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SILICON CHIP MAGAZINE


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Silicon Chip - December 2016

by Silicon Chip

Now in stock, the December issue of Silicon Chip Magazine. In this month's issue build an Automotive Sensor Modifier. This unit can change the signal response of many of the sensors in your car to improve the driveability, throttle response, handling and so on. The unit accepts a 0-5V input and outputs 0-5V, in a range of 127 steps. The unit includes an easy to read LCD display for making the necessary adjustments. Also this month, build a Digital Theremin, using an Arduino Module together with an acoustic distance sensor. With just a few parts a very interesting musical instrument can be made, with the pitch and volume of the instrument varied according to the distance of your hands.

This month also includes the assembly details for the Precision Voltage and Current Reference, as well as the testing and operating instructions. Finally, build a basic hallway monitor or door sentry, based on the inexpensive Ultrasonic Distance Sensor Module.

In this month's feature article, a look at Nuclear Submarines and how they compare with the diesel-electruc type of conventional submarines. This article looks at the history and propulsion methods of these submarines. Also in this month's features, a look at TrackR and how these small keyring sized tags can be used in a wide number of applications for locating missing dogs, valuables, etc. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPDEC2016


Features

  • A Look At Nuclear Submarines
  • Keep Track of Anything with TrackR
  • Micromite Plus Advanced Programming, Part 2

Projects

  • Automotive Sensor Modifier
  • Arduino Based Digital Theremin
  • Voltage/Current Reference with Touchscreen, Part 2
  • Using an Ultrasonic Sensor Module as a Door Sentry

Limited Stock at only $6.90   


Silicon Chip - November 2016

by Silicon Chip

The November Issue of Silicon Chip has now arrived. In this month's issue, build a 50A Battery Charge Controller. This charger is suitable for the heavy load batteries, normally used with campervans and mobile homes. A typical 230Vac charger will output only around 5A at 12Vdc, this unit supplies up to 50A and will charge your mobile home’s batteries in a fraction of time compared to a standard charger. The unit will switch off the power supply when the batteries are fully charged, with full indication of charging and power status. The unit is also suitable for 12V or 24V batteries.

Also this month, build the Phono Input Converter for using the phono input on an amplifier for a CD player or other line-level source. Ideal for when there are not enough inputs available on your amplifier and the phono input is available. Finally, this month build the Micromite Plus Module with LCD. This powerful microcontroller module is based on the Microchip PIC32MX470 with MMBasic interpreter installed, with a total of 512kb of Flash Program Memory and 128kb of RAM. The full color LCD display has 320 x 240 pixel resolution and can be easily controlled using the MMBasic commands.

In this month's features, an excellent introduction to IoT (The Internet of Things). Confused by all the talk of these devices, this article explains the terminalogy used and what the future holds for these devices. Also in this month’s articles, Micromite programming is explained with examples for creating graphics and also reading and writing to an SD card. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPNOV2016


Features

  • Airbags: Your Car's Explosive Guardian Angels
  • What is the Inernet of Things (IoT)?
  • Micromite Plus Advanced Programming
  • Review: Siglent SDS2104 4x100MHz Mixed Signal Scope

Projects

  • 50A Battery Charge Controller
  • Passive Line to Phono Input Converter
  • Micromite Plus LCD BackPack
  • WiFi Switch Control Using a Raspberry Pi & Smartphone

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Silicon Chip - October 2016

by Silicon Chip

Now in stock, the October issue of Silicon Chip Magazine. In this month's issue build a Zika Mosquito Trap. This easy to build unit, emits a precise frequency sound that attracts the mosquito which can then be lured into a trap. The unit can be mounted in a small project box and then fitted to a large plasic bottle to make an inexpensive trap for these mosquitoes. Also this month, build some Micropower LED Flasher Modules, these small compact modules can replace the previously popular, but now obsolete LM3909 flasher/oscillator IC.

This month also includes the assembly details for the Micromite Plus Explore 100 Module, as well as instructions on calibrating the Touchscreen Appliance Energy Meter. The first part of a new Touchscreen Voltage/Current Reference is also covered. This unit has an output of 0-47V with a very high accuracy of ±0.1%, together with a precision current source or sink, from 1mA to several amps. Both references are controlled by an easy to use, touchscreen display.

