I have an electricity bill of the whole year, from that how can I know how many maximum amps are consumed in a single day, I am looking for an answer the client wants to make sure that the new changes and addition of equipment will not affect the current panel board to be changed, the store is...
Okay, back to School Electronics,
Given below is a parallel circuit with two diodes, the input current source is 5 A. And the connected resistor is 20 ohms.
The circuit is a current divider (of course current divides in parallel).
In case of simple current dividers we can solve it using the...
I'm a hobbiest and a noob here, so please let me know if this is ok to post.
I've been feeling current on my computer keyboard and a few other electric devices from an outlet. Went through the following steps:
1. Tested with an outlet tester and discovered that hot and neutral...
My factory will install 75kW 3 Phase Motor (415V) and by using 3C x 35mm2 Armoured Cable.
Based on IEC standard, is that the cable enough to withstand the maximum current produce from 75kW motor?
Please attached the IEC data if available.
By now, I have 3 Phase motor (2.2KW) connected to 3 × 1.5 mm2 Cable. Then I want to replace it with the new motor which is 3KW. Is that 1.5 mm2 cable able to support the 3KW motor?
I would like to know how to calculate the maximum allowable Ampere/KW flowing through the cable 3 × 1.5 mm2. Any...
SOLD MY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING BUSINESS & NO LONGER NEED THIS BARELY USED (Appx 4 hours use) PVC Heater
Current 451 PVC Heater for 1/2"-4" Equal to Greenlee 851
Durable wheels for maximum mobility
Full length door allows easy loading and removal of PVC conduit
120 vac - 2300...
I want to convert current to voltage for which I went on with the opamp circuit but what the problem with it is its only working for 0.1A input and just require a I-V converter with input current range of .001A to 4A.
please do suggest the circuit.
thank you in advance.
I am currently working on a side project and need some help, the project has a some requirements.
-Input voltage is 3.3v, 40mA
-Output voltage needs to be ~5v, 500-900mA
my current setup is
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My business has recently added several 208V 70 amp breakers and I now have the task of reading it every month. I am using a clamp meter and am not sure how I should be calculating the total amperage in order to correctly charge our client. Any help would be greatly appreciated.