chip card

Hi i would like to know if anyone can break the chip card ? ive seen the professor from cambrige university did has anyone get feedbacks?

Posted by sparthe 7 years ago


what can i do with this?

I have a chip off of a mother board here and i was wondering wht can i use it for. it is an award (company name) 1998 pci/pnp 686 216816591

Posted by fretmelter 11 years ago


JDM Programmer won't work with 8 pin chips

I bought a JDM programmer from ebay. It has slots for 8 pin, 18 pin and 28 pin chips. It's not a professional model, it's probably home made. When I use Winpic800 in Windows XP SP3 it is able to successfully read and write to both the 18 and 28 pin chips without a problem, but not with 8 pin chips. They're not automatically detected like the other chips nor can they be read of programmed properly. I think it might be due to power , but I'm on a desktop PC, so I don't think it's providing less power than required, plus why would 18 and 28 pin chips work all right. It could be the programmer, but all the connections appear sound, plus the thing came with some smart cards that already contained pre-programmed chips, including two 8 pin chips, so you'd think that it must've worked at some point. As it stands I haven't got a clue what I'm doing wrong and I would really appreciate help with this. Thanks :)

Posted by BTaylor 10 years ago


Copy a eprom

Hello Is it possible to copy a eprom?

Posted by Popstickal 8 years ago


Memorize

Hi Sorry for the bad English, hope you understand what I'm after. I've been searching the site for a kit that memorizes. Lets say you got 12 different buttons and 3 tactical buttons, when I push First Tactical for, lets say 3 sec. it goes into "write" mode, and now I make a combination of pushes on the 12 buttons, when done press the tactical again and now the combination is stored. And repeat with the remaining two tactical. Now I got 3 Tactical with different press Combo's.  When I'm in need of combo N#1 I just press the Tactical N#1 and it does the combo I've saved before. And so one if I'm in need of saved Combo's on N#2 and N#3. There should be a LED that tells me when I'm in "write" mode. Hope its not to confusing to understand, Its for my disabled little brother and are gonna be a great help for him and us. I will go in to further details if anybody has an idea on how to realize the setup Tnx in advance Best Regards Henrik Andersen

Posted by Andersen1975 6 years ago


Dyeing multch

Does anyone know if Charcoal can be used to dye wood chips to make multch?  I'm wanting to see if there is a market to make my own multch and if I can make my own dye.  Anyone can help, please pass your ideas along.  Chris

Posted by opc167 8 years ago


Help with old parts identification

I need some help identifying some old parts... Google didn't find anything that I could tell. They are: 1) AMI 8029vi C11262 (Some sort of old dip style IC chip) 2) DIS1283 8004 (This is some type of display but I can't seem to find anything on it. Wanted to see if I could hook it to an Arduino??) Thanks for any help. Mike C.

Posted by mbcharney 1 year ago


How a CPU is born

    While doing some research, I saw a link that said "How CPUs Are Made: From Sand to Silicon". Mildly intrigued and not knowing anything about how they are made, I clicked and went to the page and read.     The article briefly runs through a highly abridged series of steps in the making of what eventually turns out to be an Intel i7 processor. It starts off with the raw materials (SiO2, e.g., sand) and how they turn it into monstrous (about 220 pounds!), essentially pure, silicon ingots from which wafers are made. and many steps later the processors are boxed up and ready for store shelves.

Posted by The Ideanator 7 years ago


help!ic chip?

Alright, so, i have this ic chip and want to do a project with it, but the problem is , i don't know what it does therefore i don't know what i can do with it. the writing on top of the chip says mc34063 and underneath it says 1110 please help me if you know what it does? i will put a picture on this thread. extra info: i salvageed it from a radio i believe

Posted by flubbersaurus 4 years ago


Man injects himself with computer virus?

It may seem strange, but a scientist has implanted an ID chip with a computer virus inside it into his body so that whenever he passes an ID scanner, the virus will copy itself onto the scanner and spread throughout the system. It was made to prove a point that if somebody were to create a virus for the ID chipping system, it would be easy and could kill somebody if they had, for example, a pacemaker. A scary thought!

