iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad Apps Search Engine
iPhone Apps Users Community
Advanced search | Example: action games
iPhone apps

ElectroHelper

ElectroHelper
  • #: 227823
  • Price: $0.99 In Apple Store
  • Category: Utilities
  • Updated: 2009-10-15
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • 1.1
  • Size: 0.20 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Sandi Rolih
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
  • © 2009 Sandi Rolih
  •  Add to Favorite apps

 

Description

Imagine that you are working on your newest project and have a bunch of LEDs on your table. You need to wire those LEDs to a power source and you don't know what resistor to use, and you don't want to use long equations to find that out. Or maybe you have a bunch of resistors and need a resistor with a specific value and don't have time to test each one with a multimeter. If you find yourself in similar situations many times ElectroHelper is just for you. ElectroHelper is a must have set of tools and calculators for anyone that uses electronic components in their projects/work.

Features:

- LED resistor calculator. Works with single LEDs or multiple LEDs connected in series or parallel.

- Converts a resistor color code to the actual value - supports 4, 5 or 6 band resistors.

- Converts a resistor value to resistor color code - supports 4 and 5 band resistors.

- Inductive Reactance calculator

- Capacitive Reactance calculator

- Built in help

If you need any additional help or want to request a feature please contact the author at: roli.r00li@gmail.com or visit http://www.r00li.com

iPhone Screenshots

ElectroHelper iPhone Screenshot 1
ElectroHelper iPhone Screenshot 2

Video Reviews

No video review.

Customer reviews

Write a Review

Rated 3/5 based on 1 customer reviews.

 

3/5 stars

Somewhat correct

:
The help window says LEDs are typically 2v while they are actually normally 3v. Also when you calculate the need for a resistor if you have something for example like this 9v power supply and three 3v LEDs 20ma in a series it says you need no resistor which it will work without one but it is better to add a 1OHM resistor just to make shire the power won't peak and damage LEDs. That's all I found wrong so far and I will rewiew again if nessicary.

Forum

Ask a question

Be the first question this app.

Users Community

+ Connect to community


The information may be outdated (2011-04-29 04:52:36). For actual information go to iTunes


Mobile Version
iApps4you.com - is iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps search engine and not been authorized, sponsored or approved by Apple Inc.
Copyright © 2017 iApps4you.com.
79 ms.