Products/Services for Ring Generator Circuit

  • Circuit Breakers-Image
    Circuit Breakers - (991 companies)
    ...circuit. Electrical circuits can experience several conditions which pose danger to associated equipment or the circuit itself, namely current overload and short circuits. An overload occurs when a larger than anticipated electric current flows through... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Signal Generators - (380 companies)
    ...and amplitudes with the necessary modulation for testing or measuring circuits. It is important that the amplitude of the signal generated by the signal generator be correct. In many signal generators, output meters are included in the equipment... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Generator Heads and Alternators - (34 companies)
    Generator heads and alternators turn rotational mechanical energy into electrical power through electromagnetic induction. Alternators and generator heads produce electricity via electromagnetic induction. AC current is output from the alternator... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Comb Generators - (19 companies)
    Comb generators are a source for producing fundamental frequency components and multiple harmonic components. A comb generator generates a number of harmonics simultaneously, which look like a comb when viewed on a spectrum analyzer. Comb generators... Learn More
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    Panelboards and Switchgear - (630 companies)
    Panelboards and Switchgear Information. Panelboards and switchgear are electrical distribution devices that convert incoming electrical power into several smaller circuits and provide overload protection in the form of fuses or circuit breakers... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Motor Controllers - (769 companies)
    Wireless and web-enabled controls are also available. Configurations for motor controllers include several mounting styles. Most devices mount on a. Chassis. DIN rail. Panel. Rack. Wall. Printed circuit board (PCB). Standalone devices. Integrated... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Electromagnets - (123 companies)
    ...generators. Electric motors. Doorbells. Circuit breakers. Televisions. Loudspeakers. Brakes. Clutches. Superconducting Electromagnets. Special superconducting electromagnets generate powerful magnetic fields with little energy waste. Consequently... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Slip Rings - (98 companies)
    ...and power/current circuits. In some slip rings a circuit can be used either way and is counted only once. If there is a return path or ground then it is a separate circuit. Circuit, ring and way are all synonymous. Signal or voltage circuits include... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Commutators - (19 companies)
    ...armature. In generators, reversing the coil's connection to the external circuit provides a unidirectional (direct) current. As rotary electrical switches, commutators have an exceptionally long life considering the number of circuit makes and breaks... Learn More
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    M-Modules - (9 companies)
    M-Modules are ANSI/VITA 12-1996 mezzanine cards that are used mainly in industrial computers. They communicate with a printed circuit board (PCB) carrier over a dedicated bus and feature a fast, asynchronous parallel interface. As mezzanine cards... Learn More

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...resist corrosion in washdown, steam cleaning, and contaminated environments. The units work on the principle of the Hall effect. Hall sensors are solid-state powered devices that provide an output signal proportional to the strength of a nearby magnetic field. A magnetic pulser ring with alternating...

The Ring Generator application note contains eight figures: FIGURE 1. Transient response of the RG3000 from 50% full load to 100% full load, V0 = 200Vdcp; FIGURE 2. Transient response of the RG3000 (Negative); FIGURE 3. Sine wave riding on a 48V bus (See Figure 5); FIGURE 4. Turn on delay...

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