Simple Wireless Power Transmission Circuit to Glow an LED
The Wireless Electricity Transfer concept is not new. It was first demonstrated by Nikola Tesla in the year 1890. Nikola Tesla introduced electrodynamics induction or resonant inductive coupling by lighting up three light bulbs from the distance of 60 feet from the power source. We have also built a Mini Tesla Coil to transfer the energy.
Check out the circuit here: https://circuitdigest.com/electronic-circuits/simple-wireless-power-transmission-circuit-diagram
Different Types of Transformers and Their Applications
A transformer is a widely used device in the electrical and electronics domain. It is an electromagnetic device which follows the basic principle of electromagnetism discovered by Michael Faraday. We have covered about Transformers construction and operation in detail in previous tutorial. Here we will cover different types of transformers used in different types of applications. However, all types of transformers follow the same principles but they have different construction method.
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Learn the basics and working of inductors in the below linked article:
2212 (BLDC) BRUSHLESS DC MOTOR is a high speed
brushless motor designed specifically for Quadcopters, Drones or toy
planes. The motor is OUTRUNNER type where outside case rotates while
inside stays fixed. It is one of popular model in the market because
it’s low cost. It is preferred for small drones and planes. The model is
available in different speeds and should be chosen appropriately.
Frequency Measurements In Ed’s November article he described how an Arduino-based tester automatically measures a resonator’s frequency response to produce data defining its electrical parameters. Here, he examines the results of those measurements and delves into variable series capacitance as … Continue reading
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Wearable devices put extreme demands on the embedded electronics that make them work. Devices spanning across the consumer, fitness and medical markets all need a mix of low-power, low-cost and high-speed processing. MCUs & Analog ICs Meet Needs … Continue reading
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