Neon tube converter - IPRS Baneasa - Prospect 8605

Neon tube converter - IPRS Baneasa - Prospect 8605

Reading time: 4 minute The neon lamp powered by this installation allows lighting in the absence of the electrical network (for example in camping conditions) or in case of damage to this network. The electronic DIY kit presented aims to familiarize the amateur electronics engineer with the construction and operation of a simple converter with transformer.

Telephone timer - IPRS Baneasa - Prospect 8607

Reading time: 4 minute This vintage DIY electronic kit is a time relay, with a time delay of at least 165 seconds, indicated (at that time) to signal the 3 minutes of a telephone call being exceeded. This 3-minute delay was used because at that time (1988), if this time was exceeded, additional costs were imposed. Of course, the assembly has various other applications in electronics and not only, being relatively easy to build.

Amplifier 10W - IPRS Baneasa - Prospect 8109

Reading time: 4 minute This vintage DIY electronic kit was launched on the market in 1981 and was an assembly loved by amateur electronics because of its simplicity and enough power for an apartment. The 2N3055 power transistors can be easily purchased as well as the other components. The article also specifies the values ​​of recent equivalent components.

Audio frequency generator - IPRS Baneasa - Prospect 8108

Reading time: 3 minute An audio frequency generator is an electronic assembly that must not be missing from the workshop or laboratory of any amateur electronics technician. Such a generator can be used in the most diverse electronic applications: debugging, generation of onomatopoeias, checking of audio frequency amplifiers, electronic sirens, etc.