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  • Uses for Electrical Meters Part 1
    There are many types of electrical meters, but their uses are not always clear. This week we are going to focus on voltmeters, resistivity meters and nanocoulomb meters. Uses for Electrical Meters Part 1. Home. About. Press Releases. Current All-Spec Promos. Videos. Subscribe. Uses
  • Portable Ultrasound Probe (.pdf)
    , but rather remove the iron core altogether and use a free standing copper coil. This design offers significant advantages as compared to conventional DC motors including low electrical noise, fast acceleration, and high efficiencies. Another important feature: an ironless rotor allows for zero cogging
  • Basic Electrical Parameters of Reed Switch Products (.pdf)
    This article offers a description of some of the basic Reed Switch electrical parameters and key terms. ./0f14c55a-321e-4089-9348-2222f914c516 REED SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS. MEDER electronic. Basic Electrical Parameters. of Reed Switch Products. Pull-In (PI) is described as that point where
  • BBG Tech Tips #6: Electrical Test (.pdf)
    complex test fixtures along with flying probe test machines are. used to confirm this higher quality of assurance to gain the desired results. This. true electrical test of point-to-point is just a step away from the actual schematic. drawing of the PCB and takes the guess work out of assuming what
  • Medical Device Link . Electrical Testing and Environmental Screening of Hybrid Microelectronic Devices
    and aerospace industries. Engineers perform electrical checks to obtain current, voltage, and frequency measurements that validate the electrical connection between the hybrid, socketing, and power supplies. Photos courtesy of (left) MET Laboratories (Baltimore) and (right) ED &D Inc./Educated
  • Response of the ECH2O EC-10 and EC-20 Soil Moisture Probes to Variation in Water Content, Soil Type, and Solution Electrical Conductivity (.pdf)
    , the first two questions are closely related, as often the properties of a soil can determine the accuracy of volumetric water content reading from a dielectric probe. Poor results from probes that measure dielectric in soils with high electrical conductivity and salinity are well documented.
  • Common Failure Modes for Test Probes (.pdf)
    High electrical resistance between the probe tip and the contact surface is the most common failure mode for probes.
  • Measuring in High Humidity & Condensing Environments - Warmed Probe Technology (.pdf)
    electrical. resistance heater is installed within the probe. This heater. is controlled by the measured relative humidity. The control. algorithm is designed to keep the probe several degrees. above ambient temperature. This assures that water will. A third heating function called chemical purge is also