In this month's articles, a look at the world’s largest single-dish radio telescope, now in operation in China. This radio telescope can now listen to signals further into deep space than has ever been possible. Also in this month’s features, a look at the available Implantable Medical Devices, from the pacemaker to the latest in brain and nerve simulators. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPOCT2016


Features

  • China's Gigantic Telescope: Scanning Deepest Space
  • Implantable Medical Devices
  • Low-Cost Asian Electronic Modules, Part 1

Projects

  • Lure & Liquidate Lovelorn Ziku Virus Mozzies
  • A New Transformer for the Currawong Valve Amplifier
  • Touchscreen-Controlled Energy Meter, Part 3
  • Two Micropower LED Flasher Modules
  • Micromite Plus Explore 100 Module, Part 2
  • Voltage/Current Reference with Touchscreen, Part 1

Limited Stock at only $6.90   


Silicon Chip - September 2016

by Silicon Chip

The September Issue of Silicon Chip is now available. In this month's issue, build the new Micromite Plus Explore 100. This unit offers more power and more I/O points, than the Explore 64 described last month. The unit is based on the Microchip PIC32MX470 microcontroller with an in-built BASIC interpreter. The board offers 37 general purpose I/O points, with 17 of these available as analog inputs. Also included on the board is two slots for the mikroBUS Click Expansion Boards, a USB 2.0 serial interface, Real Time Clock board socket, PS/2 Keyboard Socket and the board connects directly to a 5-inch touchscreen Color LCD display for brilliant graphics. The unit is ideal for use as a real-time controller or as an embedded controller in a kiosk or equipment control board.

Also this month, build a Mains Timer for pumps or compressors, as well as general appliances. This unit is available in two versions, the first version can be used as a cyclic timer for monitoring a running pump, the unit will monitor the time of operation and switch the unit off, if the operation time is exceeded. Ideal for use with a water pump, to avoid draining the water source in the event of a burst pipe. The second version is a basic period timer and will run an appliance for a set time and then switch the appliance off, after the time has expired. Finally, this month a 4-Input Automotive Fault Detector that can monitor 4-input signals from your car automotive system. The unit will monitor all 4 signals simultaneously and will latch an output LED for the first fault that appears during testing, identifying the initial source of the problem.

In this month’s features, a look at LUCAS, a mechanical device which administers CPR to a person in sudden cardiac arrest, continuously. The unit can administer the CPR more accurately for longer periods or time, with a higher success rate. Also in this month’s features, a look at military robots from the beginning, up to what is available now.
Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPSEP2016


Features

  • LUCAS: Bringing the Dead Back to Life
  • A Look at Military Robots
  • Electronex: Electronics Design & Assembly Expo
  • Taiwan's Booming Electronics Industry

Projects

  • Two 230VAC Mains Timers
  • 4-Input Automotive Fault Detector
  • Micromite Plus Explore 100 with Touchscreen, Part 1
  • Touchscreen-Controlled Energy Meter, Part 2

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Silicon Chip - August 2016

by Silicon Chip

Now in stock, the August issue of Silicon Chip Magazine. In this month's issue build a Touchscreen Controlled Energy Meter. This highly intelligent unit, is ideal for monitoring and determining the cost of running your appliances. The unit features a full color touchscreen display, showing the mains voltage, current, real power, VA, kilowatt-hours and running cost. The unit also allows for different peak charges, including shoulder and off-peak rates. The display even includes a graph showing the power over time. The data can also be downloaded to your PC for a permanent record and further analysis. The unit is based on the Micromite LCD BackPack unit and just requires a few additional parts for the monitoring circuit.

Also this month, build a 8-Digit Auto-Ranging Frequency Meter for hobbyists and technicians. This compact unit can measure up to 55Mhz with a 8-Digit reading and excellent accuracy. The unit is fully auto-ranging and offers a 1Mω input impedance. There is also provision for an external 1000:1 prescaler, as well as three different resolution modes. This month also includes the new Explore 64 Module, based on the popular Micromite Module, this new unit comes with faster speed, more RAM, more Program Memory, more I/O pins and support for USB together with touchscreen displays. The module has a built-in BASIC interpreter with a 512K flash memory and 128k of RAM. Programs can be downloaded and edited using a standard USB connection.

