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Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 16 02:37:09 EDT 2000 | xiang

can't find a doucment for sanyo tcm 820 ,is china

help needed

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 06 22:45:23 EST 2007 | dave

guys thanx a lot for the help will try em and see how we go

pva help

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 08 08:41:15 EDT 2012 | rgutierrez

Indy, This could be a couple of things, please call our tech support at 518-371-2684 to be able to help with your problem.

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Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 23 23:42:59 EDT 2002 | EC

Hi, Can someone tell me what is mean COD and BOD for testing the detergent. What is DOE mean? Thanks.

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Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 31 01:11:37 EST 2007 | dave

that bloody newton bloke is there anyway less"wastefull 'out of these 3 options

help needed

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 06 22:45:51 EST 2007 | dave

thanx m8 will give it a bash

Xray help

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 06 11:07:06 EDT 2007 | golff

Hi Pavel, Thanks for the advice, i will look into it. thanks!

help needed

Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 28 22:03:22 EST 2007 | dave

ca anyone help i need to design a circuit which can deliver 18v from 24v the problem is that the "extra" 6v i dont just wanna lose as heat/or lost energy as I have a limited power supply is there an effective way to do this - i have basic el

help needed

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 29 07:44:53 EST 2007 | davef

On going from 24v to 18v, try: * Voltage regulator * Resistor divider * Transformer On not generating heat or loosing energy, the laws of physics already are pretty well fixed.

help needed

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 01 16:50:26 EST 2007 | Ricky

A switching regulator should give you upwards of 85% efficiency. National Semiconductors 'Simple Switchers' are pretty good, and they have some good design tools on their site.

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