield 9 - Power Shield using a DarlingtonTransistor 10 - Power Switch Using a PNP Transistor 11 - Opto Control Shield for Triac 12 - Sound Shield Using the 555 IC 13 - Astable Shield Using the 4070 14 - Two-Tone Controlled Oscillator 15 - Electronic Ride or Crash 16 - Damped Oscillator for Sound Effects 17 - Microcontrolled Intermitent Siren 18 - Microcontrolled TTL Oscillator 19 - Microcontrolled Cricket 20 - Microcontrolled Cricket II 21 - Microcontrolled Siren Using the 4046 IC 22 - Clef Generator 23 - Microconrolled Bongo Drum 24 - Transistor Amplifier 25 - 75 mW Stereo Amplifier Using the TDA7050 26 - Mono and Stereo Amplifier Using the TDA6050 27 - Half-Watt Transistor Amplifier 28 - Simple Audio Output Stage 29 - Audio Amplifier Stage 30 - Simple Amplfier Stage II 31 - Simple Photodiode Amplifier 32 - High Speed Photo-Sensor Amplifier 33 - Opto-Coupler for 15 mm 34 - Low Current Opto-Shield 35 - Interface for AC Signals 36 - IR Receiver 37 - High Power Light Modulator 38 - High Power Light Modulator II 39 - Logic Probe - LM339 40 - Bounceless Switch 41 - Touch Switch Using the 4011 IC 42 - 4046 Monostable 43 - Divide-by-2 Frequency Divider 44 - Shield for Pulsed Radiation 45 - Input Shield for Optical Signals 46 - Phototransistor Shield 47 - One Pulse Generator 48 - CMOS to TTL Interface 49 - IR Modulator 50 - CMOS Touch Switch 51 - Schmitt Trigger 52 - Shield for Motor Direction Control Using a Relay 53 - Relay Shield for DC Motor Control 54 - Motor Shield Using Darlington Transistor 55 - Simple H-Bridge 56 - H-Bridge with Logic 57 - H-Bridge Using Darlington Transistors 58 - Motor Shield H-Bridge using MOSFET and Bipolar 59 - Bistable H-Bridge 60 - Full Bridge Using MOSFETs 61 - H-Bridge Shield With PWM Control 62 - Motor Control Shield with PWM 63 - Multi Power Interface 64 - Monostable IR Shield 65 - Seven Segment Decoder Shield 66 - Automatic DC Motor Speed Control 67 - Linear Combiner 68 - Time Delay Shield 69 - Monostable Shield Using Transistors 70 - 0 to 99 Counter 71 - Counter to 10 Using LEDs 72 - Sequencer Using the 4013 73 - Schmitt Trigger 74 - Analog to Digital Converter 75 - 60 Hz Clock for Instruments 76 - Microcontrolled Power Supply 77 - Astable Light Sensor 78 - XTAL Oscillator (External Clock) 79 - Touch Switch 80 - LED Gate Shield 81 - Isolated Interface 82 - Isolated Triac Shield Using Opto Coupler 83 - Isolated Shield Using Opto Coupler 84 - Voltage Controlled RF Oscillator 85 - Audio Isolator 86 - LED Áudio Modulator 87 - Programmable Frequency Divider 88 - Touch Switch Using the 4093 89 - TTL to CMOS Interface 90 - Laser Diode Modulator 91 - Tone Detector 92 - Microcontrolled Oscillator 93 - Front detector 94 - Bistable Touch Switch 95 - Digitally Controlled Oscillator 96 - Power Supply for Arduino 97 - Three-Component Power Supply for Arduino 98 - Unregulated Power Supply for Arduino 99 - Regulated Power Supply for Arduino 100 - Power Supply for Microcontrollers - 6 or 9 V Using Shields

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