Lug Designation

Started by Jordee in sci.electronics.design4 days ago 9 replies

Gardner Bender Insulated Lug 10-108 Lug 15-108 Both 12-10 AWG Both 5/16 - 3/8" What is the difference ?

Gardner Bender Insulated Lug 10-108 Lug 15-108 Both 12-10 AWG Both 5/16 - 3/8" What is the difference ?


Looking for Ivermection for covid?

Started by Tony Hans in sci.electronics.design5 days ago 9 replies

Face to face deals but most be a client we have dealt before On the menu, we have variety of bud strains/ extracts,vapes, carts,,addies,xanax...

Face to face deals but most be a client we have dealt before On the menu, we have variety of bud strains/ extracts,vapes, carts,,addies,xanax bars,vicodin,80mg Oxy,Valium, Tramadol,Ivermectin,Morphine,Modafinil ,,Cough syrup, Codeine, Lsd and Mdma. We can meet face to face as well as delivery to your doorstep as pizza boy Or Postal service if you are not in my area. We also do internatio...


speaking of substrate diodes...

Started by Anonymous in sci.electronics.design5 days ago 2 replies

leads to this one... https://www.dropbox.com/s/cgaxalnn3hhf315/RRIO_Logamp.jpg?raw=1 where we use the substrate diode of a RRIO opamp as a...

leads to this one... https://www.dropbox.com/s/cgaxalnn3hhf315/RRIO_Logamp.jpg?raw=1 where we use the substrate diode of a RRIO opamp as a logarithmic current-to-voltage converter. There are better ways to do this, but maybe none so cute. -- Father Brown's figure remained quite dark and still; but in that instant he had lost his head. His head was always most valuable whe...


Where to buy tiny test clips?

Started by Klaus Kragelund in sci.electronics.design5 days ago 7 replies

Hi For testing on prototype with small SMD components I normally clip off a leaded pin and solder it on the component I need very small...

Hi For testing on prototype with small SMD components I normally clip off a leaded pin and solder it on the component I need very small clips to attach with small diameter wire to have very little mechanical stress on the components Anyone got a good reference? (sometimes I use enameled copper wire, but it takes longer to set up) Regards Klaus -- Klaus


new spice

Started by John Larkin in sci.electronics.design5 days ago 218 replies

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-engelhardt-a788a822 -- If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end with doubts, but if he will be...

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-engelhardt-a788a822 -- If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end with doubts, but if he will be content to begin with doubts he shall end in certainties. Francis Bacon


FITS box

Started by John Larkin in sci.electronics.design5 days ago 7 replies

https://www.dropbox.com/s/w30gguaelu7538o/Fits_Foam_2.jpg?raw=1 Just took a minute on the band saw. Four FITS boxes will fit in that 3U...

https://www.dropbox.com/s/w30gguaelu7538o/Fits_Foam_2.jpg?raw=1 Just took a minute on the band saw. Four FITS boxes will fit in that 3U tray. Now it just needs a little code. -- If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end with doubts, but if he will be content to begin with doubts he shall end in certainties. Francis Bacon


OT !!! You'll be tired of the harmonica for life after even a few seconds of this one...

Started by Anonymous in sci.electronics.design5 days ago 7 replies

All in the title... Austrian harmonica players. Weird.

All in the title... Austrian harmonica players. Weird.


Corona Update 15, Fetal Cancer Cells, Misleading of Immune System, Extortion

Started by skybuck2000 in sci.electronics.design5 days ago 10 replies

1. The covid-19 pfizer vaccine contains fetal cells. This was suspicious. Information has leaked that these fetal cells (from babies) are...

1. The covid-19 pfizer vaccine contains fetal cells. This was suspicious. Information has leaked that these fetal cells (from babies) are cancer cells that replicate forever. This is cheaper for pfizer than buying new baby cells. This also explains why cancer tests go positive after injections with this vaccine. Some vaccinated have tested positive for real cancer after a few weeks and hav...


Input protection for 3.3V FPGA in a TTL world...

Started by John Robertson in sci.electronics.design6 days ago 37 replies

I am still working with a friend on a TTL level replacement for some chips on a pinball board and we have a nice FPGA (MAX 10 based) but it...

I am still working with a friend on a TTL level replacement for some chips on a pinball board and we have a nice FPGA (MAX 10 based) but it wants (of course) 3.3V I/O. I was thinking that SN74CBT16211C (24 x IO level shifter) and a TVS arrays like the D3V3X8U9LP3810-7 with a low Ohm (1 - 10R) Flame-Proof 1/8W or less resistor on the outside world interface would do for protection. ...


Customer Credit and Late Payment Fees

Started by Rick C in sci.electronics.design6 days ago 34 replies

A customer who is a pain in the ass (a very large company, so they think they can toss around my small company) assured me during negotiations...

A customer who is a pain in the ass (a very large company, so they think they can toss around my small company) assured me during negotiations they would be paying the net 30 invoices in 30 days. Because of the large manufacturing costs the float on the funds is significant. The first of many invoices was not paid in 30 days, but closer to 45 days. On investigation I found the


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