Electronic Toolbox Pro

Electronic Toolbox Pro

By Marcus Roskosch

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2009-11-20
  • Current Version: 11.10.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 146.09 MB
  • Developer: Marcus Roskosch
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 497 Ratings

Description

The *** ORIGINAL *** Electronic Toolbox Pro App Electronic reference and calculation resource for Professionals, Hobbyists, Makers, HAMs and Students right at your fingertips! Best of all: Continuously improved since 2009 - FOR FREE - NO IN APP PURCHASE - NO FAKE REVIEWS! What users wrote about this app: Well worth the money ***** I researched all EE apps before buying this one and I have to say that this one is the best by far. The developer is very accommodating to requests and suggestions and provides updates frequently. Very, very happy with this app. Simply brilliant ***** I don't normally review apps but I was so impressed with this one I felt I had to make a brief comment. Buy it, I promise you won't be disappointed. Supports iOS 11 back to iOS 9 and all Apple devices from iPod Touch, all iPhone and iPad models including 8,7 plus and all iPad pro models. See the online Manual at http://go-to.me/etb-manual Feature Highlights: ■ NEW: Circuit Editor (Beta) ■ Most comprehensive and complete Electronics app available ■ Designed for Novices as well as Experts ■ Numerous individual tools from "A" like ASCII Table to "Z" like Zener Diode calculation. If something is missing, just let me know ■ Provides wide variety of simple and complex tools, such as the resistor color code conversion to the PCB Trace width tools ■ Various calculation tools available, such as the NE555 circuit calculation and the passive cooling calculator ■ Includes reference tools with millions of component specs for ICs, Transistors, FETs, Controllers with parametric searches, pinout and cross reference information, and complete datasheets ■ Provides information about Batteries, Drill sizes, Hybrid Amplifiers, Socket pinouts, package sizes and much more ■ Includes conversion tools, such as the Unit conversion tool, the HEX/Decimal/Float Tool, Frequency and AWG / SWG tools ■ Parametric search for Components with certain specs and cross references ■ Global search for terms or components across all tools ■ Customizable arrangement of tools for quick and easy access ■ Includes a scientific desktop calculator, a frequency generator, and an oscilloscope ■ Comprehensive reference glossary (english only) ■ Content can be updated "over-the-air" and amended quickly and easily ■ Store diagrams, documents, and specs of a project ■ iCloud support ■ No ads or in-app purchases ■ Can be used without Internet access ■ Special keyboard available for quicker entry of SI units ■ And much more... For further information about this App, just have a look at my website: ■ electronic-toolbox.com ■ or just send me an E-mail. Version 11 of the app has just been released and as always, this update is FOR FREE to all users of Electronic Toolbox. At this point, many thanks for the ideas and suggestions I have received from the huge user community. You helped me to keep on improving my app with every new update. This App will continue to live and grow over the time. So I still look forward to all additional ideas, suggestions or even criticism so that I can continuously improve my App. Best regards, Marcus Read more on : http://go-to.me/etb

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Reviews

  • Best electronics app ever

    5
    By Muntygoesbad
    I have had this app for a couple of years now, and I have to say the developer of this app keeps it up to date. This is everything needed for using electronics in DC,AC, and some Telecommunications. It is completely worth it.
  • Don’t Bother With Any Of The Rest, This Is The Best!!

