Curious about what is Hall Effect and how Hall Effect Sensors work. The Hall Effect is the most common method of measuring magnetic field and the Hall Effect sensors are very popular and have many contemporary applications.
Given two batteries, it chooses the one to connect to the load based on the voltage measured at their poles. It can also be used to switch DC power supplies. The circuit we are proposing is an automatic battery switch made with power MOSFETs with very low RdsON, which are specifically for SMD.
Every machinist needs to know, but that is confusing and often misunderstood: How to calculate speeds and feeds. Learn Formulas and step-by-step method for doing the calculations with an explanation and animations. Every curious student, machine operator or machinist should watch this video.
In this video I will conduct a small experiment in order to show you whether the DC, BLDC or Stepper Motor is best suited as a generator. Along the way we will learn a bit about the theory of those motors and realize why a gearbox can be an important part of a generator setup. Let's get started!
In this video I will show you my technique when it comes to THT and SMD soldering tasks. I show you with some practical examples how easy it is to solder and what kind of tools and materials are necessary to do the job.
No one can make electrical, electronics, engineering learning more entertaining and fun than Mr. Mehdi Sadaghdar a.k.a unibrow. If you are curious about electrical projects, he is the man to follow for his craziness and quirky humor. Whatever you do, don't try them at home.
Isn’t AC more dangerous than DC? So why do we use AC instead of DC to power our homes? Did we go wrong somewhere? This video explain the story of Nikola Tesla's AC vs Thomas Edison's DC in the most entertaining way with fun demonstrations.
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