Circuits, Third Edition Textbook helps students understand a wide range of timeless principles and problem techniques that are essential to circuit studies. Generally, circuit theory is the entry course in pursuing education in electrical and computer engineering. While this book is a great introductory text, a background in physics and elementary differential and integral calculus is assumed.
NI Circuit Design Suite combines Multisim 14.3 and Ultiboard software, to offer students a complete set of tools for circuit design, simulation, validation, and layout. The Circuit Design Suite software download helps you design circuits using intuitive and cost-effective tools.
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Kids can use their imagination to combine SNAP CIRCUITS® with ordinary building bricks and make endless combinations of construction and circuitry.
Snap Circuits® Student Guide for SC-100/SC-100R. Student Guide has 48 color pages. For an enhanced learning experience because it teaches electronics. Includes quizzes to verify learning.
The myDevBoard is an accessory board designed to connect directly to the NI myDAQ hardware. The Protoboard consists of a prototyping space as well as each I/O line from NI myDAQ broken out through quad contact blocks to make wiring easier.
The PmodTMP2 is an ambient temperature sensor powered by the Analog Devices® ADT7420. Through the I2C interface, users may appreciate a resolution of 0.0078 °C through 16 bits of data.
The PmodSWT provides users with four slides switches for up to 16 different binary logic inputs to for the attached system board.
The PmodSSD is a two-digit seven-segment display. Users can toggle through GPIO signals which digit is currently on at a rate of 50 Hz or greater to achieve persistence-of-vision to give the effect of both digits being lit up simultaneously.
The PmodMAXSONAR is a single-transducer ultrasonic range finder that uses the MaxBotix® LV-MaxSonar®-EZ1™. Users can measure how far away an object is with an accuracy within 1 inch to over 20 feet away. Information is sent in a variety of ways including UART, PWM, and analog signals.
PmodKYPD - 16-Button Keypad is a peripheral module featuring a 16-button keypad. The keys are numbered in a hexadecimal fashion (0-9, A-F). It uses a standard 12-pin Pmod header that will indicate which row and which column has been pressed in the array of buttons.
The PmodACL2 is a 3-axis MEMS accelerometer powered by the Analog Devices ADXL362. By communicating with the chip via the SPI protocol, users may receive up to 12 bits of resolution for each axis of acceleration.
The Pmod VGA provides a VGA port to any board with Pmod connectivity. The VGA port can be used to drive standard displays such as televisions and monitors. The host board must be capable of driving a fast parallel data bus in order to properly drive a display with the Pmod VGA.
MXP Wirewrap provides a large 14 x 21 hole prototyping area on an expansion card compatible with the my-RIO Expansion Port (MXP). The MXP Wirewrap functions as an I/O breakout, with bus traces for GND, 3.3V, & 5V on either side of the prototyping area. The MXP Wirewrap's connector is also keyed to ensure correct connection with your NI my-RIO.