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What is Capacitor? How a Capacitor Works & Types of Capacitors.

Started May 10 0 Replies

A capacitor is a two-terminal, electrical component. Along with resistors and inductors, they're one in all the most basic passive components we use. You would need to look very exhausting to search…Continue

Tags: mosfet, transistor, Current, Transducers, relay

Basic of Solid State Relays : AC & DC Input Circuit

Started Apr 30 0 Replies

Solid State Relays are semiconductor equivalents of the mechanical device relay and may be accustomed control electrical masses while not the utilization of moving parts.A normal electro-mechanical…Continue

Tags: capacitor, Current, Transducers, aluminum, transistor

Solid State Relays: Difference between Solid State Relays and Mechanical Relays

Started Mar 6 0 Replies

Solid state relays (SSRs) turn on or off the ability being provided to alternative devices, in a very similar fashion as a physical switch. However, rather than being switched by human interaction…Continue

Tags: Connectors, Limit, Switches, BNC, Disconnectors

Introduction of LEDs: Types, Colour, Advantages & Disadvantages, and Applications

Started Feb 27 0 Replies

Light Emitting Diodes or just LED’s, are among the most widely used of all the various kinds of semiconductor diodes on the market nowadays and are normally utilized in TV’s and colour displays. The…Continue

Tags: #mosfet_transistor, #Cable_Ties, #Limit_Switches, #axial_fan

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What is Capacitor? How a Capacitor Works & Types of Capacitors.

A capacitor is a two-terminal, electrical component. Along with resistors and inductors, they're one in all the most basic passive components we use. You would need to look very exhausting to search out a circuit that did not have a capacitor in it. An aluminum capacitor is a type of electrolytic capacitor. It’s polarised, meaning that the energy can only flow in a single direction.What makes…See More
May 10
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Basic of Solid State Relays : AC & DC Input Circuit

Solid State Relays are semiconductor equivalents of the mechanical device relay and may be accustomed control electrical masses while not the utilization of moving parts.A normal electro-mechanical relay, SSR’s provide complete electrical isolation between their input and output contacts with its output acting as a conventional electrical switch in that it has very high, almost infinite resistance once nonconductive (open), and a really low resistance once conducting (closed).…See More
Apr 30
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Solid State Relays: Difference between Solid State Relays and Mechanical Relays

Solid state relays (SSRs) turn on or off the ability being provided to alternative devices, in a very similar fashion as a physical switch. However, rather than being switched by human interaction sort of a physical switch, SSRs are switched electronically. With Solid State Relays, you'll control high-current devices like lights or appliances with low-current signals, sort of a normal DC…See More
Mar 6
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Introduction of LEDs: Types, Colour, Advantages & Disadvantages, and Applications

Light Emitting Diodes or just LED’s, are among the most widely used of all the various kinds of semiconductor diodes on the market nowadays and are normally utilized in TV’s and colour displays. The “Light Emitting Diode (LED)” or Visible LEDs as it is more commonly called, is basically just a specialized type of diode as they have very similar electrical characteristics to a PN junction…See More
Feb 27
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Introduction of Solid State Relays : Input and Output SSR

There are many different types of relays that may be used in electrical equipment, one such relay is that the Solid State Relay or the SSR. It is used as an on/off controller. Just like other types of relay switches, the SSR uses a small signal that actually controls a much larger load. The SSR consists of several components.It has a control signal (a sensor that responds to an input), an…See More
Feb 22
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Describe BNC Connectors. And Installation on Coaxial Cable.

BNC Connector (Bayonet Nut Coupling) A normally used plug and socket for audio, video and networking applications that have a good connection. Using a mount somewhat similar to the way a bayonet (knife) is mounted onto the end of a rifle, BNCs are used to connect a variety of different coaxial cable types. After the plug is inserted, it's turned, inflicting pins within the socket to be pinched into a protection groove on the plug.Short for Bayonet Neill Concelman connector, (sometimes…See More
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What is the MOSFETs Transistors:- Beginner's Tutorial

The MOSFET (Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field-effect Transistor) transistor is a semiconductor that is usually used for exchanging and enhancing electronic flags within the electronic devices. The body of the MOSFET is much of the time associated with the source terminal so making it a three-terminal device like field impact transistor.Capable of dose measurements directly when irradiation or are often sampled in predefined time intervals (on-line dosimetry). The…See More
Feb 12
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Inductive Proximity Sensors - Operating Principles and Applications

Inductive proximity sensors are the preferred choice for the majority of applications requiring accurate, non-contact detection of metallic objects in machinery or automation equipment. As a pioneer and market leader, Pepperl+Fuchs offers innovative, high-quality inductive sensors to meet the needs of the worldwide automation and process control markets. Inductive Sensor Operating Principles. Inductive proximity sensors used for non-contact detection of metallic objects.…See More
Feb 9
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Basic Guide For Different Types of Relays

There are simply tens of thousands of relay varieties on the market. Knowing about which relay to choose for your application can be critical to its success because each type of relay has its advantages and as well as disadvantages. Designers or makers must consider cost, reliability, durability, rating, voltage, function, size, and number of contacts just to name a few things. In most cases any number of relays can do the job and other times it takes a certain relay. There are several common…See More
Jan 30
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Beginner’s Guide For Current Transducers

Current Transducers are the devices that converts input energy into output energy, the latter usually differing in kind but bearing a known relation to input. Originally, the term preferred to a device that converted mechanical stimuli into electrical output, but it has been broadened to include devices that sense all forms of stimuli such as radiation, heat, sound, strain,…See More
Jan 28
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How does Inductive proximity sensor works?

A proximity sensing element is an electronic solid-state device accustomed indicate the presence of AN object while not creating physical contact. The proximity sensing element could be a terribly helpful device in unsafe areas like oil refineries and not therefore unsafe areas like door detection systems.Proximity sensors don't use any style of physical moving components instead they permit signals to transmit through them once one thing that's being monitored comes in shut proximity of the…See More
Jan 23
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Technical Guide For Limit Switches

Mechanical Limit Switches are a common presence or position sensing device or equipment used in industrial automation systems. Typically these limit switches are electromechanically operated, so they activate when an object makes physical contact with the actuator and which is often adjustable.There are many types of actuators, each mechanically linked, from those using an adjustable head…See More
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