Hot off the presses and filled with tons of engaging content, the September 2014 edition of Elektor Magazine is now available for purchase and download!
We’ve some big projects in this month’s issue. Our main feature being a high-quality Professional Lab Power Supply based on a power transformer made from PCB tracks. With high stability and precise regulation, this power supply project is perfect for any engineer looking for a real DIY challenge.
For those of you looking for a different kind of challenge, we have a project which highlights one of our most recently designed products: T-Boards 8/14/28! These three mini-development boards will help you escalate beyond the limitations posed by Arduino-style boards so you can continue developing your own microcontroller based boards.
Continuing our theme of affordable alternatives to expensive hardware, we have the Elektor Isolated Oscilloscope Probe to answer all of your test & measurement needs.
Also included is the fifth installment of our Microcontroller BootCamp series of articles, this time focusing on the three timers of the ATmega328 and a few of their practical applications.
As usual, you can expect the staple Elektor content that appears each and every issue, such as the original “Elektorized” Hexadoku, another amusing Retronics segment from Editor-in-Chief Jan Buiting and Day #13 of Design Spark Tips & Tricks – this time focusing on component placement on PCBs, from automatic to manual.
Our September 2014 edition is on sale now in the Elektor Web Store and in selected bookshops and kiosks (subject to transport delays). Elektor GREEN and GOLD members can download their digital copy from the Elektor-Magazine website.