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  1. Closed: Re: Voltage input to BLDC inverters on tethered drone?

    This calculates to average 1A current draw, 400 ohms impedance (in round numbers). That amount has to be achieved by reactive impedance (coils with large Henry value), or ohmic resistance...
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    Closed: Re: AC-DC power supply design

    Suppose you pre-charge the capacitors directly from an auxiliary power supply? Install a plain diode and resistor, calculated so caps take a second or two to reach 90 percent running voltage. Power...
  3. Closed: Re: Testing Amps on rewound microwave transformer

    Yes, if your load doesn't change resistance in use. Incandescent lamps increase in resistance when they glow. Normally this throws off your calculation. However if you apply only 48V instead of house...
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    Closed: Re: BJT amplifier design

    Common base mode is suitable. It's tricky to adjust bias voltage and current, in order to find a good operating point.

    Simple simulation using your specs of Rin, Rout.
    Signal is applied at...
  5. Closed: Re: Voltage input to BLDC inverters on tethered drone?

    I wouldn't be surprised if the drone has its own step-down converter. High current is needed in R/C aircraft. 25 years ago electric planes typically had battery packs of 5 or 10 or even 20 'C' cells...
  6. Closed: Re: Voltage input to BLDC inverters on tethered drone?

    Tether wires appear lightweight and thin, implying low Amperes. I imagine it takes from 100 to 300 watts to lift a drone cam. And it seems convenient (as well as sensible marketing) to make the...
  7. Closed: Re: Testing Amps on rewound microwave transformer

    Simulation of transformer with various loads. Switches were closed in sequence. Scope trace travels to the left. Notice volt reading drops as current draw increases.

    A resistive type load is...
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    Closed: Re: Easiest way to get 5v and ~1V

    One diode pointing downward provides 0.6V regulated voltage. Two diodes yield 1.2V. (Similar principle to a zener diode.) A safety resistor is needed.

    If you want a specific reference voltage,...
  9. Closed: Re: Testing Amps on rewound microwave transformer

    One way is to attach various resistors and measure AC volts. That gives you an idea when the secondary output voltage starts to drop, thus letting you know how much power you can get from your...
  10. Closed: Re: Earth leakage Detection "positive" as well as "Negative" >30mA.

    Ordinary multimeters like I've used detect current as DC only.
    Here's a handy trick to measure AC current: Insert a resistor inline, and measure AC voltage across it. Resistor value should be very...
  11. [SOLVED]Closed: Re: Need very basic R-C "delay off" circuit

    Simple diode-resistor-capacitor networks create a gradual ramp-wave when you input a sudden transition.

    The principle behind the downward ramp (lefthand) is obvious.

    It's not as obvious how to...
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    Closed: Re: DC Booster for Solar Pump

    A voltage doubler can provide your step-up ratio, almost 2x.
    Two voltage doublers acting symmetrically provide AC to the load.

    Simulation using Nakagome type.

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    Bias was adjusted to...
  13. [SOLVED]Closed: Re: Technique behind the Charging and Inverting Function of an Inverter

    I once put a voltmeter on the charger for my lawnmower battery. It read 10 or 11 VDC. Yet it was able to charge a 12V battery. I wondered how this was possible? It took me a while to figure out that...
  14. Closed: Re: Automatic Water Level Controller - Dynamic Dry-Run and OverLoad Current Calc Rela

    When starting up your motor is likely to draw several more Amperes than it does during normal running.
  15. Closed: Re: Power source Dell Model H275P-01 P / N: HP-L2767F3P won't start

    175V suggests the unit gets power from house voltage.
    Is your question about a conventional computer power supply?

    Do you have a duplicate supply so as to compare voltage readings, component...
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    Closed: Re: Why we insert Mbist before scan ?

    Two similar questions merged into one thread.

    Try a forum search for words: bist, mbist, scan, dft.

    Check the list of related topics further down this page.
  17. Closed: Re: [PIC] Car Cooling System PSU Design Related

    Diode D5 is in different positions on the two schematics. I agree with Easy, that D5 allows battery current to 24V circuitry at the right (in either schematic). In that sense it does not block...
  18. Closed: Re: Circuit to delay and shorten pulses of a pulse train?

    I have a schematic similar to yours. My simulation shows the incoming signal sources 1mA. It sinks 6mA.

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    No. D5 permits current flow only downward (charging) through B2 (lower) battery, never upward (discharging).



    D5 is faulty because it does not permit normal charging. B1 battery only charges...
  20. Closed: Re: [PIC] Car Cooling System PSU Design Related

    The upper switcher needs particular care about its circuit connections to the upper battery. How it's ground-referenced, whether to positive supply, and whether it's an isolated type.
  21. Closed: Re: Can I drive a Full-Bridge with PWM1H1 and PWM1L1 signals of dsPIC33 and IR2112?

    Here's a self-oscillating astable H-bridge made from transistors. The series LC shapes AC square waves into sines. LC values determine resonating frequency.

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    The challenge is to obtain...
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    Closed: Re: Phase Detect Circuitry

    The rightmost invert-gate pulls the D pin hi or low, to drive flip-flop operation in a correct way that divides by 2.

    Usually a divide-by-2 schematic omits the invert-gate and connects D pin to...
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    Closed: Re: Yaesu FT-101 dynamic mic question

    500 ohms is regarded as low impedance in microphones. Dynamic mike has a coil of very thin wire.
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    Closed: Re: SMPS Through Hole to SMD Package

    For a given output the internal current waveforms are expected to have much higher current peaks. Can all your components tolerate greater than 1A?

    Can all terminals, and all solder joints...
  25. Closed: Re: I am searching for USB C Power Delivery IC with MCU

    Is this a recent protocol compared to early USB power delivery? As I understand it, any device needs to negotiate (enumeration), before it can receive maximum current from the USB port. Before that...
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