In this month's articles, a look at Personal Flight Vehicles, these strap on jet packs are seeing a lot of new development and a wide range of applications. This article looks firstly at the theory and development of the technology, as well as a quick look at the different products currently available. Also this month, a review of the Tecsun's S-2000 Multiband Radio, this high performance short-wave radio covers a wide range of frequency bands and is loaded with features. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPAUG2016


Features

  • Personal Flight Vehicles
  • Review: Tescun's S-2000 Multiband Radio

Projects

  • Touchscreen-Controlled Energy Meter
  • Compact 8-Digit Auto-Ranging Frequency Meter
  • Micromite Plus & The Explore 64 Module
  • Add a 7-inch Touchscreen to your Raspberry Pi

Limited Stock at only $6.90   


Silicon Chip - July 2016

by Silicon Chip

The July Issue of Silicon Chip has now arrived. In this month's issue, build a Universal Temperature Alarm. This compact alarm unit can monitor temperatures from -33°C to +125°C and can be used to monitor your fish tank, home brew, freezer unit, fridge or hot water system. The unit features a wide range of alarm options, including over termperature, under temperature or when the temperature moves outside a specified range. The unit is easy to build and uses only through-hole components, together with easy mounting in a small plastic project box.

Also this month, build the Brownout Protector for induction motors. A brownout (i.e. low voltage condition) can cause an induction motor to burn out, as the voltage is not sufficient for starting. This unit will protect a single phase 230Vac induction motor up to 2,300W. The unit features an adjustable voltage threshold, switch-on delay and an indication of normal power and brownout conditions. Finally, this month a Touchscreen Super Clock that can show the time in either an Analog or Digital format. This attractive looking unit can display the time in up to 20 different locations with GPS accuracy and adjustment for daylight saving times.

In this month's features, a look at how Directional Drilling works. Horizontal drilling is expected to release vast amounts of oil and gas, by tapping a large seam of oil and gas. This article looks at how it's done and some of the equipment used. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPJUL2016


Features

  • Directional Drilling: How It Works
  • Australian World Record in Photovoltaic Efficiency
  • How Good Are Those 2.4GHz AV Senders?

Projects

  • Universal -33°C to 125°C Temperature Alarm
  • Brownout Protector for Induction Motors
  • Touchscreen Super Clock
  • Stereo Audio Level/VU Meter, Part 2

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Silicon Chip - June 2016

by Silicon Chip

Now in stock, the June issue of Silicon Chip Magazine. In this month's issue build a 100dB Stereo LED Audio Level/VU Meter. This unit is much more than your standard LED Audio Level Display, the unit uses 80 high-brightness SMD LED's to give a large and colourful display which shows both the average audio signal level plus the peak levels. The unit has a number of selectable display modes, for displaying peak+average, average only, peak only or VU style. The meter range is also selectable between 40dB to 100dB, together with an adjustable brightness control. The unit is a terrific addition to an audio system, providing an attractive, easy to read display.

Also this month, build a Hotel Safe Alarm for travellers. This compact unit sits inside your hotel safe and will give a large, audible alarm if the safe is opened. The unit has an adjustable entry delay timer, as we as an adjustable alarm period. The unit will also give a visual indication, if the safe has been opened will you were away. This month, also build an Arduino Cooler System Monitor for a laser cutter, based on a small Arduino board, this unit monitors the speed of the fans, the water flow and temperature inside the cutter and gives an attractive visual display of the temperature and also sounds an alarm in the case of a malfunction.

In this month's articles, a look at the new portable small nuclear reactors being developed. These units offer a transportable power source of up to 25MWe, that can easily be used in remote or isolated areas. Also this month, an interesting article on repairing an old HP ProBook, is it worth repairing or scrapping? This article looks at the work involved and the end results. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPJUN2016


Features

  • Small Nuclear Reactors: Reliable Power at Low Risk
  • Bringing An HP ProBook Laptop Back From The Dead
  • Review: Tescun PL365 Radio Receiver
  • Review: Rohde & Scharz RTH1004 Scope Rider

Projects

  • Stereo Audio Level/VU Meter: Add Bling to Your HiFi System
  • Arduino Based Cooling System Monitor
  • Hotel Safe Alarm for Travellers
  • Budget Senator 2-Way Loudspeaker System, Part 2

Great Value at only $6.90   


Silicon Chip - May 2016

by Silicon Chip

The May Issue of Silicon Chip has now arrived. In this month's issue, build the new Senator Budget Loudspeaker System. The original Senator speaker system was quite expensive at around $1,700 per pair. This new budget system, has much of the same performance as the original but can be built at a much reduced cost. The speaker system is suitable for up to 60W RMS and has a sensitivity of 93dB/1Watt @ 1m. A high-performance woofer and tweeter is used, combined with a crossover unit built is a large sturdy, attractive speaker enclosure. Ideal for the music enthusiast, these speakers will deliver remarkable performance for a budget price.

