Electricity / Electronics Links
ANSI coordinates the efforts of standards developers. This site provides information
about those efforts and the standards.
Cherry Corporation provides an electrical switch catalog.
This site is a source for electronic components.
Duracell provides technical data about various types of batteries.
Electronic Industries Alliance
The EIA provides information and news about the electronics industry.
Visit this site for information and commercial services related to the electronics
Electronics Workbench provides design automation software that students
can use to simulate electronic circuits.
Federal Communications Commission
The FCC is a United States government agency that is charged with the
regulation of interstate and international communications by radio, television,
wire, satellite, and cable.
Visit this site for test and measurement instruments and electronics prototyping
Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers
Browse the IEEE site for information and links to various aspects of the electrical
and electronics industries.
International Society of
Certified Electronics Technicians
ISCET helps train, prepare, and certify technicians in electronics and appliance
This site provides information related to material safety data sheets.
National Electrical Manufacturers
NEMA provides a forum for the standardization of electrical equipment
and publishes technical standards.
National Instruments provides instrumentation software and hardware. Students
can use school computers as virtual test instruments such as an oscilloscopes,
function generators, and dynamic signal analyzers.
Go to this site for information about the BASIC Stamp. The BASIC Stamp
is used for experiments in the Electricity and Electronics Technology
program, by Buban, Schmitt, and Carter.