For example, theres a battery of 12v in a seris with R1 (resitor 1) of 49kilo ohms, then there's a blown fuse of 90uA, next is R2 of 11kilo ohms, then there's R3 of 60 kilo ohms. How do i calculate ...
I'd like to make my own testing screwdriver based on an existing one which has 2x LR41 batteries, a 2.2Mohms resistor, a KSP13 Darlington transistor, a 5x15mm fuse and a red LED. It works for ...
I have a power supply with multiple outputs (5v, 12, 24v) According to the manufacture (and after testing) there must be a minimum load on the PSU for it to supply the stated voltages. Without a ...
I've been reading a bit on negative voltage, but I have a question that will probably reveal some ignorance, so I apologize ahead of time. If someone tells me that they want a (2) 5A breakers, (1) ...
Sometimes once in a year, either one of main fuses or a fuse in room blow up due to something. What is the cause of this? Why do we even use fuses? Is it because the voltage doesn't stay at 220V all ...