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Rubber beading on high voltage cable insulation


July 20, 2022, 6:53 am

Hey all, Just curious what you think about this. The photos at the link are showing large gauge wire used on a vintage 600 VDC rail vehicle. We're talking 1930's electric streetcar technology.... Read more »

Brillenbaendchen


June 14, 2022, 3:35 pm

---------8x-------------- Brillen_Baendchen.txt all20220614 DIY! man nehme 80-90 cm 1-1,5 mm Seil Nylon/PE/PPE etc... (1)(2)(3) an beide Enden eine verstellbare Schlaufe machen, So ist die Br... Read more »

battery jargon


February 15, 2022, 2:55 am

A battery consists of two metals brought into contact. Somehow, they form an anode/cathode electric potential. That's the extent of my battery chemistry. So: NiCd - nickel and cadmium carbon... Read more »

requset


November 28, 2021, 1:53 pm

Hi how are you? could you send me the solution of modern robotics(kelvin-park) please? Read more »

Key FOB, Assume has Active RF ID


October 30, 2021, 11:49 am

Hi, I have a 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee. To open the car door (locked), I simply grab the handle and the door unlocks then opens with the Key FOB in my pocket. The Key FOB has butto... Read more »

Modern Robotics : Mechanics, Planning, and Control (Kevin M. Lynch, Frank C...


October 20, 2021, 2:29 pm

I need solution manual for modern robotics. If you have it please share it. Read more »

replacing a battery


October 6, 2021, 2:39 am

The battery in my phone burned out, so I ordered a replacement from Amazon. Examining the case, I can't find any fasteners. Do I open it with an oyster knife? -- Rich Read more »

particle accelerators


October 3, 2021, 11:42 pm

In days of old, particle accelerators used bubble chambers as detectors. What sensor technology is utilized at CERN? And when was the last time bubble chambers were in use? -- Rich Read more »

phone antennas


August 17, 2021, 11:43 pm

Do cell phones contain a separate antenna each for phone network, Wi-fi and Bluetooth? Also, does Bluetooth include any security? Like, if a user is listening to his music through a Bluetooth li... Read more »

battery charger


July 18, 2021, 12:19 am

I picked up a AAA NiMh battery charger. The label reads: Output: 1.2 V 800 mA AA/AAA charging: 120 mA Why the two different current specs? Does not compute - -- Rich Read more »

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LEDs Series-Parallel OK?

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Connecting LEDs in series-parallel like the ASCII schem below is okay? I don't see any reason why it shouldn't work. If a lot of LEDs, like the 7 below, are paralleled, the total current for each... Read more »

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car phone


In old movies, you sometimes see something called a 'car phone'. Always in a limousine. How did those work? -- Rich Read more »

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IBM Selectric typewriter


I have two cycle wheels for the IBM Selectric typewriter. Read more »

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battery charger


I picked up a AAA NiMh battery charger. The label reads: Output: 1.2 V 800 mA AA/AAA charging: 120 mA Why the two different current specs? Does not compute - -- Rich Read more »

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LED flashlight


I was looking at some LED flashlights, with ratings from 50 to 150 lumens. A p-n junction is a p-n junction, how do they get such varied outputs? I examined the working end, they all look alike, w... Read more »