Top 20 Teardown: USB-PD charger to Smart Bulb

Here is a list of teardown I have done in the past. I will keep adding more as I do more teardowns.

Teardown helps you understand how a product was designed, which MCU was used, which Wi-Fi/Bluetooth modules, what decision designers took for power supply section, displays, etc. and how it was over all constructed.

Top 20 Teardown: USB-PD charger to Smart Bulb 1

If you are an engineer who is interested in embedded product development, you must watch teardown videos, see teardown images and learn from it. It will help you a lot.

List of Teardowns

  1. Sonoff NS Panel
  2. Amazon Alexa Eco Dot (3rd Generation)
  3. MI Bluetooth Speaker 16W
  4. Oakter WiFi Plug
  5. Boat Stone 620 Bluetooth Speaker 12W
  6. Paytm Soundbox (2nd Generation)
  7. Imou 360° 1080P Full HD Security Camera
  8. Oakter Mini UPS for Wi-Fi Router
  9. TP-LINK TL-PoE150S PoE Injector Adapter, IEEE 802.3af Compliant
  10. Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker / Key Finder
  11. Vehicle Tracking System(VTS)
  12. Tata Power EZHome Smart Switch
  13. Inkbirdplus CO2 Monitor
  14. AmiciSmart WiFi Single Phase Energy Meter
  15. Havells/Crabtree Wi-Fi Smart Plug 16A
  16. Wipro Wi-Fi Smart Plug 16A
  17. PayTM SoundBox
  18. SONOFF Smart Switch Basic (10A Single Node)
  19. SONOFF Smart Switch Mini2 (16A Node)
  20. Jenix WiFi Smart Switch / FAN Speed Controller
  21. Tinxy Smart Switch (Two Nodes)
  22. NanoRanger Precision Current Measurement Tool
  23. Selec 3-Phase Multifunction Meter
  24. BPL Medtech Pulse Oximeter
  25. Wipro 9W Smart Bulb
  26. Halonix 12W Smart Bulb
  27. 18W USB PD Charger
  28. Sound Activated RGB LED Light Bar
  29. BK881 Soldering Rework Station
  30. Waveshare USB to RS485 RS232 TTL Converter
  31. LED driver

Let me know which one you liked the most 🙂

I am currently working as an embedded systems design consultant and helping companies build custom embedded products, develop test automation solution for their PCB or complete product.

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