Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 20 14:16:10 EDT 2006 | barryg
If it looks like 2 zener symbols tyed together at their cathodes I belive this is a avalanche diode or transient voltage suppressor (TVS). If you have a p/n you could do a search on like digikeys wesite and possible get an idea.
Electronics Forum | Fri May 17 07:38:30 EDT 2019 | stephendo
If it happened after a high energy event then maybe the root cause is a lack of TVS diodes in the design of the circuit. Or if they are ceramic diodes then maybe they are too close to the edge and have flex cracks.
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 27 13:23:57 EST 2000 | Highplanes Drifter
Hi Folks! First time poster to this forum. I would like to construct a small and inexpensive radio transmitter, which I can attach to some external port on my TV receiver, and which will transmit the sound component of the current audio/video displa
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 25 09:23:33 EDT 2004 | resslerr
Hi Grant - I am the US support person based at our television manufacturing plant in Pittsburgh, PA. I'd like to opportunity to discuss TiMMS with you. Robert (Marty) Ressler Manager, US Sales & Support SONY Technology Center - Pittsburgh 1001 Tech
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 04 17:32:20 EDT 2009 | bigdaddysoy9
If you are talking about assemblies, Class 1 is like cheap toys or something you wouldn't expect to last very long. Class 2 would be components for a television, air conditioner, automobile (except safety critical). Basically, things that you would b
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 02 00:16:18 EST 2004 | Mike Konrad
There is no shortage of reasons to clean your boards. Soldering or reflowing your boards leaves �stuff� on them. This �stuff� is normally corrosive and conductive (some fluxes / pastes are more corrosive / conductive than others). In either case,
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 16 13:06:49 EST 2006 | masrimhd
Hello, We�ve ordered the line machinery for our TV factory. It should be ready after two to three months. We will start producing Analog CRT TVs using single sided FR2 or CEM1, thru-hole components and tin-lead wave soldering process. Knowing that