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  • Load Torque Considerations: Fixed vs. Adjustable Speed
    Properly applying an AC VHS controller to an existing constant speed motor application requires a definition of the starting torque, the full load torque and the peak torque requirements of the load. The torque that is available for starting and peak load will be different on adjustable frequency
  • IR Drop Compensation Adjustment
    approximately 5-10% of rated voltage (25-50 V on 500 V motors or 12-24 V on 240 V motors) at rated horsepower. IR drop compensation is an adjustment feature of most Reliance Electric VHS DC drives that largely compensates for the armature
  • Smart Computing Article - Video Capture
    E-mail. You may also be able to post video clips on your Web site. And, you may be able to edit your personal VHS video tapes, if you have a video capture device that you can connect to a VCR. What you can and can't do with a video capture device depends on the device itself. Keep that in mind when
  • Smart Computing Article - Feature Attraction
    May 2005 Vol.9 Issue 3 Page(s) 153-156 in print issue Add To My Personal Library A Spotlight On Digital Video Formats Consumer video technology officially took off in 1976 with the introduction of VHS and Beta-max videotape. But the real revolution didn t begin until the mid- 90s, when consumer
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Analyst predicts stalemate in next-gen DVD war The conventional wisdom holds that, much like the Betamax-VHS war of the early 1980s, one format will emerge the winner of the HD DVD versus Blu-Ray next-generation DVD format battle that is shaping up to start this summer. But that's not necessarily
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Analyst predicts stalemate in next-gen DVD war The conventional wisdom holds that, much like the Betamax-VHS war of the early 1980s, one format will emerge the winner of the HD DVD versus Blu-Ray next-generation DVD format battle that is shaping up to start this summer. But that's not necessarily

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