Advance Voltage Drop Calculator and Voltage Drop Formula

Advance Voltage Drop Calculator and Voltage Drop Formula

Advance Voltage Drop Calculator and Voltage Drop Formula. According to the NEC (National Electric Code) [210.19 A (1)] FPN number 4 and [215.2 A (3)] FPN number 2, the allowable Voltage drop for feeders is 3% and the acceptable voltage drop for final sub circuit and branch circuit is 5% for proper and efficient operation. For example, if the Supply ... Read More »

555 Timer

Timer 555 pinouts construction working types pinout diagram

555 Timer Timers Timers are those circuits, which provide periodic signals to a digital system which change the state of that system. In other words, those circuits, which work on the base of multivibrator changes or a device, which can be used as multivibrator is called Timer. (We will discuss Multivibrator in detail in next coming posts) 555 Timer 555 ... Read More »

HRC Fuse (High Rupturing Capacity Fuse) and its Types

HRC Fuse (High Rupturing Capacity Fuse) and its Types

HRC Fuse (High Rupturing Capacity Fuse) and its Types This type of fuse contains a fuse wire in it, which carries the short circuit current safely for a given time period. During this period, if fault is removed, then it does not blow off otherwise it will melt and remove the circuit from electrical supply hence, the circuit remains safe. ... Read More »

Ferrite Bead: Tiny Cylinder in Power Cords & Cable. Why?

Ferrite Bead Tiny Cylinder in Power Cords & Cable. Why

Ferrite Bead: Tiny Cylinder in Power Cords & Cable. Why? Have you ever noticed a little cylinder in a power cords and cable? Have you ever seen the same in your laptop charger cord, USB cord, Mobile charger cable cord, Printer Cord, Monitor cord, etc. even in Mouse and keyboard cable cords? Today, we are going to tell you the ... Read More »

What is a Solenoid and Solenoid Magnetic Field

What is a Solenoid and Solenoid Magnetic Field

What is a Solenoid and Solenoid Magnetic Field What is a Solenoid? Solenoid is an enamel wire (coil wire) wound on a round shaped, made of solid materials like Steel to generate a uniform magnetic field. It acts as an electromagnet, when electric current passes through it. It is also used to control the motion of objects such as control ... Read More »

Air Circuit Breaker (ACB): Construction, Operation, Types and Uses

Delixi Air Circuit Breaker External labels (Rated Current and Voltage = 1kA, 415V)

Air Circuit Breaker (ACB): Construction, Operation, Types and Applications  Circuit Breaker A circuit breaker is a device, which can Make or Break a circuit manually or by remote control under normal conditions Break a Circuit automatically under fault conditions (like over current, Short circuit, etc.) Make a circuit manually or by remote control under fault conditions A circuit breaker is ... Read More »

Fuse and Types of Fuses

Fuse and Types of Fuses

Fuse and Types of Fuses What is a Fuse: The fuse is an electronic device, which is used to protect circuits from over current, overload and make sure the protection of the circuit. There are many types of fuses available in the market, but function of all these fuses is same. Fuse consists of a low resistance metallic wire enclosed ... Read More »