User-friendly manual that guides through 14 great laboratory exercises to understand onboard modules, full- color board schematics and a 100-page graph paper books are included.
Analog Development Boards are specially designed to provide platform for creating analog systems using modules such as OP-Amps, analog multipliers, Digital-to- analog converters, Lowdropout Voltage regulators, transistors, diodes and more
Provision to connect +/-10V power supply.
Onboard Low Drop Out linear (TPS7250 LDO) voltage regulator. It is a low quiescent current, low Noise, high PSSR, fast start-up LDO
TPS40200 non-synchronous Buck Converter used to provide a resistor-selected 3.3V / 5V output.
Onboard general-purpose prototyping area with 2.54mm/1 OOmil pad spacing for custom projects.
Onboard 2N3906 PNP, 2N3904 NPN Bipolar and BD250 P-channel MOSFETTransistors.
Onboard two Diode sockets (1N4448) for use as rectifier.
Onboard two 1 KO Trimmers to get variable voltage.
Onboard Three Wide bandwidth (MPY634) Analog Multipliers.
Onboard Three TLG82 OP-Amps for use as Inverting, Non-Inverting and Voltage Buffer. Each IC has two Op- Amps.
Onboard two 12-bit, Parallel-Input multiplying Digital to Analog Convprters (DAC7821).