Electronics Workbench has enabled a very wide variety of circuits to be designed on screen, tested and modified before being committed to a PCB layout. This book provides a collection of circuit modules which can be tried and tested using the enclosed CD-ROM in conjunction with Electronics Workbench Version 5. The book and CD-Rom guide the reader from the simplest circuits using bulbs and batteries to advanced systems using integrated circuits. A systems approach is employed and you are invited to experiment on screen to gain insight into the function of components and how they interact. Theory is tested by questions at the end of each chapter. The free CD ROM includes a demo version of Electronics Workbench and all the circuits in the book, fifteen of which can be run within the demo. Max Horsey is the Head of Electronics at Radley College and is the author of numerous articles for Everyday Electronics, Radio a Electronics Constructor and Electronics and Beyond. He has also written a book entitled Electronics in Practice, published in 1986. Am includes Electronics Workbench CD-ROM with circuits constructed using this exciting software Am useful projects to build Am learn how to use Electronics Workbench for real, as well as take advantage of the circuit modules that are described and realised in this book181 1 01010/I12V 12V IA] 1laamp; Anode Gatoc | I Figure 14.1 Simple alarm circuit A simple latching alarm circuit can be made as shown in Figure 14.2. Care must be taken to prevent the thyristor being triggered accidentally, and so the 2.2 kQanbsp;...
|Title||:||Electronics Projects Using Electronics Workbench|
|Author||:||M. P. Horsey|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 1998|