Posted by The Jamalam 8 years ago


Solid State Sensors? (Very Edited)

What properties of an environment can be measured with solid state sensors? Specifically, I am thinking of a project requiring a suite of sensors-on-chips that can measure their immediate (dry) environment and pass the data to a control unit.So far, I know of temperature, magnetism, radiation, acceleration and light (a camera chip).Are there any other (reasonably priced) solid state sensors, and where could I find them (either new, or reclaimed from something else)Edited:OK, so I thought I could be vague about my questions and then surprise everybody with a working satellite.Turns out I'm not so clever as I thought.I'm trying to recreate Sputnik on a tiny budget. Something that could be made by Joe Public, without having to rely on grants or Lottery funding.Sputnik weighed nearly as much as I do, but all it did was measure temperature and pressure, then send beeps that changed if the temperature or pressure went outside a certain range. I know it has been outdone by students with CubeSats, but they still cost tens of thousands of dollars.I thought that it should be possible to recreate (and out-do) Sputnik's capabilities on a single board, a simple programmable control chip taking in the data from a set of sensor-chips encoding it somehow, then passing it to a transmitter to be beamed to Earth.I thought - still thinking micro-budget - that the whole thing could be cased in a short piece of sealed PVC tubing, since PVC is radio-transparent.In my head, in fact, the satellite looks like a relay baton, but shorter.Am I being stupidly optimistic?

Posted by Kiteman 9 years ago


High Power LEDs

I have 3 10 watt LED emitters to sell (2.9 cm x 2.0 cm x 0.3 cm) Colour temperature is about 6000K I'll ship anywhere in Australia I don't have a good quality camera right now Send me a private message and I'll see what I can do

Posted by .Unknown. 6 years ago


How Does A Chip Resetter Work

Hi, I would like to reset the chip of a cartridge that I use for printing so that I can refill and continue printing. There a resetters  available and I was wondering how thess devices work. Can anyone explain. In addition, If you know of a simple way to reset, let me know

Posted by anon_private 2 years ago


Looking for help to change songs in Fisher Price Music box Record Player 2010

Hi there. I'm interested in seeing if anyone knows if it's possible and considerably easy to change the songs that the Fisher Price Music Box Record Player plays. This is NOT the original version with an actual music box in it. This is 2010 version which has some sort of sound chip in it. We have opened it up and it seems like you should be able to just replace the chip that has the music on it but we have no idea how to do that. Just curious if anyone has any ideas! Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!

Posted by tidalfingers 5 years ago


Snap Circuits IC's, can I get the same functions in a small IC?

Hi. My kid (and I) have recently started messing around with Snap Circuits. We have a specific project in mind and want to design the circuit using Snap Circuits, then shrink it to fit in an Altoids box. Question: Is there a direct facsimile available of the integrated chips in the Snap Circuits box? Meaning, the same input voltage and current, where I can assemble all the matching components to my Snap Circuits circuit (switches, resistors, capacitors), and then just switch in the new (small) IC for where the Snap Circuits IC goes. This would also help with troubleshooting. Any thoughts? Here is the Elenco supplied schematic description of the Snap Circuits' IC: http://www.snapcircuits.net/downloads/ic_info.pdf  

Posted by BBBMMM111 3 years ago


Getting started with PIC's, what do I get?

Hi, I have been fiddling with Arduinos for quite a while now, I would like to get some PICs, because they are WAY cheaper, and you have to do more to get them to work, not just plug 'n play. I am going to get 2 free sample 16f648a's from MicroChip for an 8x8 matrix game like this one:https://www.instructables.com/id/Christmas-card-with-inbuilt-retro-video-game-for-u/  any suggestions for other PICs to get from MicroChip? Also, what is a good cheap programmer, or one I could build? Thanks a lot, Geek P.S. I am pretty good at soldering and electronics, so if anyone has ideas of other fun projects that would be cool.

Posted by circuitbreaker 8 years ago


Need old Microprocessor CPU chips

I need a bunch of old CPU microprocessor chips for a craft project.  They can be totally non-functional.  I'm interested in the physical package, not working electronics.  I'll pay postage and agree upon a sales price. However, I'm most interested in older chips, the 486's and early Pentiums (586's).  See figure 2 as a guideline.  I need a bunch ( > 30) but I'll buy them one at a time if necessary. All are for an Instructable, so it's for a good cause.  Any advice for websites that are selling to old chips would also be appreciated. Thanks for any help!

Posted by CrLz 8 years ago


Where can I get a cheap AVR programmer

Hi, I'm working on a project and am wondering: Where can I get a cheap AVR programmer compatible with Atmega chips? Specifically the ATmega32U4. It does not need to have a socket for the chip, I'll be doing in circuit programming. Please help.

