Tag: electrical

How To Solder – DIY, Cars, Electronics, Boats, Solar, …

There are a lot of projects that require some basic soldering skills. Joining of wires and such. Including things like working on electronics, cars, boats, boat trailers, solar projects…. where you want a good, low resistance connection. Water proof, mechanically strong. Other things include drip systems and low voltage yard lighting. Soldering is not difficult. […]

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Nosebleed Control by Cauterization (Silver Nitrate and Electrical)

Nosebleeds are a common problem for which patients get seen by an ear nose and throat doctor. In this particular patient, she has been having recurrent nosebleeds several times a week for the past few months. The nose is carefully examined to find a source of the nosebleed. In some patients, there is a vascular […]

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High Voltage Switchgear – Methode Power Solutions | Methode Electronics

(gentle electronic music) – [Voiceover] Methode Electronics introduces our high performance, high voltage, fast close switchgear technology, developed for demanding high voltage, high current applications where nothing can be left to chance. With Methode patented technology at its core, our switchgear offers high performance, function, and durability, while remaining smaller, lighter, and offering greater flexibility […]

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Guide to Common Automotive Electrical Connections | Hagerty DIY

– Hi, I’m Matt Lewis with Hagerty and today’s DIY we’re gonna talk about different ways to connect wires and why you would use them. So for today’s demonstration I’m going to introduce you to some of my favorite tools. This one right here, our wire strippers, auto strippers. And these, this is a nice […]

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What’s a Watt? | Basic Electrical Terms Explained

Does it seem to you like electricians speak their own language? Between GFCIs, breakers, watts, and amps, and circuits it’s hard to know what the heck they are talking about. So let’s take a minute to explain some of the more common electrical terms so you know what’s going on in your house. First, you […]

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Electrical and Computer Engineering – University of Alabama College of Engineering

Electrical and computer engineering majors explore the ins and outs of communications systems, computers, electronics, microelectronics, and signal processing and power systems. In high school I really enjoyed my math and science classes, really enjoyed computers and robotics. And when I came to visit campus, and I came to visit the department, I saw some […]

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Marine Electrical System Design | Mareleng Lighting & Electrical

Mareleng offers unparalleled electrical system design and project management to cruise lines and offshore marine clients. We install marine lighting and technical systems, as well as upgrade and repair existing ones from offshore power connectivity and auxillary power redundancy systems to IT communications and full-fledged entertainment systems, specifically fit to please cruise line passengers. Sending […]

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Leer Electric, Inc.— Commercial Electrical Services

Leer Electric, Inc. provides a full range of commercial electrical services. With over 40 years in the electric industry, we know the best technology and software to bring your electrical design from concept to installation. Our services include CAD design, design-build projects, pre-project planning, value design services, electrical audits, utility service coordination, quality and safety […]

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The Pain of Electricity (AC versus DC)

Hi. One of the common questions is that: what kind of electricity hurts more? AC (alternating current) or DC (direct current)? So, I’m going to measure the electricity pain level on a human’s body, which is myself. But first, let’s measure the resistance of the skin on tongue and fingers for reference. So first, let’s […]

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