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Low-pass in Warsaw/Poland


I received from You many requests about my cockpit measurement. I promise, I will prepare some publication soon.

Now is the time of “home flight” – low-pass in EPWA… 14 more words


Important Characteristics of Printed Circuit Boards and Their Functional Superiority

A standard Printed Circuit Board contains a large number of active and passive components which are collectively connected through the traces available on the board. 383 more words


In-Circuit Testing Vs Functional Testing – Which should you use?

When it comes to testing your PCB’s, you should be always cautious of what method of testing to choose. In-Circuit and Functional testing are the two most common, but which is for you? 409 more words

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“By making the majority of its products in-house in the US (Mexico, and Belgium through which 25 per cent of European business – which in turn comprises 35-40 per cent of the company’s revenue passes) Crestron is able to build technologically complex devices in small volumes. 43 more words

Pick and Hold PWM Modules are adjustable and reprogrammable.

“These off-the-Shelf PWM “Pick & Hold” modules operate on a single supply voltage from +9 VDC to +50 VDC. “Holding” current is 4 Amps RMS with a peak or “Pick” current of 15 Amps for high force and/or acceleration. 18 more words

Etching PCBs With A 3D Printer

There are dozens of circuit board printers out there that lay down traces of conductive ink and ask you to glue down components to a fragile circuit board. 213 more words

3d Printer Hacks