Posted by gimmelotsarobots 8 years ago


Does anyone know the pinout of this chip?

Hello fellow Arduino-ists I've got an old laser mouse (DELL M-UVDEL1) and I want to get my arduino uno or mega (I've got both) to read the data it sends out and print it to the serial monitor. First, can anyone tell me the pinout of the chip on the following picture: http://imgur.com/oy4si, bakside: http://imgur.com/B4sQM, then I think I can work from there, unless anyone wants to help me even more by posting an example code, that would be great

Posted by mdanielsson1 5 years ago


Sound recorder/playback IC?

I need a sound playback/recorder IC for a certain musical instrument that I am building. 25 buttons will be attached to an ATmega644 microcontroller, and the microcontroller will tell the sound IC to play a different sound for each button. The problem is that I haven't found a chip that will store so many sounds seperately, so do you know of any???I've seen the Arduino Wave shield, but I am looking for something with not so many parts.EDIT: I have decided to use the wave shield design, so I don't need any more feedback, unless you have a really brilliant idea

Posted by -henry- 9 years ago


Casino Chip USB Flash Drive

I was thinking of making a simple chip flash drive by taking apart my Cruzer and using some hot glue to mold two casino chips together, with the chip in the middle. My friend did this with a (one) lego block, but this is a little different. I wanted to take this idea to you guys, just so I could make sure it's a good one. Think I should try it out?

Posted by SkyeHawc 7 years ago


Wireless charging of smartphones anywhere within a 30 foot radius, without-pad !

Just read there is a 10W transmitter IC that has been developed to power a receiver IC collecting 6W of that energy... Both are ASIC chips that can operate and power power mobile devices up to 30 feet apart. Even though the RF energy is deemed safe. I would plan on using a Faraday helmet and maybe lead under wear when next I visit a coffey house.

Posted by iceng 2 years ago


Chips [video]

Posted by JamesRPatrick 7 years ago


Switching voltage inputs with a chip

I have a small project I'm working on that uses rechargeable batteries.  However I want the device to stop drawing from the batteries whenever an external power source is plugged in.  (The external power source would then power the internal battery charger and the main device.)  Is there a chip or circuit that could be used for this?  My only alternative is to modify the power supply port to include a micro spdt that will switch when plugged in.  But I'd rather like to avoid that.

Posted by stalledaction 7 years ago


Arduino VS. OOPIC

Recently I have been seeing a lot of hype about the Arduino. But whatever happened to the OOPIC? I have an OOPIC and I love it! It has got to be the best microcontroller I have ever used. But am I using something outdated? Is it obsolete? What is the big deal about the Arduino? It seems I never here OOPIC any more. So if anyone can answer my questions, or at least tell me why everyone is using the Arduino, it would help me out. I guess I don't get the concept of the Arduino.

Posted by gimmelotsarobots 10 years ago


Replacement DND Chip (1076-6318w) for Mitsubishi XD221U

Hi Guys, Where can I get a replacement DND chip (1076-6318w) for a Mitsubishi XD221U for a REASONABLE price?

Posted by rkirk77 2 years ago


Compass on a chip

Does anyone know what I need to have a Compass on a chip? The idea is for a horizontal ring of LEDs with the northern LED lit. If the ring turns, the light will chase towards the north most point on the ring. I've found single and dual pole compass chips, but I admit a lot of ignorance about chips in general. Anyone have a shopping list for such a project?

Posted by catalyst 9 years ago


testing and fault in vlsi system?

How many type of fault can be occur in VlSI circuit ? when we make chip It may be work or it may be fail due to some fault chip may be fail due to fabrication process chip may be fail due to circuit connection chip may be fail due to packing how we will detect fault in chip and what is fault model in vlsi system?

Posted by vead 4 years ago


spicy potato chips (like jalepeno and cheddar cape cod)

Does anyone know how to make spicy potato chips, like deepfryem but give them flavor that can last?

Posted by dogpoop 10 years ago


Thin soldering iron tip! -FIND-

Hello, recently i have received an audio amp. But the problem is; i can't solder it! i have thin solder, but no soldering iron tip to do the job! Please help me find a tip Thanx!!

