You Need To Know How Forklift Camera Can Ease Your Work Load

Started by Alvira khan in sci.electronics.design1 day ago

A forklift is a strong machine that allows the storage and movement of merchandise and materials safely and economically, assuming the employer...

A forklift is a strong machine that allows the storage and movement of merchandise and materials safely and economically, assuming the employer provides the right equipment and correctly trains its own operators. Every year accidents results are increasing and the result is a loss of life, major injuries, and damages of products. Most forklift accidents are happen because of the for


You Need To Know How Forklift Camera Can Ease Your Work Load

Started by Alvira khan in sci.electronics.design1 day ago 3 replies

A forklift is a strong machine that allows the storage and movement of merchandise and materials safely and economically, assuming the employer...

A forklift is a strong machine that allows the storage and movement of merchandise and materials safely and economically, assuming the employer provides the right equipment and correctly trains its own operators. Every year accidents results are increasing and the result is a loss of life, major injuries, and damages of products. Most forklift accidents are happen because of the for


Navy Railgun Is Kaput

Started by Anonymous in sci.electronics.design1 day ago 150 replies

Some people can't make anything work despite huge amounts of funding, and they spent way more than any...

Some people can't make anything work despite huge amounts of funding, and they spent way more than any $500M. http://www.popularmechanics.com/military/research/a14106941/us-navy-railgun-may-be-dead/


prime counting function I made

Started by Jamie M in sci.electronics.design2 days ago 8 replies

Hi, I made a prime counting function that is quite accurate, take a look if you want! :D Here is the prime counting function: count of...

Hi, I made a prime counting function that is quite accurate, take a look if you want! :D Here is the prime counting function: count of primes = (EulerPhi(Pn(n))/Pn(n)*(prime(n)^2))+n Here are some results for various n, and compared to Mathematica PrimePi function: n=1 a=4 b=3.00001 c=2 d=1.50001 n=2 a=9 b=5.00001 c=4 d=1.25 n=3 a=25 b=9.66668 c=9 d=1.07408 ...


Comments on the "head-in-sand" crowd....

Started by Jim Thompson in sci.electronics.design2 days ago 53 replies

Comments on the "head-in-sand" crowd.... ...Jim Thompson -- | James E.Thompson ...

Comments on the "head-in-sand" crowd.... ...Jim Thompson -- | James E.Thompson | mens | | Analog Innovations | et | | Analog/Mixed-Signal ASIC's an


De-Macro'd Vishay Thermistor Data

Started by Tim Williams in sci.electronics.design2 days ago 4 replies

That "risky click" thread reminded me of something else: Vishay publishes data for all their thermistors ... in an Excel spreadsheet, that's...

That "risky click" thread reminded me of something else: Vishay publishes data for all their thermistors ... in an Excel spreadsheet, that's not actually a spreadsheet, well not just, but mostly a /VBA application/ that runs on top of the spreadsheet. Not even signed. Risky click of the day right there. I don't recommend it. It's terrible. Fortunately it didn't seem to contain malic...


Shady Dell laptop practices

Started by bitrex in sci.electronics.design3 days ago 41 replies

On some of the inexpensive Dell laptops they implement a hardware-lockout system intended to prevent you from using aftermarket charger bricks...

On some of the inexpensive Dell laptops they implement a hardware-lockout system intended to prevent you from using aftermarket charger bricks to charge the battery. The way they do this is there's a chip in the Dell charger that contains a unique identifier which a chip on the laptop mobo requests from it on startup over a one-wire interface. If on boot the BIOS can't confirm that the ...


insult

Started by John Larkin in sci.electronics.design3 days ago 92 replies

I'm designing a weird high-voltage pulse generator and as usual the thermal issues are severe. I got tired of doing the calcs of...

I'm designing a weird high-voltage pulse generator and as usual the thermal issues are severe. I got tired of doing the calcs of thermal resistance and capacitance of various transistor insulators, so I did this one: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hqv9j6qtj98h62i/Insult.zip?dl=0 It seems to work about right. The canned values of dielectric constant and thermal conductivity are sort of the a...


Can passive phase shifters be implemented without a variable delay element?

Started by Joseph Gwinn in sci.electronics.design3 days ago 46 replies

It?s my impression that wideband phase shifters in radar systems are most often implemented as some kind of variable delay line. In one common...

It?s my impression that wideband phase shifters in radar systems are most often implemented as some kind of variable delay line. In one common case, the variable delay is implemented as a binary-length set of switchable delay lines. In another traditional case, the delay element is magnetized ferrite in a waveguide - the speed of propagation in the ferrite varying with magnetic field


The Californica Saga Continues...

Started by Jim Thompson in sci.electronics.design3 days ago 7 replies

The Californica Saga Continues... ...Jim Thompson -- | James E.Thompson ...

The Californica Saga Continues... ...Jim Thompson -- | James E.Thompson | mens | | Analog Innovations | et | | Analog/Mixed-Signal ASIC's and Discrete Systems


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