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Circuit Playground 1.7 – Import Datasheets

Circuit Playground

Circuit Playground’s v1.7 update adds system level PDF support – allowing apps like Mail & Safari to send datasheets over to Circuit Playground. These imported files are automatically opened for viewing & saved to Circuit Playground’s documents folder.

Additionally the update also includes the following bugfixes & improvements:

  • CapCodeCalc pF label corrected (iPhone)
  • All OpAmp Calcs show circuit name in top bar (iPad)
  • Optimized standard values in LED Resistor Calc
  • Resistor Divider equation corrected
  • Differentiator Calc warnings shown with saved values (iPad)
  • Toolbar always visible after using Datasheet Viewer (iPhone)
  • USB-A pinout illustration updated pin offset

Circuit Playground 1.7 is available now in the App Store.


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1 Comment

  1. Hey guys, include the comparators (zero crossing, hysteresis, etc) in it! The simple amplifiers are easy! the non-linear configurations I always forget…
    Also the resistor in the comments is not very color-blind friendly!!!

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