Posted by Sandisk1duo 10 years ago


Wanted: 1.5V Audio amplifier chip

Does anyone know an audio amplifer chip like the LM386 that runs on 1.5V? I'd like to amplify the output of the "Transistor Radio" Kit from Franzis. Thanks ! Mischka

Posted by mischka 6 years ago


Meade LX200 motor controller chips needed - L2724 (sip9)

My scope has gone awol and I can't locate these chips anywhere. L2724 made by STI. They were apparently end-of-life'd. I hate the idea of a $4000 paperweight sitting in my garage. Any ideas where I can find 2 of these chips? My astrophotography is impossible till I get this fixed.

Posted by Dark Light 5 years ago


proximity chip relay

Not sure if in correct forum but here goes... I'm wondering if someone could design a simple and inexpensive way to use a chip to trip a relay with proximity. An idea I have for vehicle anti theft. possibly to bypass need for ignition barrel etc. but to allow the car not to be started without the presence of a close by chip. any ideas?

Posted by astrosurfer 10 years ago


HMC5883L with external magnet

GY-273 HMC5883L Compass A. I'm waiting for my chip to arrive and will attach it to a RasPi. B.  My question is: if I align my chip to "N" then rotate a magnet round the chip - i.e. a weathervane - thoughts on how that might work? C. Can my magnet, if too strong/close, damage my chip? Thanks

Posted by liderbug 3 years ago


How do IC chips work?

Do you need to prgram them, or are they standard enough to where you buy certain ones for a given project? Also where's a good place to find cheap IC chips, specifically a LM3915 ?

Posted by mrshow555 11 years ago


what would be a good material to make poker chips?

Hello everyone, as part of my new poker table project i decided to make also the chips.  what materials would you reccomend me to work with, knowing that i dont have a workshop. (i was thinking about concrete). would really like to hear your thoughts and opinions best regards. yarin

Posted by yarin shabatov 10 months ago


Looking for an Electrical Engineer to partner with

Hi - I've got a business idea that requires hardware and I can't build the thing myself.  I'll write the software for it, but I need assistance building the circuitry. The circuitry involved would include a temp sensor, R/F communications module, photodiode, memory (possibly micro SD), controller,  and a timer in a very small form factor (about the size of a cigar tube). I'll split any profits from selling the device 50/50 with the HW designer.  I'll ask you to sign an NDA before we get going. Please contact me here or at bret at thelastmilellc dot com. Rgds, Bret

Posted by bschuhma 7 years ago


Favorite cookie?

What are your favorite cookies? I like chocolate chip cookies without chips, they're great! Include recipes if you want.

Posted by bakenbitz 10 years ago


chip with four legs

I have a four legged chip and i dont know what it is. it is marked with a few different markings which are A83401 and 21508. on the opposite side its marking is 0549. the middle two legs are grounded with power in another and output from the fourth. it is in a joystick for a machine. can any one help?

Posted by wexd 6 years ago


Chip Bag Survival

Hello Everyone: This is my first post in this forum. I have a website on preparedness and survival. I have posted also my first instructable as well basted on this topic. So my challenge to everyone is to use only chip bags and duct tape to come up with something that could save your life. Other than the fact that potatoe chips are part of a well balanced diet. The bags can be used to make all sorts of things. Have fun. Like this one below. Robert (Survival Central editor)

Posted by SurvivalCentral 7 years ago


Chips in smoke detectors

I have a bunch of smoke detector circuit boards all of which have IC chips. All of them have slightly to widely different numbers, some Motorola, a philips, etc.  The main question I have is what type of chips are these as far as function goes? I tried looking these up but so far nothing absolute. Some numbers I remember are 8506, 8605, 8502; other numbers are way different and I don't remember what they are.

Posted by eramsell 11 months ago


How to drive a CCD chip?

I salvaged a Sharp LZ23H3V CCD chip from an rather old Kodak digital camera. I have looked at the datasheet for the part, and I am completely clueless on how to drive this thing so it would output an NTSC signal. Anyone got any suggestions on a driver circut?

Posted by abadon 7 years ago


555 TImer/Chip Help

I need your help people of Insturctables. I am working on an project, and I need to make a circuit whit a 555 timer/chip so that it makes,for example, an LED light up in every 2 second. I mean when it turns on, it needs to be on for 2seconds than off for 2 second...loop. ON(2 seconds)___OFF(2 seconds)___ON(2 seconds)___OFF(2 seconds)___LOOP I need the output to be 12V. Actually I need it for a fan to turn on and off(the fan runs on 12 volts) Can you help me make a circuit for this, what value of the resistors and capacitors do I need... It would be grate if some one could make a schematic of the circuit in Eagle, or so... If I make an Instructables about my project I will surely mention who helped me realize my idea! Thank you all! -Stanislav

Posted by comodore 9 years ago


Would this require Programming?

