Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 00:26:52 EST 2006 | arnold
in computing inductance of core i use L = (NxN)x AL value of core. is it the same for coil that has sectoral winding.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 06:48:31 EST 2006 | pjc
http://www.qsl.net/in3otd/indcalc.html No mention of sectoral winding though.
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 26 17:04:30 EDT 2009 | stepheniii
IIRC the IPC spec for oven profiling says the thermocouple leads should not be more than one meter in length. I think when you can afford it, getting a data logger to go through the oven would be a good idea. But if you are going to use the very lon
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 04 21:04:33 EDT 2015 | sarason
How high a voltage are we talking , 240 volts, 4000 volts , 26000, volts 60,000 volts, 240 volts is easily done as we go up the scale insulation becomes a bigger problem and winding machines have to be much better in control of tension,also at higher
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 27 19:57:41 EDT 2000 | Dave F
Our display suppliers provide displays either with: * Molded plastic cover that we recycle to them * Plastic film like the guys that change your oil put on your wind shield to remind you when to get your oil changed.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 19 08:24:53 EST 1999 | Dave F
I had read something a long time ago about the effects of the Santa Anna winds on electro-static discharge. Does anyone know where I might be able to find information on this? Thanks, Nikki Nikki: The link's not a direct answer, but clo