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Note from Horst:Edit
- OK, so this is what I need at present, and will be a good start for your expanded pool.
- If I list things that are already done, please just dump in Completed anyway.
- All my requests are for the coloured versions, not the wireframes, because while they take longer, they are pretty much photorealistic, which is extremely good for the purpose I currently have in mind.
- It may be possible to reuse past work for a lot of this - if that is possible, then by all means do so - in that case, also just dump in Completed without review, because I've not seen any drawing by you that hasn't been brilliant!
- Some of these will be duplicates that just require a text change.
Oh, by the way, please avoid putting pinout data on the vectors, numbers on the leads kinda make things difficult. Also, all ICs are 300mil.
I realise this list is highly specific and very large, but there is method to this madness :D
Also, could I get an RL handle to attribute for the graphics in use outside of the wikimedia projects? ;)
(→) will be used to indicate completed works from the list.
- 9V Battery (transistor radio type / type 216)
- Battery clip for above
- Size "AAA" Alkaline battery
- → Size "AA" Alkaline battery
- Polyester Film ("greencap") Capacitor, Radial-lead
- Metallised Polyester (yellow body thingies) Capacitor, Radial-lead
- Electrolytic Capacitor, Radial- and Axial- lead configurations
- Ceramic Disc Capacitor, Radial-lead
- Tantalum Electrolytic Capacitor, Radial-lead
- Variable Capacitor (not the tiny type)
- → Carbon-film Resistor (yellowish/beige body, four bands)
- → Metal-film Resistor (pastel blue body, five bands)
- Variable Resistor (panel-mount type, potentiometer)
- Light-Dependent Resistor
- Crystal Earphone
- Magnetic Earphone
- Loudspeaker (8Ω, 0.5W type is about the right size for comparison)
- Horn-type Loudspeaker
- Electret Microphone
- → TO-92 package Transistor, type BC-547 and BC-557
- → TO-3 package Power Transistor, type 2N3055
- → TO-18 package Unijunction Transistor, type BC2646
- → 1N4002 Rectifier Diode
- → OA91/0A95/1N60 type Signal Diode (these are glass-body)
- → 1N914/1N4148 type Signal Diode (also glass-body, a tiny bit orange)
- → Zener Diode (unmarked, glass-body, red tinted mildly)
- → Light Emitting Diode (5mm for relative to leads. Waterclear means you don't need to do colours and transparency!)
- → ZN414 in TO-18 package
- → MK484 in TO-92 package
- → LT-302 Seven-segment LED display
- → 555 Timer, in DIP-8
- → 7473 TTL Astable Multivibrator, in DIP-14
- → 4017 CMOS Decade Counter, in DIP-16
- → 4007 CMOS Pair/Inverter, in DIP-14
- → 7490 Decade Counter, in DIP-14
- → 7475 Quad Latch, in DIP-16
- → 7447 Decoder/Driver, in DIP-16
- → Pushbutton
- Insulated Wire
- → Coil (made of insulated wire, 20 turns, no former visible)
- Spaghetti Insulation
- Morse Key
- 8Ω to 1kΩ Centre-Tapped Audio Output Transformer
- 8Ω to 1kΩ Untapped Audio Transformer
- 3kΩ to 3kΩ Centre-Tapped Audio Matching Transformer
- Ferrite Rod Aerial
- Solder Spool
- Printed Circuit Board (isometric view, any pattern will do *grin*)
In progress / pending reviewEdit
Momentary pushbutton switch
Any chance of the type that panel mount and not PCB mount?
Can you give me a datasheet for the particular one you want? There are so many switches, and I may as well choose the one you have in mind.
Yes, of course. I apologise, I should probably work on the whole "being clear" thing... I can't find a datasheet but this is the RadioShack Product page, if necessary I can find you a schaltplan of the switch with all measurements, let me know!