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Building Valve Amplifiers Building Valve Amplifiers (Reference #NE40)
Morgan Jones. The practical guide to building, modifying, fault-finding and repairing valve amplifiers. A hands-on approach to valve electronics - classic and modern - with a minimum of theory. Planning, fault-finding, and testing are each illustrated by step-by-step examples.

A unique hands-on guide for anyone working with tube audio-equipment - as an electronics experimenter, audiophile or audio engineer. Particular attention has been paid to answering questions commonly asked by new-comers to the world of the vacuum tube, whether audio enthusiasts tackling their first build, or more experienced amplifier designers seeking to learn the ropes of working with valves. The practical side of this book is reinforced by numerous clear illustrations throughout. 368 Pages. Order Code NE40.

 


Price:  £26.00 


Practical PIC Microcontroller Projects (Reference #BP444)
TEMPORARILY OUT OF PRINT

R.A. Penfold. Covering a wide range of PIC based projects, including such topics as digitally controlled power supplies, transistor checkers, a simple capacitance meter, reaction tester, digital dice, digital locks, stereo audio level meter and MIDI pedals. No construction details are provided but in most cases the circuits are very simple and are easily constructed on stripboard. Please note that the reader is assumed to have a basic understanding of PIC microcontrollers and how they are programmed. If needed, book BP394 An Introduction to PIC Microcontrollers (Circuits, Data & Design section) by the same author, will help you to get started in PICs. 199 pages 


Practical PIC Microcontroller Projects

IC 555 projects IC 555 projects (Reference #BP44)
E. A. Parr. Every so often a device appears that is so useful that one wonders how life went on before without it. The 555 timer is such a device. Included in this book are over 70 circuit diagrams and descriptions covering basic and general circuits, motor car and model railway circuits, alarms and noise makers as well as a section on 556, 558 and 559 timers. (Note. No construction details are given.) A reference book of invaluable use to all those who have any interest in electronics, be they professional engineers or designers, students of hobbyists. 167 pages Order code BP44

 


Price:  £4.99 


Fault-finding Electronic Projects (Reference #BP391)
R. A. Penfold. Starting with mechanical faults such as dry joints, short-circuits etc, coverage includes linear circuits, using a meter to make voltage checks, signal tracing techniques and fault finding on logic circuits. The final chapter covers ways of testing a wide range of electronic components, such as resistors, capacitors, operational amplifiers, diodes, transistors, SCRs and triacs, with the aid of only a limited amount of test equipment. The construction and use of a Tristate Continuity Tester, a Signal Tracer, a Logic Probe and a CMOS Tester are also included. 136 pages Order code BP391

Currently out of print

 


Price:  £4.99 

Fault-finding Electronic Projects

Electronic Project Building for Beginners Electronic Project Building for Beginners (Reference #BP392)
R. A. Penfold. This book is for complete beginners to electronic project building. It provides a complete introduction to the practical side of this fascinating hobby, including: Component identification, and buying the right parts; resistor colour codes, capacitor value markings, etc; advice on buying the right tools for the job; soldering; making easy work of the hard wiring; construction methods, including stripboard, custom printed circuit boards, plain matrix boards, surface mount boards and wire-wrapping; finishing off, and adding panel labels; getting "problem'' projects to work, including simple methods of fault-finding. In fact everything you need to know in order to get started in this absorbing and creative hobby. 135 pages Order code BP392

 


Price:  £4.99 


Simple Electronic Terminal Block Projects (Reference #BP378)
Contains 45 easy-to-build electronic projects that can be constructed, by an absolute beginner, on terminal blocks using only a screwdriver and other simple hand tools. No soldering is needed. Most of the projects can be simply screwed together, by following the layout diagrams, in a matter of minutes and readily unscrewed if desired to make new circuits. A theoretical circuit diagram is also included with each project to help broaden the constructor's knowledge. The projects included in this book cover a wide range of interests under the chapter headings: Connections and Components, Sound and Music, Entertainment, Security Devices, Communication, Test and Measuring. 163 pages Order code BP378 


