Benchtop Power Supply for Optimal Performance
Power supply plays an essential role in Electronics engineering areas. It serves as the source of power in a circuit, providing stable and reliable voltage and current for the […]
What is LED? Lean about difference to OLED and LD.
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are a type of semiconductor. LED was discovered in 1907, and red, orange, and yellow-green LEDs have been in practical use since 1950s and were[…]
Fuel Cell Basis and Benefits
Fuel cells generate electricity through an electrochemical reaction known as reverse electrolysis. A fuel cell is a device that generates electricity directly from a […]
Dielectrics vs. Insulators
Polymers, plastics, and electric wire's polyvinyl chloride are called "insulators" that do not conduct electricity. "Dielectric" is a form of insulator which is sandwiched bet[…]
Non-Destructive Testing: Types and Applications
Non-destructive testing is an effective technique that allows inspectors to collect data on a product without damaging it. It is used to examine defects and deterioration[…]
X-Ray Computed Tomography (CT) Basics: Learn more about CT technique.
X-ray computed tomography is a powerful non-destructive testing technique using the X-ray to obtain two-dimensional and three-dimensional images. The X-ray computed tomogra[…]
Correct Connction; To Get Good Performance of Power Supply
Electricity supplied from standard electrical outlets is alternating current (AC) and contains noise including momentary voltage drops and harmonics. There is restriction on[…]
What is a Power Supply? Power Supply Types and Uses
Power supplies generally refer to generators, power plants, batteries, and solar cell (photovoltaic cell). This section describes the basic knowledge of power supply units ([…]
All about Next-Generation Energy "Hydrogen"
We will introduce "hydrogen", which is the next generation energy to realize carbon neutrality. There are three types of hydrogen, "green hydrogen", "blue hydrogen", and "g[…]
What is a transformer?
A transformer transfers electrical energy from one alternating-current (AC) circuit to one or more circuits. It is used to change voltages. Specifically, a transformer that […]