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  1. Industrial Electrical Forum
    I built a chemical/manufacturing device. 1 unit at ~97W (8.1A × 12V) × 16-hours/day. I am operating from home, using a constant current transformer plugged into the 15amp wall receptacle. I want to scale this process to a 100 units. But I am not an electrician. I will hire an electrician to...
  2. Electrician Apprentice Forum
    I am a low voltage tech, wanting to learn more about higher voltage. I have 8 led strips glued to a board that i have connected by soldering +/-connections to each other. I want to power it by using a power supply that i got off of a job that wasnt needed for a receipt printer. It works for...
  3. New Member Introductions
    I am an Alabama Alumni. I am now working in a lighting fixture& power supply manufacturer. I hope I can gain some business leads and increase understanding of electric standard in US. Please feel free contact me through emails [email protected]
  4. General Electrical Discussion
    Hi folks, I am having an onsite issue where there are two electrical meters provided to my client. The two meters are of 150Amps(for SMDB1) and 60Amps(for SMDB2) capacity. However, the existing total loads (via the two SMDBs) are quite uneven. The load current of SMDB1 goes upto about 130A...
  5. General Electrical Discussion
    Hi everyone, Quick question: can we use a rheostat on our 5v 200a DC Power supply? We're doing electroforming and would like to start our acid copper baths at 2V before we put a piece in the tank, and then turn it up to 5V once the piece is fully submerged. Can we regulate the powersupply with a...
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