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)
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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!!!