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Power supply with digital indication of voltage and current, 220/0-30 volts 5 amperes

Section Power supplies. The described power supply is designed for use in an amateur radio laboratory. Despite the fact that many circuits of such devices were printed in amateur radio literature, this power supply is not picky about specialized microcircuits and imported elements. At present, the issue of acquiring chips is still relevant, and in some regions it is problematic to get them. This power supply is an upgrade to the power supply described in ( II ). The power supply is assembled only from available parts ... >>

The principle of operation of the metal detector

Section Metal detectors. The dynamic mode of operation provides for the continuous movement of the search head (coil). The reaction of the device will be observed only when the head is passed over the metal. If the head is stopped over an object, the reaction will disappear. Static mode of operation is a mode in which the response of the device will be maintained while the head is above the object. It doesn't matter if it moves or not. Pseudo-static mode of operation - dynamic mode with very slow threshold adjustment. That is, if the head is held over an object for a long time, the device will adjust to this object and the reaction will disappear. When the head moves away from the object, a reverse adjustment of the same duration will begin. In computerized devices, the microprocessor controls the threshold adjustment processes, so the adjustment speeds when approaching and moving away from the object can be different. ... >>

Another power supply for the Chizhevsky chandelier

Section Electronics in medicine. Most devices designed to produce high voltage that feeds the Chizhevsky Chandelier can be divided into transistor voltage inverters and trinistor (and sometimes thyristor, since they use varieties of this group: dinistors, trinistors, triacs) pulse converters. The disadvantage of the former is the need to lower and rectify the mains voltage, which increases both the cost and the dimensions of the device. Trinistor devices [1 - 3] are relatively simple, which is the main argument in their favor. As a rule, trinistor devices operate on the principle of a half-wave arrester (Fig. 1) ... >>

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