Anita Chan

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What is Bridge Rectifier?

The bridge rectifier is a circuit that converts AC signals into DC signals. It typically consists of an arrangement of interlocked diodes. Two types of rectifier circuits can be us...

Anita Chan 28 January · 0 · 40

How Shift Register Works?

If four bits of data are transferred into the system via four clock signals on one wire at the data-in point, lower, and the information is available on all four Outputs QA and QD...

Anita Chan 27 January · 0 · 37

Schmitt Trigger: What You Need to Know

What is a Schmitt Trigger? A Schmitt trigger is a type of electronic oscillator that uses it to produce a square wave output. It is used in the design of many different types of e...

Anita Chan 26 January · 0 · 35

How to Calculate Resistor Value?

A complex resistance circuit is made up of a large number of resistors connected in series and in parallel. It will form a complex resistance network. We need to think about calcu...

Anita Chan 21 January · 0 · 99

How to Get More Power from Power Over Ethernet (PoE)?

Power over Ethernet (PoE) is already a common concept and is used in products such as Internet telephony, security monitoring systems, and cash registers. In this way, small networ...

Anita Chan 20 January · 0 · 48

What is Power over Ethernet?

PoE (Power Over Ethernet) refers to the technology that provides DC power supply for equipment while transmitting data signals for some IP-based terminals in the case of existing s...

Anita Chan 19 January · 0 · 23

Application and Adjustment Method of the Adjustable Inductor

Application and Adjustment Method of the Adjustable Inductor   Adjusting Method of Adjustable Inductor   In the specific power supply equipment, we mainly use the method of co...

Anita Chan 18 January · 0 · 56

What is the Difference Between Bipolar Transistor and Triode?

What is the Difference Between Bipolar Transistor and Triode?   A bipolar transistor is a triode. The simplest distinction is: the three poles are called collector, base, and emi...

Anita Chan 17 January · 0 · 43

What is LED Drive Power?

What is LED Drive Power?   Nowadays, as the concept of green environmental protection begins to take root in the hearts of the people, LEDs with long life and energy-saving chara...

Anita Chan 14 January · 0 · 8

Why You Should Invest in a Good Quality Amp?

Why You Should Invest in a Good Quality Amp?   In the world of sound, there are many different types of amplifiers. There is an amplifier for each type and purpose of sound: a gu...

Anita Chan 13 January · 0 · 11

How to Install Resistors for LED Turn Signals?

How to Install Resistors for LED Turn Signals?   Many friends are very familiar with led electronic lightboxes. Because it is applied more frequently now. However, the number of...

Anita Chan 11 January · 0 · 15

What is an Encoder?

What is an Encoder? An encoder is a device that converts data or signals into a signal. In other words, an encoder is a device that converts linear displacement or angular movemen...

Anita Chan 10 January · 0 · 6

How Shift Registers Work & What is a shift register?

Introduction: What is a shift register? A shift register is a type of digital circuit that shifts its bits in sequence. Shift registers are a very common component in counting ci...

Anita Chan 08 January · 0 · 88

Basic Knowledge Points of Diodes

    In the family of electronic components, There is a particular kind that allows the flow of current in one direction. It's a two-electrode device known as a diode.   The Ear...

Anita Chan 05 January · 0 · 9

What are Inductors Used For?

What are Inductors Used For?   The inductor is a component that converts electric energy into magnetic energy and stores it. The inductor's structure is like that of transformers...

Anita Chan 04 January · 0 · 13

Capacitor vs. Inductor

What are a Capacitor and an Inductor? What is an Inductor?  An inductor is a coil of wire around a core, usually made of metal or ferrite, which will store or release energy when...

Anita Chan 30 December 2021 · 0 · 47