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Edgefx provides this sensor based project for final year engineering students. This practical temperature controller controls the temperature of any device according to its requirement for any industrial application. It also displays the temperature on an LCD displays in the range of –55°C to +125°C. For more information about this project, kindly check the following url: http://www.edgefxkits.com/industrial-temperature-controller
12 Feb 2013
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This project is designed to maintain precise illumination of a lamp. A microcontroller of 8051 family is used along with thyristor controlled lamp for maintaining the illumination. For more information about this project and to buy this project, kindly check the model no. 220 in Edgefx Kits official website or visit http://www.edgefxkits.com/precise-illumination-control-of-lamp. Edgefx provides this power electronics project for final year engineering students.
17 Feb 2013
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Get details about engineering entrance exams important dates including GGSIPU CET, UPTU SEE, Karnataka CET, CIPET JEE, EAMCET, iiitm Kerala, NERIST NEE entrance exams in respect of application form dates, examination date, result date for engineering students.
17 Apr 2013
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Model No. 59: This project is designed to minimize penalty for industrial units by using automatic power factor correction unit. Power factor is defined as the ratio of real power to apparent power. This definition is often mathematically represented as KW/KVA, where the numerator is the active (real) power and the denominator is the (active + reactive) or apparent power. For complete information on this project, visit http://www.edgefxkits.com/minimising-penality-in-industrial-power-consumption-by-engaging-apfc-unit Edgefx Technologies provides 100% output guaranteed electrical and electronics live project kits for 3rd & final year engineering students. We provide various types of projects like embedded projects, robotics projects, electrical projects and communication based projects and help to thousands of ECE and EEE students in improving their practical knowledge in electronics. For more details, visit http://www.edgefxkits.com
27 Jun 2013
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Model No. 61:More and more microcontrollers are embedded in a large area of products from industrial to domestic domains. A good example is the automobile, a modern one containing tens of microcontrollers. As their number increased the communication between them became necessary. The serial solution was preferred and a lot of serial buses and protocols were developed optimizing different parameters of the communication. For complete information on this project, visit http://www.edgefxkits.com/networking-of-multiple-microcontrollers For other final year engineering projects, visithttp://www.edgefxkits.com/ Edgefx Technologies provides 100% output guaranteed electrical and electronics live project kits for 3rd & final year engineering students. We provide various types of projects like embedded projects, robotics projects, electrical projects and communication based projects and help to thousands of ECE and EEE students in improving their practical knowledge in electronics.
27 Jun 2013
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Model No.144: The project is designed to use a TV remote as a cordless mouse for the computer. A conventional PC/laptop uses a mouse to operate and control all its applications. As a PC mouse is wired to the system, one has to sit near the PC to operate it. This becomes very tedious when the PC is used for presentation purposes (when using a projector). In this proposed system TV remote can be used as a cordless mouse, and the user need not operate the PC sitting near it. For complete information about this project, visit http://www.edgefxkits.com/using-tv-remote-as-a-cordless-mouse-for-the-computer Edgefx Technologies provides 100% output guaranteed electrical and electronics live project kits for 3rd & final year engineering students. We provide various types of projects like embedded projects, robotics projects, electrical projects and communication based projects and help to thousands of ECE and EEE students in improving their practical knowledge in electronics. For more details, visit http://www.edgefxkits.com
1 Jul 2013
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Model no. 147: The project is designed for reading electrical energy consumed in units and in rupees to display on an LCD screen to the user. This data is also provided to the electrical department using GSM technology for billing purposes. Owing to high electricity cost these days it becomes necessary for the consumer to know as to how much electricity is consumed to control electricity bill within his budget. In this proposed system, the consumer will get his energy consumption data on real time basis on a LCD display. The same data is sent through GSM modem to the electricity department via SMS. For complete information about this project, visit http://www.edgefxkits.com/gsm-based-monthly-energy-meter-billing-via-sms Edgefx Technologies provides 100% output guaranteed electrical and electronics live project kits for 3rd & final year engineering students. We provide various types of projects like embedded projects, robotics projects, electrical projects and communication based projects and help to thousands of ECE and EEE students in improving their practical knowledge in electronics. For more details, visit http://www.edgefxkits.com