Also this month, build a 230/115VAC 50/60Hz Precision Turntable Driver. This unit has a 12-15Vdc input and will deliver a highly accurate 220VAC or 110VAC output, making it ideal for use where a mains supply is not available. Also the unit delivers a reliable frequency supply, reducing the effects of frequency or voltage variation on the turntable and hence the music. Finally, this month a 4-Input Temperature Sensor Unit for the Raspberry Pi. Four Dallas BS18B20 1-Wire Digital Temperature Sensors can be easily connected to your Raspberry Pi Board for temperature monitoring in a number of locations.

In this month's features, an interesting article on Atmospheric Electricity. A look at the earth's electric circuit and what causes lighting, as well as the Aurora. Also this month, a look at how to convert your old VHS Video tapes to digital format for storage on a DVD or computer. Analog video tapes only have a limited life and to avoid losing those precious family memories, a digital copy is essential. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPMAY2016


Features

  • Atmospheric Electricity: Nature's Spectacular Fireworks
  • How to Convert Analog Video Tapes to Digital Format
  • USB Cameras: Use Them With Your Smartphone

Projects

  • Budget Senator 2-Way Loudspeaker System
  • 230/115VAC, 50/60Hz Precision Turntable Driver
  • 4-Input Temperature Sesnor PCB for the Raspberry Pi
  • Arduino Multifunction 24-bit Measuring Shield, Part 2

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Limited Stock at only $6.90   


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Silicon Chip - April 2016

by Silicon Chip

Now in stock, the April issue of Silicon Chip Magazine has just arrived, in this month's issue build a Touch-Screen Boat Computer. This unit features an accurate digital speedometer, showing speed in knots, km/h and mph, on a large touch screen display. The unit also displays heading, location and relative bearing, together with accurate position information using the included GPS module. The unit is easy to build, being based on the Micromite mini-computer that is loaded with the necessary software for the unit.

Also this month, build the Microwave Leakage Detector unit. This compact unit can be easily mounted to the side of your microwave and will display the leakage, in an easy to read row of LED's. The unit can also test WiFi access point activity. This month, also build a simple Fridge/Freezer Alarm, this miniature unit can be placed inside your fridge or freezer and will give a warning if the door remains open for longer than a set period. Finally this month, a 24-bit measuring shield for your Arduino board. This PC linked instrument can measure DC voltages with a very high 24-bit accuracy.

In this month's articles, a look at Gravitational Waves. Scientists have now proven the existance of these waves, originally proposed by Einstein in his theory of relativity. In this article, a basic background of the theory and also how they were discovered. Also in this month's articles, a look at Digital TV and MPEG-4. A number of broadcasters are now also transmitting MPEG-4 signals with much higher definition than the previous standard definition signals. This month looks at the different resolutions and if your TV is capable of using these signals. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading. (Note: Catalogue Not Included)

Part Code: SILCHIPAPR2016


Features

  • Gravitional Waves: Einstein Was Right
  • Digital TV & MPEG-4: The Current State of Play
  • Review: Keysight U1282A & U1242C Multimeters

Projects

  • Touch Screen Boat Computer with GPS
  • Microwave Leakage Detector
  • Fridge/Freezer Alarm
  • Arduino Multifunction 24-bit Measuring Shield

Special Price of only $6.90   


Silicon Chip - March 2016

by Silicon Chip

The March Issue of Silicon Chip in now in stock. In this month's issue, build a Ultrasonic Garage Parking Assistant. This unit displays the distance from the wall to your car's bumper in centimetres on a large LCD display, which can be mounted on the side wall of your garage. The background of the display also changes color depending on how close you are to the wall, with the display changing to yellow for warning and to bright red, when you are too close. The unit is very easy to build, using a pre-programmed Micromite Controller connected to touch screen LCD panel and a ultrasonic distance sensor module. The unit uses a basic plugpack for power and is housed in a standard plastic project box.

Also this month, for the car enthusiasts, build a Delta Throttle Timer. This unit monitors the accelerator peddle for rapid periods of acceleration and deceleration. This can then be used to drive the intercooler water spray or to switch to the engine to power mode, when you need to accelerate rapidly. The unit uses all standard through-hole components and can be assembled in a few hours. Finally, this month a Battery Pack Cell Balancer. Most chargers supply a single power source to a battery pack without monitoring the individual cells. This can lead to incomplete charging and overcharging of some cells. This project balances the power to each cell and ensures the charge is spread evenly over the battery pack. The unit is suitable for lithium-ion, Nicad and NiMH battery packs.

