MCM Electronics Pro Elec Battery Test - Results

Posted by John on Jul 17, 2014

Per the graph above, we learned that while the Pro Elec battery had a lower initial voltage, it lasted longer. Great. That's simple. But there's more to it.

Because batteries are used in millions of different applications, there will be instances where having a higher initial power output will be better. We'll try to qualify some of these instances below.

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MCM Electronics Pro Elec Battery Test - Setup and How To

Posted by John on Jul 16, 2014

Pro Elec Battery Test

Recently, we started carrying our own line of Pro-Elec batteries, and around the office we were wondering how they really stack up against the major brands.

We had the discharge rates and expected run-times from the data-sheets, and most major brands do publish power-curves, but those didn't really give a good head to head comparison. So I grabbed an Arduino, Data-Logger Shield, and a few packs of AA size batteries from stock and got to work.

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Join MCM Electronics for the National Day of Making!

Posted by Greg on Jun 16, 2014

This Wednesday, June 18th is the National Day of Making and MCM Electronics is here to help you celebrate. How will you be celebrating the day?
 
On June 18, 2014 use #NationOfMakers to share your creations or ideas. 
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Embedded Pi, Giving the Raspberry Pi Access to Arduino

Posted by Brandon on May 7, 2013

What is embedded Pi ? Well it is the greatest thing to happen to Raspberry Pi development since the announcement of the Model A board. Embedded Pi is a triple play threat that works with Arduino, 32 Bit embedded ARM products and Raspberry Pi. OK, so what does it do?

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