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Thyristors problem in a 1800v capacitor discharge system

I have two thyristors “R1275nc21x, they are Westcode thyristor and have some issues in my application. I want to make a capacitor draining system with 1800V charged and it can discharge to the coil (...
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Does ideal Transformer transfer DC input voltage to secondary side, under NO-Load and Loaded condition?

Does ideal Transformer transfer DC input voltage to the secondary side, under NO-Load and Loaded condition? please you take DC input for a long time. Also consider two more conditions, 1st: for ...
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whats voltage drop on 40 yards of ws2815 leds

We are working on a project of using ws2815 led strips and our concern is how to handle the voltage drop?
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Is the electric current delayed

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab -Suppose that the distance between "D1" and "D2" is too large. -Does "D2" give a delayed response compared to "D1"?
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What is the off-white powdery material found at the base of GU5.3 light bulbs?

I've noticed most GU5.3 light bulbs, both halogen and LED, contain a granular material at the base. There seems to be considerable variation in how much of this powder is present, even within the ...
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Assistance with getting VM3558T motor running

Good afternoon, I've spent quite a while trying to figure out this problem but this field is not my expertise. I'm trying to build an ABS plastic shredding machine for recycling - I've got ...
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Flash in MCCB when switched off

Recently I switched off several molded case circuit breaker (MCCB) and saw a flash at the back of the breaker for an instant. This happened to all the MCCB on-site (around 14). The MCCB are all rated ...
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Total Dissipated Power

Please help look into to the below question where total dissipated power is to be calculated. In the solution given in the text they have added the under root of the power and then squared the result. ...
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What symbol is this?

Does anyone know what this step between the two lines mean?
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Difference between magnetizing inductance and primary inductance

What is difference between magnetising inductance(Lm) and primary inductance(Lp) of transformer?
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Multiplication of average voltage and current?

Multiplication of \$V_{rms}\$ and \$I_{rms}\$ gives average power. What things we get if we multiply \$V_{avg}\$ and \$I_{avg}\$??
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Please help guide if my understanding is correct

Please help check if my understanding is correct for the above circuits. As per my understanding the Voc=4v, since we have opened the circuit and there is no current flow. If that was not the case we ...
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AC Load Detection with auxiliary power supply

Is it possible to detect a load in an a.c. circuit before switching the main power supply supply on? Perhaps by using an auxiliary circuit which has it's own power supply, like a multimeter?
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Graph theory for Networks

To use the formula, [Bf][Zb][Bf'][I] = [Bf][Zb][Is] - [Bf][Vs] for the concerned, or any tree, should [Vs] and [Is], be written with respect to the directed tree I've taken, or with respect to the ...
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Get position along electric wire [closed]

Do you know the game called Buzzwire where the aim is to guide the grip mounted loop through the wire maze without touching the loop against the metal maze all the way to the end? is it possible to ...
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Circuit with resistor, diodes

I just started to learn electronic circuit. But it's a bit hard to understand this question and there is no explanation on the book. The answer is 4mA / +1V.
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Does magnetic flux depend on the orientation of the ferromagnetic rotor?

I have attached a picture of a reluctance motor setup. When I turn on the AC source, magnetic flux lines will build up. My question is, will the magnetic flux will be a function of the angle turned ...
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How to build a programmable LED strip? [closed]

I'm trying to build a home-made LED strip (non-RGB). It will be using single color SMD chips in array. The thought I have right now is to have 3 rows, each with about 15 or 25 same single color LEDs, ...
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3 phase heater to Single phase

I have this big immersion heater which my friend gave this to me. He said that this is originally design to be a 230V 9kW 3ph immersion heater (star). I am planning to convert this to single phase. ...
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Are these valid transformations, Please guide

Please help check if the transformations in the pink are allowed, when solving a circuit. For the given circuit the goal is to find the current I1 which could be found using nodal without taking care ...
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Voltage gradient in voltage difference across a resistor

If I have a voltage difference V from terminal 1 to terminal 2 of a resistor. I take an arbitrary point P along the resistor, between terminal 1 and terminal 2, and take terminal 1 as a voltage ...
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Why choose a PMOS over an NMOS or vice versa?

I know it sounds dum and that I sound dum but theres such a large amount of MOSFETs out there, there are N-channel and P channel devices that have extremely similar functionalities, capabilities, ...
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Is this an active or a passive circuit?

