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IHAC16O-400-PS-4T Global Industrial Howard Lighting Products Not Provided Howard Lighting, Inline High Bay 16"L Acrylic Open, 60 Hz, 400w Ps, M155/O, 120/208/240/277v
TF252795S Global Industrial Acme Electric Llc Not Provided Acme Tf252795s Export Model, 1 Ø, 50/60 Hz, 190/200/208/220 X 380/400/416/440 Primary V,10.0w
TF252797S Global Industrial Acme Electric Llc Not Provided Acme Tf252797s Export Model, 1 Ø, 50/60 Hz, 190/200/208/220 X 380/400/416/440 Primary V, 25 W
TF252794S Global Industrial Acme Electric Llc Not Provided Acme Tf252794s Export Model, 1 Ø, 50/60 Hz, 190/200/208/220 X 380/400/416/440 Primary V, 7.5w
FLK-TI400 60HZ/FCA Digi-Key Fluke Electronics Test and Measurement TI400 IR CM W/DMM A3001 FC IFLEX
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    This unit consists of a synchronous and a synchronous generator built on a single vertical shaft mounted on a welded steel base alongside the control panel. We can build this type of vertical shaft construction up to 375 KVA in either 50 Hz to 400 Hz or 60 Hz to 400 Hz versions at any voltage
  • Interfacing to AC Power Lines
    This application note describes a simple method for measuring parameters from the AC power line. Parameters such as zero crossing, frequency, and relative phase can be measured. This method is useful for measurements on 50, 60, and 400 Hz power systems with voltages up to several hundred volts
  • Dynamic Testing Characterizes Frequency Dependence of Liver Tissue
    for cyclic testing up to 400 Hz and is ideal for low load testing of soft tissue for determining its viscoelastic properties.
  • The Impact of Ultrasonic Cleaning on Particle Removal: The Particulars of Preparing Parts for their End Use
    Cavitation Implosion, Viscous Boundary Layer, Mechanics of Cleaning Effect at 40 Hz, Mechanics of Cleaning Effect at 400 Hz, Cavitation Strength Compared to 40 Hz, Case Study: Flat Panel Display, Particle Removal Data, Preventing Redeposition, Filtration Considerations, Equipment Considerations, Single
  • Handling low-frequency resonance
    , typically between 500 and 1,200 Hz. Low-frequency resonance causes oscillations at the first phase crossover, typically 200 to 400 Hz. It is well known that servo performance is enhanced when controllaw gains are high. However, instability results when a high-gain control law is applied
  • Integrate and simplify
    Integrated motion control is the next logical step in the rapidly evolving motion-control landscape. The AllenBradley Kinetix 6000 servodrive features a fiber-optic Sercos link. It has a velocity bandwidth greater than 400 Hz and a current-loop bandwidth greater than 1,300 Hz, double
  • Next hot trend for appliances: FLEXIBLE DISPLAYS
    thick-film deposition on to a flexible plastic substrate, with the complete display measuring around 400-m m thick. The Pelikon technique uses inorganic phosphors subject to about 200 Vac at between 70 and 10 kHz, although the typical driving frequency is about 400 Hz. Proprietary Asic drivers power

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