1 Jul 2013
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Model No.148: This project works on the principle of DTMF tone command so received from any phone to remotely switch any electrical load such as agricultural pump, domestic and industrial loads etc. A cell phone is interfaced to a DTMF decoder in the system from its audio output socket for receiving tone commands. The receiving cell phone codes are converted into digital commands by using a DTMF Decoder which will identify the frequency of the key and convert that frequency to its equivalent digital code which is then fed to a microcontroller (8051 family). For complete information about this project, visit http://www.edgefxkits.com/dtmf-based-load-control-system Edgefx Technologies provides 100% output guaranteed electrical and electronics live project kits for 3rd & final year engineering students. We provide various types of projects like embedded projects, robotics projects, electrical projects and communication based projects and help to thousands of ECE and EEE students in improving their practical knowledge in electronics. For more details, visit http://www.edgefxkits.com
1 Jul 2013
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Today on Hard News, PornHub on PornHub, Battlefield 4 online servers under a DDOS attack, and a rumor that Foxconn engineer students who were not compensated may have sabotaged the PS4.
19 Nov 2013
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Amit Sana abused by engineering students for his bad performance
30 Sep 2009
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Engineering kids get to see performance of waveya in Korea for the first time.
24 Sep 2012
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4 Aug 2013
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Click "watch in hi-quality" in blue text! I invented this mechanical "Ping Pong Robot" because I'm a mechanical engineering student at Georgia Tech and I love Table Tennis. It is a purely mechanical alternative to the electro-mechanical robots currently available. Ben Beck, Jay Johnson, Ryder Winck, and I chose this device for our Modeling and Simulation project Spring 2008. The results were put into practice when I built it later in the semester. In Spring 2008 the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets competed for their first time in the NCTTA National Championships. The men came in at 16th in the Nation. The women, 4th. This machine is dedicated to the 2008 Nationally Ranked Georgia Tech team. For more information about: Georgia Tech Table Tennis the Modeling and Simulation Project and other Table Tennis Projects visit www.cyberbuzz.gatech.edu/tta
21 Dec 2008
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A Dorky Engineering Student explains how a homebuilt wind turbine create usable Electrical Power
21 May 2009
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Senior Design Project for a group of mechanical engineering students. This video has gotten a lot of negative criticism from people that think they know what they're talking about and I have some things to say about that. Guess what: everyone in the group got an A for the project work. Here's why: No matter what you think you know about paintball, you probably don't know anything about actually building a paintball gun, let alone a GATLING paintball gun. Furthermore we were building one under the following conditions: A.)Limited time: We had a little less than four months (the semester began in January and ended at the beginning of May) to design, manufacture, build, and troubleshoot a rather complex device. Most companies don't even do that in a 1.5 years, let alone less than four months. B.)Limited funds: This point isn't as important as the other conditions, but it isn't like we had the backing of a multi-million dollar company. In fact, we had less money than most people spend on their guns. C.)Custom parts: Nearly everything on that gun was custom made. We couldn't just go out and buy the parts we needed. D.)Experience: this and point A. probably had the most influence on our project. Just imagine designing, building, and troubleshooting something like this AND it's your first time doing any such thing. We were college students with more or less no experience doing anything of this sort. Furthermore, to add to point D., of six people on the team, only one had ever played paintball (me) or handled a paintball gun. If you think about all these things for a minute, you'll probably realize that we did well (we got A's after all). I could certainly be wrong but I think someone familiar with the design of paintball guns (who actually works for a company like AGD) would probably be reasonably impressed given the conditions we were working in.
21 Dec 2008
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Introduction to computing for first year computer science and engineering students at UNSW. What the course is about. A simple C program. Experimentation and fiddling. How a computer works (in 10 minutes), transistors, chips, microprocessors. Our own baby microprocessor, the 4917, and how it works. Lost sound after 50 mins, partial sound restored at 51 mins.
10 Apr 2009
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