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It looks to me like a reed switch (I can't be really sure though because the image is not clear enough). A reed switch is an electrical switch operated (usually) by an applied magnetic field. A common example of a reed switch application is to detect the opening of a door or windows, when used as a proximity switch for a security alarm.


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Each channel can be set to be triggered high or low. See User Manual


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The issue is certainly NOT that the chassis ground is at -100V, it's absurd. The chassis ground by definition is at equal potential for power supply and load, you can treat it like one big wire that's large enough to take all the current you could throw into it. If you put a voltmeter between a car's chassis & earth, I promise it will never read -12V. ...


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You will need more than a 220V:12V transformer. Fullwave bridge rectifier output: $$ V_{DC} = 0.637\ V_{MAX} = 0.9\ V_{RMS}$$ This is the generic formula (textbooks), which gives you 10.8V. Higher current may cause < 10.8V. Lower current > 10.8V. As in: the actual voltage depends on the load current. From Full Wave Rectifier. The peak voltage of a ...


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Try using a replacing a 9V VDC voltage source with a VAC voltage source. Pay attention to the frequency of the VAC voltage source. This should address the issue. With regard to determining the time value for a particular voltage, review PROTEUS DESIGN SUITE Getting Started Guide. In the section VSM tutorial (Graphs) read around page 230. You might have ...


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The linear actuators can be many things. A solenoid coil (like you said) a worm gear with a rack a slider and crank mechanism etc. Regarding the solution, think of the two pins connected on the same structure, and its the structure that moves back and forth. As the structure moves both pins move simultaneously. When I say structure, you could imagine a ...


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Just use 2 separate supplies (with appropriate current ratings). Or a 12V supply and a buck regulator. There are power supplies with 2 outputs, but they are generally designed for a specific purpose, eg. PC power supplies which can provide 12V and 5V. I am not aware of any common dual supply that provides 12V and 6V.


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It is not about density as such. It is about potential or electric field. There is an electric field which applies a force on the electrons from the negative pole to the positive. When connected to ground, at steady state there is no field forcing the electrons from the negative towards the ground. Alternately, to use the potential analogy, electrons at the ...


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So you want the power to the modem ie 12V * 1A = 12W Then if you divide the power needed by the modem by the 5V of the powerbank you get: 12W / 5V = 2.4A Now figure that the converter will also use / loose some power so you need a powerbank that supplies a minimum of 3A. Which means that the powerbank you have is not large enough.


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As far my knowledge a dynamo is a motor which provides electricity when the rotor shaft is rotated. A dynamo will give DC output. An alternator will give AC output. If I connect multiple dynamos in a single shaft will I get more current? Yes, if the mechanical drive continues to run at the same speed. Adding electrical load will add mechanical load to ...


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You have a chance. This might work as a temporary solution. Figure 1. Switching DLRs off with an NO when headlights are on. How it works: When the ignition is on and the headlights are off the headlamps will provide a low enough resistance to allow the RLY to pick up. The normally open (NC) contact will close and the DLRs will turn on. When the headlamps ...


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AHh the battery problems of devices and the plug in myths. So to get past this on the get go, modern electronics using fancy chemistries monitor the voltages of the batteries being charged. Once they are charged to their ideal values, the electronics turn off the charging entirely, or drastically reduce it. (trickling is often not in use either, ofc this ...


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The aux contacts are normally closed ... This is unlikely. I suggest that they are normally open and close before the main contacts do. You haven't provided a link for the MR PQM 500 system but I suspect that it is a capacitor bank with a controller which switches the contactors to switch in capacitance as required to bring the power factor closer to unity....


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This response is based on RX130 Capacitive touch development board as shown below IDE: e2Stuido v7.5 and above Toolchain: Renesas RXC toolchain Board: RX130 Capacitive touch development board MCU: RX130 R5F5130ADFN Debugger: E1 The steps below are to help setup the RX130 Set up clocks HOCO Clock and VCC to 5.0 make sure other clocks a deselected ...


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