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Questions tagged [tolerance]

A window of acceptance, often expressed as a percentage, in which a non-perfect value is still accepted as usable.

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Electrolytic Capacitor Tolerances

Recently I went to order a set of these 100uF electrolytic capacitors with 10% tolerance, needed for impedance balance for an audio output. When I noticed they were out of stock, I decided to order a ...
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Estimating gain tolerance

Estimate the gain tolerance (+/- X%) of the non-inverting amplifier in Fig. 3 assuming that the tolerance is solely determined by the errors in the resistor values. Only resistors involved in the gain ...
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Maximum tolerance for a loop trace-antenna's capacitor

While going through the document at https://www.silabs.com/documents/public/application-notes/AN639.pdf I have read from "Figure 13. Loop Antenna Simulated Mag(Zin) vs. CP1" below that even a 2% ...
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Solar variation tolerance for a solar panel

How to estimate average variation of input solar radiation that would be tolerable for a given solar panel? On what parameters will it depend?
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Circuits that take advantage of tolerances in components

Bit of a wordy question title... I was trying to simulate an astable multivibrator the other night and the simulation refused to run. I eventually realised that because the simulation assumes perfect ...
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Parameter tolerance estimation with non-pure ratios

I am trying to estimate the exact tolerance of a simple circuit, consisting of an op-amp based, inverting comparator with hysteresis. This is the schematic (electronic-tutorials.ws) For which I ...
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Capacitor tolerance at high frequencies

I was measuring a 10pF 0603 +-5% (Johanson 251R14S100JV4S) using a network analyzer at 319.5MHz. The cap came in their high q/low ESR ceramic kit. It measured about 10.7pF. But after measuring a few ...