Price:  £4.95 

Simple Electronic Terminal Block Projects

Simple I.C. Terminal Block Projects Simple I.C. Terminal Block Projects (Reference #BP379)
R. Bebbington. Contains easy-to-build electronic projects using integrated circuits that can be constructed, by an absolute beginner, on terminal blocks using only a screwdriver and other simple hand tools. No soldering is needed. Most of the projects can be simply screwed together, by following the layout diagrams, in a matter of minutes and readily unscrewed if desired to make new circuits. A theoretical circuit diagram is also included with each project to help broaden the constructor's knowledge. 163 pages Order code BP379  


Price:  £4.99 


Practical Fibre-Optic Projects (Reference #BP374)
R. A. Penfold. While fibre-optic cables may have potential advantages over ordinary electric cables, for the electronics enthusiast it is probably their novelty value that makes them worthy of exploration. Fibre-optic cables provide an innovative interesting alternative to electric cables, but in most cases they also represent a practical approach to the problem. This book provides a number of tried and tested circuits for projects that utilize fibre-optic cables. The projects include:- Simple audio links, F.M. audio link, P.W.M. audio links, Simple d.c. links, P.W.M. d.c. link, P.W.M. motor speed control, RS232C data links, MIDI link, Loop alarms, R.P.M. meter. All the components used in these designs are readily available, none of them require the constructor to take out a second mortgage. 132 pages Order code BP374 


Price:  £4.95 

Practical Fibre-Optic Projects

Electronic Projects for Experimenters Electronic Projects for Experimenters (Reference #BP371)
R. A. Penfold. Many electronic hobbyists who have been pursuing their hobby for a number of years seem to suffer from the dreaded "seen it all before'' syndrome. This book is fairly and squarely aimed at sufferers of this complaint, plus any other electronics enthusiasts who yearn to try something a bit different. No doubt many of the projects featured here have practical applications, but they are all worth a try for their interest value alone. The subjects covered include:- Magnetic field detector, Basic Hall effect compass, Hall effect audio isolator, Voice scrambler/descrambler, Bat detector, Bat style echo location, Noise cancelling, LED stroboscope, Infra-red "torch'', Electronic breeze detector, Class D power amplifier, Strain gauge amplifier, Super hearing aid. 138 pages Order code BP371

Temporarily out of print

 



Practical Opto-Electronic Projects (Reference #BP349)
R.A. Penfold. Opto electronic devices represent one of the most interesting areas of modern electronics, and these components have many practical applications. This book provides a number of practical designs utilising a number of opto devices, from a filament bulb to modern infra red sensors and emitters. There are plenty of designs which should appeal to those who like to experiment with electronic circuits, and include infra-red detector circuits, photographic projects and a number based on modulated light transmission. 150 pages Order code BP349 


Price:  £4.95 

Practical Opto-Electronic Projects

The Art of Soldering The Art of Soldering (Reference #BP324)
R. Brewster. Soldering is a subject that worries agreat many people, mainly because they do not understand it or have little experience. The author of this book tries to dissolve the mysteries surrounding the subject so that it can be enjoyed and become more of a part of the hobby or craft and not be regarded as a problem. Includes electronics, model railways and stained glass, with details of choosing the correct soldering iron, solder, materials and tools. Many illustrations included. 84 pages Order code BP324  


Price:  £3.99 


How to design and make your own PCBs (Reference #BP121)
R. A. Penfold. Deals with the simple methods of copying printed circuit board designs from magazines and books and covers all aspects of simple p.c.b. construction including photographic methods and designing your own p.c.b.s. 80 pages Order code BP121

 


Price:  £4.99 

How to design and make your own PCBs

Starting Electronics Starting Electronics (Reference #NE42)
A punchy practical introduction to self-build electronics. The ideal starting point for home experimenters, technicians and students who want to develop the real hands-on skills of electronics construction.

A highly practical introduction for hobbyists, students, and technicians. Keith Brindley introduces readers to the function of the main component types, their uses, and the basic principles of building and designing electronic circuits.

Breadboarding layouts make this very much a ready-to-run book for the experimenter, and the use of multimeter, but not oscilloscopes, and readily available inexpensive components makes the practical work achievable in a home or school setting as well as a full equiped lab. 288 Pages. 


Price:  £13.99 




Welcome to the UK store where you can buy copies of EPE Magazine, books, back issues delivered to your door. We accept Mastercard, VISA and Maestro. Prices exclude postage and 20% VAT where applicable, which will be added to all EU orders. (Books and magazines are zero rate.) There is now NO minimum credit card order value! By using our site you agree to our Cookie Policy