Elektor's YouTube channel — ElektorTV — has reached a new milestone of 20,000 subscribers. We thank all of the professional electrical engineers, electronics makers, and students who have taken the the time watch our videos since 2008, when we first launched our YouTube channel. 

More technical demos, interviews, teardowns, and electronics tutorials in are the ElektorTV pipeline. Whether you are interested in DIY electronics projects, in-depth interviews with electronics industry thought leaders, or embedded development tutorials, Elektor has you covered. Join us on the journey to 30,000 ElektorTV subs!

Popular Elektor.TV Videos

Here are some of the more popular videos on our channel. Check them out!

How to Code (Download) or Clone Something From GitHub
If you use microcontrollers or work on electronics projects that involve open-source software, you will most certainly have come across GitHub. Today, it is the go-to place for engineers and makers to share source code for all sorts of open-source projects and applications, ranging from simple single-file Arduino sketches to large cloud apps comprising of thousands of files. 

Raspberry Pi Pico Review
Raspberry Pi entered a new era with the launch of the RP2040 microcontroller and the Pico board, which is the first Raspberry Pi board that does not run Linux! The RP2040 is a dual-core, 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+ device with 264 KB of RAM and up to 16 MB of external QSPI flash memory. The Raspberry Pi Pico is a microcontroller board based on the RP2040 MCU: Dual-core ARM Cortex-M0+ RP2040 MCU, 264 KB RAM, 2 MB Flash, 26 GPIO pins, Drag-and-drop programming over USB, and SWD port for debugging and programming.

Home Automation With Home Assistant and ESPHome - First Steps
Home automation is simplified with open-source projects like ESPurna, ESPhome and Home Assistant. They enable you to focus your time on defining automation rules for your various connected devices. Plus, they support numerous commercially available products, so you can integrate ESP-based devices. Watch the video to learn how to install Home Assistant (i.e., hass.io) on a Raspberry Pi. We cover how to transform a custom ESP8266 device into an ESPHome device that connects to Home Assistant and more. 

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