This month's features takes a look at Quantum Computers, these computers are able to solve problems far quicker than conventional computers, this month looks at theory and history behind this computing technology. Also this month, how to replace failed batteries in emergency lights. Instead of disposing of the entire fitting, simply replace the battery and reduce waste. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading. (Note: Catalogue Not Included)

Part Code: SILCHIPMAR2016


Features

  • A Look at Quantum Computers
  • Macroscopic Entanglement at Room Temperature
  • Save Money by Replacing Batteries in Emergency Lights

Projects

  • Ultrasonic Garage Parking Assistant
  • 1-Wire Digital Temperature Sensor for the Raspberry Pi
  • Delta Throttle Timer for Cars
  • Solar MPPT Charger & Lighting Controller, Part 2
  • Battery-Pack Cell Balancer for Optimum Charging

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Great Value at only $6.90   


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Silicon Chip - February 2016

by Silicon Chip

The February issue of Silicon Chip Magazine has just arrived, in this month's issue build a Solar MPPT Charger. The unit features Maximim Power Point Tracking(MPPT) to ensure the maximim amount of power is delivered to the batteries in both light and dull conditions. The unit is suitable for solar panels of up to 220W and will work at both 12V and 24V. The unit also allows for the charging of both lead-acid and lithium iron phosphate batteries. Charging of lead-acid batteries utilizes a 3-stage cycle or bulk charging, absorption and float charging. The unit also incorporates a lighting controller for turning on lights at twilight or for a certain time period. The Solar MPPT charger is housed in a solid diecast box and utilizes through-hole components for easy assembly.

Also this month, the second part of the popular Valve Preamplifier project. This month the construction details for the housing are provided, together with details of improving the bass response. Finally this month, how to use the Micromite LCD Backpack, featuring a touch-screen display. This unit combines a Colour 320x240 LCD display with a 32-bit microcontroller running a BASIC interpreter. The unit is ideal for use as an instrument display or as a complete control unit with touch screen buttons on the front of the display.

In this month's articles, a look at Defibrillators. These compact units can save many lives and have a higher success rate than normal CPR applied in emergency cases. This article looks at some of the units available and how they work. Also this month, a look at crowd funding and in particular the 'Joey' project. This compact board is an add-on display board for the Raspberry Pi mini computer. This article looks at how the funds were raised and the success of the board. This month's magazine also includes all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPFEB2016


Features

  • Defibrillators Save Lives
  • Crowd Funding: Kickstarter & “The Joey”
  • Review: Keithley's 2460 Sourcemeter

Projects

  • Micromite LCD BackPack with Touch-Screen Display
  • Solar MPPT Charger & Lighting Controller, Part 1
  • Raspberry Pi Temperature/Humidity/Pressure Monitor, Part 2
  • Valve Stereo Preamplifier for Hi-Fi Systems, Part 2

Special Price of only $6.90   


Silicon Chip - January 2016

by Silicon Chip

In this month build the QuickBrake which helps reduce the risk of rear-end collisions. This unit provides the additional few microseconds warning to the following driver when a sudden reduction in acceleration takes place, which can mean the difference between a rear-end crash and a near-miss. The unit monitors the Throttle Position Sensor or a Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor, for sudden changes in voltages from these sensors, which is what will happen when you quickly lift your foot off the accelerator pedal. The unit is build around readily available, standard through-hole components and can be built in a few hours. Also this month, for the valve enthusiasts, build a Stereo Valve Preamplifier with low distortion and a very high signal-to-noise ratio. The unit uses two 12AX7 Dual Triodes built onto a single pcb with onboard power regulators and RCA sockets for signal connection. Finally, this month a Raspberry Pi Temperature/Humidity/Pressure Monitor. This unit is mounted on top of your Raspberry Pi and enables remote monitoring by the web of the various environmental conditions.

This month's main feature has a look at Blood Pulse Oximeters, these essential units for hospitals, monitor the oxygen level in a patients blood. This article looks at the design and theory begind these units. Also this month, a look at Versatile Technology, this innovative company has become a world leader in making equipment for testing metal soft-drink/beer cans, as well as PET plastic bottles. Plus all the regular columns, including the Circuit Notebook, Serviceman's Log and Vintage Radio are included, providing stacks of great reading.

Part Code: SILCHIPJAN2016


Features

  • Blood Pressure Oximeters: How They Work
  • Versatile Technology: An Aussie Innovator
  • Handy Reactance Wallchart

Projects

  • Valve Stereo Preamplifier for Hi-Fi Systems
  • Raspberry Pi Temperature/Humidity/Pressure Monitor, Part 1
  • High Visibility 6-Digit LED GPS Clock, Part 2
  • Reduce Rear-End Collisions with QuickBrake

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