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Schaffner EMC Inc.
RB series Common-mode chokes PCB integrated EMC/EMI filtering. Up to 80A with forced cooling. Horizontal and vertical mounting. Dual and triple choke configurations. Frequency: dc to 400 Hz. Inductance: 0.2 to 3 mH. Rated Current: 16 to 50 A. Voltage: ≤ 600 VAC / 1000 VDC (read more)Browse Inductors, Coils, and Chokes Datasheets for Schaffner EMC Inc.
Schaffner EMC Inc.
FN 5030 Add-on common mode module Additional module for use with FN 5020 sine wave filters only. Reduction of common-mode interferences on motor cables. Improvement of EMC environment. Elimination of motor bearing damages. Possibility to use very long unshielded motor cables. Improvement of system reliability. Harmonic mitigation: All. Motor cable length: ≤1000m. Motor frequency: 0 to 600 Hz. Motor power: 15 to 75 kW. Rated Current: 25 to 120 A. Switching Frequency: 6 to 15 kHz. Voltage: 0 to 500 V (read more)Browse Harmonic Filters Datasheets for Schaffner EMC Inc.
Frontier Electronics Corp.
SMD Common Mode Choke SMD Common Mode Chokes SCM2012F (0805) series and SCM3216F (1206) series suitable for personal computers and peripherals. Impedance range from 90 Ohms to 2200 Ohms @ 100 MHz.; DCR ranges from 0.3 Ohms to 1.2 Ohms; operating current ranges from 370 mA to 200 mA; IR 10 MOhms min. @ 125 Volts, packing: taped & reeled. (read more)Browse Chip Inductors Datasheets for Frontier Electronics Corp.
Emerson Network Power / Liebert Power & Cooling
Common Data Center Challenges Hot spots, water events and outages were among the most common data center issues experienced over the past 12 months, according to the respondents in the Spring 2013 Data Center Users ’ Group ™ survey. Click here to see additional survey results. (read more)Browse Data Center Management Datasheets for Emerson Network Power / Liebert Power & Cooling
MP Metal Products
Metal Shapes - Common Shapes COMMON SHAPES are used in a variety of applications across different industries. Sometimes common tooling can be modified to meet unique requirements. These roll formed profiles are available in aluminum, steel, and copper. Metal gages run from .010" up to .165", formed widths from 1/2" up to 40", heights up to 3". Custom lengths, special materials, finishes and packaging are tailored to OEM requirements. (read more)Browse Roll Forming Services Datasheets for MP Metal Products
Two Sliders and a Common Base! Left-Right Screw Motion UniSlides. These slides are very useful for applications where two objects must share a common axis of movement. Typical uses for Left-Right UniSlides include centering or mating operations in manufacturing, testing and research environments. See also, two independently driven sliders below. These unique UniSlides incorporate two sliders driven by a single right and left-hand threaded standard accuracy lead screw. When the crank is turned, the sliders simultaneously move... (read more)Browse Linear Slides and Linear Stages Datasheets for Velmex, Inc.
FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc.
Custom Instrumentation Amplifiers FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology Inc. provides a series of in-line & built-in signal conditioned amplifiers for ±10VDC, ±5 VDC and 4-20mA output fully compatible with applications utilizing PLC or data acquisition systems. Configurable or fixed OEM versions are available. FUTEK's standard CSG110 is an in-line amplifier with a Din Rail mount. FUTEK also offers a 4 channel summing junction box IAC200 with a built-in amplifier Analog output. IAC200 is widely used in applications where multiple... (read more)Browse Instrumentation Amplifiers Datasheets for FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc.
Model 7600M Series Wideband Power Amplifiers contributed by the amplifier is <0.01% to 5kHz and <0.3% to 100kHz. The voltage gain can be either inverting or non-inverting and has selectable ranges from 0dB-14dB, 0dB-28dB and 0dB-42dB, and is continuously variable between ranges. Other features include: modes of A, A-B and -B, common mode rejection of 80dB, input coupling of ac or dc, dc offset control that is variable from 0V to ±200V; an optional meter package that provides a meter for displaying the heat sink temperature in °C, output... (read more)
API Technologies Corp - Spectrum Control
Snap-In Air Temp Sensor has Super Thermal Response Features. General purpose air temperature sensor. Available in a variety of thermistor values and curves. Easy installation - snaps into 14 to 18 gauge sheet metal. Excellent thermal response. Cost efficient design. Sturdy construction. Spectrum Sensors and Controls introduces a snap-in temperature sensor with a special clip design that allows the sensor to more accurately monitor air temperature within an enclosure. Until now, the most common way to accomplish this was by surface mounting... (read more)
Hitachi Metals America, Ltd.
FINEMET® Common Mode Choke Cores FINEMET ® common mode choke cores are made of a nanocrystalline soft magnetic material that Hitachi Metals developed as a world first. Conduction noise often causes serious malfunctions in onboard electronic components. With more electronic components being installed in cars, conduction noise is becoming a more serious issue for safe driving. Compared to conventional products with Mn-Zn ferrite cores, FINEMET ® has higher magnetic permeability and magnetic flux density. It results... (read more)Browse Ferrite Ceramics and Ferromagnetic Materials Datasheets for Hitachi Metals America, Ltd.
...is a common emitter gain stage. 4. Saturated Amplifier Bias Techniques. Base-current control. Vbias. Ibias. Amplifier. Ib Base. Ib. OR. Bias. Amplifier. Base. Bias. · Amplifier output power is adjusted by. means of limiting DC base current. · Implemented with voltage control through. moderate impedance...
...by frequency, or on and off. cycles per second. Most range from 10-20 Hz in AC. configurations to 500 Hz -5 kHz in DC. Diagram 2: Due to the limitations of magnetic fields, inductive sensors. Common inductive body styles. have a comparatively short sensing range, from fractions of. millimeters to 60...
...to operate. Most Dytran sensors utilize a common drain unity gain MOSFET integrated circuit (IC) amplifier to reduce the impedance level of the self generating piezoelectric crystals by 10 orders of magnitude (see Figure 1). Some Dytran sensors have voltage gain IC’s, others utilize miniature charge...
...than the base current,. by 10:1. RE 0.1 x hFE x RE. R2. VB = · VCC = VBE + VE. R1 + R2. R2. R1 = · VCC R2. VBE + VE. 6. Another common method to construct an amplifier is. The resolution of this circuit will depend on the number. using the op-amp. The figure below shows the circuit of a. of bits...
...pattern for that particular position (see Figure 3). Absolute encoders are capable of using many thousands of different codes, but the most common are grey, natural binary, and binary coded decimal. Grey code is particularly suited to optical encoders because it is unambiguous, i.e., only one track...
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8 Experiment 9 Frequency Response Procedure 3.2 Frequency Response of the Common Emitter Amplifier FIGURE 4. Common Emitter Amplifier with Resistor
EE 105 - Spring 2001
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