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Can I use a bigger battery

This is a common question which people starting out in Electronics struggle with. Batteries have ratings in volts, and mAh. Sometimes they’re rated in C or A too. Trying to understand what you can safely change, and what won’t work is difficult. Batteries come in multiples of 1.2, 1.5, 2, 3 and 3.7 volts (actually, […]

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Voltage, Current and Resistance in simple terms

One knowledge area which you are expected to be familiar with for ‘Engineering Operations’ is the basic function of electronic components, and some simple strategies that can be used to test them. You can find many books on basic electronic theory, but these tend to be aimed at people who will be designing circuits – […]

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Assembling and Testing electronic circuits. Preparation.

Before you start assembling a circuit in a working environment, there are some general preparations which you need to make. Since this is a work environment, it is covered by health and safety legislation. There might also be specific working practices defined, such as not working alone (in case of accident), only eating/drinking at designated […]

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