    5
    By Todd House
    Like others who have recently posted reviews, I do not normally write them either. Only when 1) an app is really, REALLY excellent 2) I use it continuously- on a daily or near-daily basis 3) I have BEEN using it for a considerable period of time (at least a year usually) I.E. It has STOOD the TEST of TIME 4) Not an absolute requirement, BUT...it should have an excellent GUI, it should be easy to use and intuitive, regularly updated to take advantage of the latest Apple technology (iPhone and iPad display advancements, Apple A(x) chip capabilities, iOS code/GUI improvements, major new features such as the Retina display back in the day, screen touch sensitivity more recently, dual cameras (wide and tele), iPhone X TrueDepth, etc AND LAST BUT QUITE POSSIBLY THE MOST IMPORTANT (or at least nearly so)- 5) The app should contain No...NO...NO....NOOO ADS, NO POP-UP CRAP that covers part of the screen and hence, part of the app GUI, NO LOCKED or GRAYED-OUT FEATURES with prompts to make in-app purchases in order to simply USE the features that are part of the app, especially sneaky stuff where you knew there were upgrades via in-app purchase, but you thought that you had access to the fundamental features which were what caught your interest in the first place and were the motivational factor behind making the purchase in the first place! And I don’t want it to cost $0.99 just so that I will buy it, only to find out that this costs money, this other thing costs more money, such and such is only a partial version; the full thing is another $5.99 upgrade...and so on. That works for teenage and pre-teenage girls (who are of course, the dominant purchasing age group of all consumers in the western world... (!!!)...crazy huh? But it’s true. Of course, it’s their parents providing the money and hence, the purchasing power. But make no mistake. The teenagers hold the power. And those kinds of layered, tiered-access app designs that tease the buyer with a $0.99 price initially and are so chock full of pop-up ads and in-app accessibility purchases that you can hardly see what you are doing let alone pay attention to it are utterly useless to me, period, end of story. Literally I guess, as it were. But I digress... The requirements I’ve listed are rarely fulfilled in their entirety in my 10+ years of iPhone life, and I can probably list on one hand all of the apps that I own which have nailed it completely. Ok, let’s see here——- 1) Multitrack DAW Digital Audio Workstation software. Just killer. A must have for anyone doing music production or audio production on iOS. Starts with 8 playback tracks and expands via one of the very few in-app purchases up to 24 full playback tracks. Which, I might add, actually WORK, and actually PLAY BACK without glitches, clicks and pops as long as you’re rocking an iPhone 6/6s or later. And 8 tracks play back perfectly on just about any iPhone newer than 3gs. Again. Just fundamentally killer. 2) Faber Acoustical’s SignalScope Pro and SignalScope X. The last word in audio and signal analysis. It’s that simple. It begins with an FFT and Oscilloscope. In-apps get you additional analytical tools such as Spectogram in 2D and 3D, RTA, Room Analysis tools, Sig Gen, Signal Recorder, Data Acquisition and tons more. Sick. .........Sick, sick, sick. I gotta use it. Every day. I just do. 3) iCircuit. A circuit simulation app with just an excellent GUI and very slick implementation of components, black box modules, ported circuits, and so on. Virtual multimeter and o-scope tools included. No in-apps at all. Love it. 4) This puppy. I use it constantly alongside iCircuit running on two separate iPhones, 8+ and 6s+, the 8 for iCircuit and this app on my 6. Hours and hours of use. And good clean fun. 5) Filmic Pro. It’s a dedicated HD video camera app, no still camera just video and it’s literally the last word on shooting vid within iOS. If you care, check it out. Footage shot with it has literally made it to the Sundance Film Festival and not just once but quite a few times at this point. And I’m not kidding about that. Add a couple of hardware add-ons, get some good audio production tools to use alongside and you can literally shoot professional work. And I think that’s all that needs to be said in this review. I may have said more about every other app than this one but strangely I think that says more about it than I could have by raving on about all of the insane amounts of collected information and tools in this bad boy. But it’s all there, just get it and look for yourself.
  • Its missing a key feature.

    1
    By Tyier22616
    No this app does not allow you to build a circuit and run a simulation of the circuit. You ask me thats a big deal! Thats the whole reason why someone who already knows about basic electrical engineering components would buy this app.
  • Not able to run on iPhone X

    1
    By teknolojay
    Tried to open the app, only to find it freeze after the home screen initializes. Was not able to access a single function of the app at all.
  • Great Help for the Beginning Learner

    5
    By Zzyzx Oh
    I recently attended an Arduino workshop and was looking for a way to document my projects. The beta version of the included Circuit Editor is much easier than some more expensive packages, like Eagle, and there is so much value in having board descriptions, pin layouts and other documentation that I rank this amount my best finds in the App Store.
  • Great App

    5
    By KC4LRR
    You get what you pay for. Well worth what I paid.
  • Wonderful app

    5
    By Depmode Tr
    Worth every penny
  • So good

    5
    By jfdoolster
    Very useful for grad student trying to build some stuff. Updated ifter
  • Awesome

    5
    By dsegel
    By far the most complete and useful electronics reference app available. It's simply astonishing how much information has been packed into a single app.
  • cool app

    5
    By shaneoriginal
    Thank you for creating this app. Love it and very helpful

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