Types of X-ray tubes and high-voltage power supplies
X-ray tubes come in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit different applications, and there are also a variety of high[…]
How diodes work and what they are used for! What kind of situations are they used in?
A diode is an electronic component that directs the flow of electricity in one direction. They are called "acti[…]
What to do if you get electrocuted? What to do in case of electric shock(electrical injury) and how to handle high voltage
Electric shock (electrical injury) is when an electric current flows through the human body and causes a shock.[…]
What is an inductor (coil)? Explaining Its Principle and Role
Inductors are called passive components, the same as resistors (R) and capacitors (C), and are electronic compon[…]
What is a power inverter? (Basic knowledge) How does it work and what is it used for?
The term "inverter" basically refers to a circuit that converts DC current into AC current (power inverter ci[…]
Guide to Using a Multimeter (Electrical Testers) - Learn How to Measure Electrical Equipment Correctly
A multimeter, also known as a electrical testers, circuit meter, or circuit multimeter, is a convenient measu[…]
What is a piezoelectric device? What happens when pressure is applied?
Some dielectrics, such as quartz and tourmaline, have a phenomenon called the piezoelectric effect, in whic[…]
What is surface treatment? Explaining the main types and the role of power supply
Surface treatment is an additional process applied to the surface of a material for the purpose of adding f[…]
Explaining the effects of radiation on the human body and the safety of X-ray equipment
Radiation is a general term for alpha, beta, and gamma rays generated by the decay of radioactive isotope[…]
What is the difference between radioactivity, radiation, and radioactive materials?
Many of us have heard the words radioactivity, radiation, and X-rays before. Perhaps you may have a somew[…]