archive-org.com » ORG » O » OPENLOGGER.ORG

Total: 417

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Open Logger Project : Open Thermal Regulator
    range for determined or indefinite time periods Examples of intended use include incubators laboratory cooling and heating blocks and low tolerance refrigeration The hardware portion of this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Share Alike 3 0 License The software portion of this work is licensed under a GNU General Public License V3 Created by System Administrator Last Modification Tuesday 29 of December 2009 21 39 44

    Original URL path: http://www.openlogger.org/tikiwiki-2.2/tiki-print.php?page=Open%20Thermal%20Regulator (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Open Logger Project : Open Thermal Regulator
    Open Thermal Regulator Open Wildlife Camera Trap Similar Sidebar Menu Home Search Wiki Wiki Home Last Changes List pages Orphan pages Structures Articles Articles home List articles Forums List forums Directory Browse directory File Galleries List galleries Sidebar Login Login as User Password Remember me Login I forgot my password Standard Secure Support this Site Please help support this site Contribute your time and knowledge to develop new projects and

    Original URL path: http://www.openlogger.org/tikiwiki-2.2/tiki-likepages.php?page=Open%20Thermal%20Regulator (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Open Logger Project : Required Tools
    Basic Multimeter r1c3 Created by kelly Last Modification Sunday 08 of February 2009 14 02 38 UTC by kelly Similar Sidebar Menu Home Search Wiki Wiki Home Last Changes List pages Orphan pages Structures Articles Articles home List articles Forums List forums Directory Browse directory File Galleries List galleries Sidebar Login Login as User Password Remember me Login I forgot my password Standard Secure Support this Site Please help support

    Original URL path: http://www.openlogger.org/tikiwiki-2.2/tiki-index.php?page=Required+Tools (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Open Logger Project : Required Tools
    Solder rosin core 031 r1c3 r1c1 Shear cutters r1c3 r1c1 Needle nose pliers r1c3 r1c1 Wire strippers r1c3 r2c1 Basic Multimeter r1c3 Created by kelly Last Modification Sunday 08 of February 2009 14 02 38 UTC by kelly The original

    Original URL path: http://www.openlogger.org/tikiwiki-2.2/tiki-print.php?page=Required%20Tools (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Open Logger Project : Required Tools
    Search Wiki Wiki Home Last Changes List pages Orphan pages Structures Articles Articles home List articles Forums List forums Directory Browse directory File Galleries List galleries Sidebar Login Login as User Password Remember me Login I forgot my password Standard Secure Support this Site Please help support this site Contribute your time and knowledge to develop new projects and improve existing ones You can also make donations below to help

    Original URL path: http://www.openlogger.org/tikiwiki-2.2/tiki-likepages.php?page=Required%20Tools (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Open Logger Project : How To Solder
    been cleaned you are ready to place the component on the board Bend the leads as necessary and insert the component through the proper holes on the board To hold the part in place while you are soldering you may want to bend the leads on the bottom of the board at a 45 degree angle Once you are sure that the component is properly placed you can more on to the next step 2 Apply Heat Apply a very small amount of solder to the tip of the iron This helps conduct the heat to the component and board but it is not the solder that will make up the joint Now you are ready to actually heat the component and board Lay the iron tip so that it rests against both the component lead and the board Normally it takes one or two seconds to heat the component up enough to solder but larger components and larger soldering pads on the board can increase the time 3 Apply Solder And Remove Heat Once the component lead and solder pad has heated up you are ready to apply solder Touch the tip of the strand of solder to the component lead and solder pad but not the tip of the iron If everything is hot enough the solder should flow freely around the lead and pad Once the surface of the pad is completely coated you can stop adding solder and remove the soldering iron in that order Don t move the joint for a few seconds to allow the solder to cool If you do move the joint you will get what s called a cold joint This will be discussed shortly 4 Trim Leads After soldering all of the wires or leads from a part use cutters to trim the excess wire nearly flush with the board 5 Cleanup After you have made all the solder joints you may wish to clean with steel wool or solvent to remove all the left over rosin You may also wish to coat the bottom of the board with lacquer This will prevent oxidation and keep it nice and shiny Cold Solder Joints A cold joint is a joint in which the solder does not make good contact with the component lead or printed circuit board pad Cold joints occur when the component lead or solder pad moves before the solder is completely cooled Cold joints make a really bad electrical connection and can prevent your circuit from working Cold joints can be recognized by a characteristic grainy dull gray colour and can be easily fixed This is done by first removing the old solder with a desoldering tool or simply by heating it up and flicking it off with the iron Once the old solder is off you can resolder the joint making sure to keep it still as it cools Tips and Tricks for Soldering Soldering is something that needs to be practiced These tips should help you

    Original URL path: http://www.openlogger.org/tikiwiki-2.2/tiki-index.php?page=How+To+Solder (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Open Logger Project : How To Solder
    through the circuit board traces Component leads may also need cleaning if they have glue from packaging or rust from improper storage Start Soldering 1 Component Placement After the component and board have been cleaned you are ready to place the component on the board Bend the leads as necessary and insert the component through the proper holes on the board To hold the part in place while you are soldering you may want to bend the leads on the bottom of the board at a 45 degree angle Once you are sure that the component is properly placed you can more on to the next step 2 Apply Heat Apply a very small amount of solder to the tip of the iron This helps conduct the heat to the component and board but it is not the solder that will make up the joint Now you are ready to actually heat the component and board Lay the iron tip so that it rests against both the component lead and the board Normally it takes one or two seconds to heat the component up enough to solder but larger components and larger soldering pads on the board can increase the time 3 Apply Solder And Remove Heat Once the component lead and solder pad has heated up you are ready to apply solder Touch the tip of the strand of solder to the component lead and solder pad but not the tip of the iron If everything is hot enough the solder should flow freely around the lead and pad Once the surface of the pad is completely coated you can stop adding solder and remove the soldering iron in that order Don t move the joint for a few seconds to allow the solder to cool If you do move the joint you will get what s called a cold joint This will be discussed shortly 4 Trim Leads After soldering all of the wires or leads from a part use cutters to trim the excess wire nearly flush with the board 5 Cleanup After you have made all the solder joints you may wish to clean with steel wool or solvent to remove all the left over rosin You may also wish to coat the bottom of the board with lacquer This will prevent oxidation and keep it nice and shiny Cold Solder Joints A cold joint is a joint in which the solder does not make good contact with the component lead or printed circuit board pad Cold joints occur when the component lead or solder pad moves before the solder is completely cooled Cold joints make a really bad electrical connection and can prevent your circuit from working Cold joints can be recognized by a characteristic grainy dull gray colour and can be easily fixed This is done by first removing the old solder with a desoldering tool or simply by heating it up and flicking it off with the iron Once the old solder is

    Original URL path: http://www.openlogger.org/tikiwiki-2.2/tiki-print.php?page=How%20To%20Solder (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Open Logger Project : How To Solder
    Minidisc Recorders Jinan traffic police to the illegal parking police just because it uses the solar to warmth louis vuitton belt Services louis vuitton outlet to ignore PASSWORD Open Thermal Regulator Outputs to Inputs Required Tools The nondescript America dream aristocratic bathroo The Symptoms And Causes Of Clinical Depression In Thermistor Read Tory Burch Sale TOS User Directory What Does It Mean To Be Politically Independent Similar Sidebar Menu Home

    Original URL path: http://www.openlogger.org/tikiwiki-2.2/tiki-likepages.php?page=How%20To%20Solder (2016-04-24)
    Open archived version from archive



  •