Is this an active or a passive circuit?
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Echo in voice to the caller while receiver with headphone hving wire replace [closed]

Hi I just replaced the old wire in my headphone with new one.But while using headphone the caller hears the voices with his own echo but while me having headphone on has no issue of echo can speaks ...
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Help finding voltage between two points

So, how should I proceed to find U_ab (or V_ab)? I have found I = -0.5mA, U_1=-2.5V, U_2 = -0.5V, U_3 = 2.0V. How would I even find U_a and U_b separately so I can apply U_ab = U_a - U_b? Also, ...
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Please help reduce the following circuit to an equivalent circuit with single resistor and source

Please help reduce the following circuit to an equivalent form as I am unable to understand the given solution in the book. If required I will share the solution later. Thanks in advance. @jonk, @...
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Earth Leakage current understanding

In our design used TRIAC to control the load, As per the product field test setup i should short the neutral and earth connect together also the digital GND is connected with chassis. The input AC ...
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PCB trace width

I am trying to design a PCB circuit in altium designer. My circuit consists of one ATmega8a, one NRF24l01 and three magnetic relays (mini relay 12V MPR-S-112-A.) I want to set the trace width to 0....
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LCD Dimmer with Variable Resistance Circuit

essentially I'm trying to make a very basic circuit where a 3.7 volt battery is wired to a liquid crystal display, (or LCD), and the brightness of said display is controlled by a pentiometer to ...
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Is there a way to trade off amperage for voltage? [closed]

I was planning on buying a motorcycle battery or some other large battery to charge my laptop, but most of the batteries I found are 12v or lower, and I need around 20v to charge my laptop. Is there a ...
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Flyback Converter Transformer Leakage Inductance

We are in the process of designing an inverter , in which designing a step up flyback converter is crucial. The problem, we initially faced was there were more step down transformers available than ...
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What happens when we connect battery to a circuit?

Example setup: I have a piece if metal and I have 12v battery. When battery is connected to the metal current flows through the metal. So, my question is, does electrons from battery move through ...
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Isolation transformer Confusion

I’m hoping someone can clear up some confusion.I understand how an earth reference transformer works and how if there was an earth fault there would be a large rush of current through ground and back ...
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How to develop Differential Conductance dI/dV measurement setup?

I have a Lock-in as sinusoidal Voltage source, DC Current source and Multimeter. Can you please help me to develop a functional setup for dI/dV measurements. How can I design the circuit? What ...
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How to Measure differential conductance dI/dV experimentally?

Numerical derivation of IV curve is always a possibility to deduce dI/dV graph. How to measure it directly in voltage bias mode? What concept is required for it? What instrument are required to ...
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Wind turbine charger controller

I need help on my design which includes a wind turbine, charge controller, battery and load. The question is, what will happen to the load if the wind turbine is charging the battery and while it is ...
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Looking for Connection Ideas for 12V Battery Pack

I'm working on a project that's requiring the use of a battery pack made from 18650s. 3 of them in series connected to a BMS. It's a 12V supply that is housed in a 3D printed part, length wise of the ...
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SPI pins logic level issue [closed]

I have ESP32 and the popular dot matrix module MAX7219 8*8 module to interface. It is connected through SPI pins. After a sample word printing on the maxtix it shows garbage outputs. Is it happening ...
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Why we see a spark when we connect a plug into an already switched “ON” socket?

Why we see a spark when we connect a plug into an already switched "ON" socket? But I've also noticed that this isn't the case always, ie. sometimes when connecting a plug into a socket which is ...
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Does these terms consider the same Voltage, electric potential, and potential difference

What are the differences between these terms ? do they are considered the same
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Gain of a Dual Gate MOSFET

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab This is the schematic of the circuit but tried to find the gain of this circuit, assuming 50 % of the Duty Cycle for the LO, and M2 ...
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Can not recognise this piece of equipment. It is attached to the mains

It is normally quite noisy, but has gone silent.
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Testing and safety requirements for selling homemade electricals

I am currently researching and designing electrical audio equipment, example devices: Tube and solid state guitar amplifiers Guitar effects pedals Mixing / filtering units Synthesizers Some of these ...
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Ballast Power Draw

I am trying to calculate the current draw for 6 florescent bulbs and ballasts. There is one ballast per 36W bulb. I know that the current draw for each bulb would be 36/240 =0.15A (0.6A total) How ...
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220V/1ph/60Hz equipment to operate on 208V/3ph/60Hz

Can an equipment built for 220V/1ph/60 Hz be connected to a 208V/3 ph/60Hz grid by using only two lines of the 110V each across the load?
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AC noise to electronic circuitry

I find some random issues that is still unknown. I'm using mean well SMPS 12v, 3A for supply and charging 2 cell battery 7.4v with a charging current 1.2A. The supplies are parallel which is switched ...
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Voltage signal and Current Signal

Please give an intuitive explanation of difference between how a signal or data is carried using voltage and current? I'm wondering even though current and voltage inevitability co-exist, why do we ...
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Contact on substrate of a MOSFET

Why do we want to have an ohmic contact on a substrate terminal of mosfet? What would happen if we used schottky contact instead?
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why is transformer not considered as an amplifier?

I know that in a transformer the power is conserved on both sides, and hence there's no power amplification as such. That's fine! But if I instead want only a voltage amplification, then choosing ...
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Can you connect transistors directly to high voltages or is there precautions neccesary?

I understand that the circuit above will simply work, but what if the voltage input from the battery is significantly higher and the necessary voltage for the motor is high as well? Can you still ...