Hi! I'm building a laptop bag alarm for a project I'm working on, and I'm pretty new to electronics. Would anyone know how I could make a system where a switch would be flipped to turn 'the alarm' on or off, and when that switch is flipped, the system would do nothing when the security system is triggered. The security system being 3-8 LDR sensors inside the bag, that will trigger some sort of logical part, that would be able to make the decision whether or not to sound the alarm, based on the status of the switch (flipped or normal)  I'm a programmer, so the system looks like this to me:  IF ALARM_SWITCH_ON && LDR_TRIGGERED { TRIGGER LIGHT && SOUND }  IF ALARM_SWITCH_OFF && LDR_TRIGGERED { DO NOTHING }  ELSE { DO NOTHING } Anyone know how this could be made with circuitry? or whether it would require programming? If it required all circuitry, is there anywhere I could get help with drawing up a circuit diagram?  Cheers & Thanks!  Karan

Posted by KodeKaran 6 years ago


50w LED on 54vdc?

Good day I have a couple of led chips of various wattage, and as I understand it is thirty something volt chips, And i have a BIG 54v 2,5A power supply, and no 30v regulator, when I trim the pot it gives me 44v Will this be too strong for my led chips? Ty~ ia Des

Posted by DesT1 6 months ago


Gameboy Color cart opened, chips removed. Wondering if anyone has specs for them?

I decided that I should do something with some of those old Gameboy Color games I had lying around, so I opened one. Inside, I found 4 chips, along with a 3v battery, a tilt sensor, and various capacitors and resistors. I was wondering what each of the chips do, as far as their use. And could I use them again for a different purpose? Here are the chips: *Small 8DIL with the Microchip logo, and 106 134A *Square chip with 8 pins on each side(32 in total), M8C3 -2 047U3E *Thin rectangular with 22 pins on both sides(44 in total), MX E012304-M MX23C1603-12A 1C9868A1 *28 pin rectangular, BSI BS62LV256SC-70 S2827V53114.N F0110 Taiwan(Obviously that means it was made in Taiwan) Just a quick check to see if anyone knew what any of these were. Thank you!

Posted by metrogdor22 8 years ago


Cat chip logger

Could you modify the reader in a chip reading cat flap to log the details of the chips t hat pass through it rather than only let recognized chips open the flap? Chip reading cat flaps exist data logging is possible this I know, how to tie the two together is beyond me. Give me detailed instructions I could do it, but I'm more at home with working out how to wind the detector coil than what to do with it. The reason is this My sister has a problem, she is in danger of becoming a cat lady, or at least over run with strays or other peoples cats. Her current plan other than catching the visitors that are clearly street cats and delivering them to the local shelter, is setting a camera trap aimed at her cat flap and posting the visitor photos on the local area FB page with is this your lost cat under it.  couple of the poor conditioned strays she has managed to get to the shelter have been chipped it is  reasonable to assume that some of the others must be to, and they would be easier to catch possibly if their  owners were trying to do it. Even a simpler system that just connected chipped cat with photo, and there by identified which cats aren't chipped so presumably are true strays not just nominally owned would b of help those could then be targeted for capture and re homing first.

Posted by Stan1y 2 years ago


Green Bean chips

A few days ago I had some Green Bean Chips from Wholefoods, and I would like to know how to recreate them. I tried to dehydrate and fry t\ them but they didn't turn out the way I wanted them too. Now I was wondering if anybody would have any other ideas THanks

Posted by milonus 10 years ago


Feature request - copy step.

Could you add the ability to copy a step from one instructable to another? For instance, I do a lot of work with the ATtiny chips. Each instructable has the same instructions telling how to load the chip definitions into the Arduino IDE and program the chip. Without this the instructable would be incomplete, and it is a lot of work to copy it every time. Thank you JRV31

Posted by JRV31 2 years ago


WANTED: Winbond Electronics ISD1110 voice record/playback chip

Looking for a Winbond Electronics ISD1110 voice record/playback chip for my project! If you have one and want to sell it to me please pm me or leave a comment! Thank you! -Stanislav

Posted by comodore 9 years ago