This video from Cirrus Logic and element14.com provides a basic knowledge of Power Factor Correction (PFC).
For 160 years Corning Incorporated has been synonymous with glass. From the formulation of the first glass envelop (think light bulb) for Thomas Edison, to the invention and commercialization of optical fiber...
In this video, BK Precision demonstrates how to measure component signatures using a digital storage oscilloscope, signal generator, and a solderless breadboard.
Tom O'Haire with Insulcast gives an overview of the company and describes some of its more popular products.
Tom O'Haire with Insulcast describes and demonstrates the company's new INSULGEL 70 CC FR NS epoxy compound.
Michael Weitz, system engineer for automotive applications at Texas Instruments, talks about the general requirements for a Battery Managements System.
A Northrop Grumman video of the Feb 4 first flight of the US Navy's X-47B unmanned combat air system demonstrator from Edwrads AFB, Calif.
This training module takes you through a step by step design example to illustrate how to design using the ZXLD1350 including component selection, design calculations, tips and how to avoid potential problems.
Learn about basic electrical measurements, the characteristics of various sensors, how to use sensors to measure the most common types of electrical and physical quantities, and the signals that they represent.
How much Wh capacity does a typical Alkaline AA battery have? Dave intends to find out with his new Gossen Metrawatt Metrahit Energy multimeter...
Learn about basic electrical measurements, the characteristics of various sensors, how to use sensors to measure the most common types of electrical and physical quantities, and the signals that they represent. Topics include voltage, current, resistance, charge, temperature, strain, position, velocity, acceleration, and sound.
In an unexpected reversal of fortune, NASA's NanoSail-D spacecraft has unfurled a gleaming sheet of space-age fabric 650 km above Earth, becoming the first-ever solar sail to circle our planet. Source: NASA Read More: www.laboratoryequipment.com/News-first-ever-solar-sail-flies-012711.aspx
Video related to research article appearing in Lab on a Chip. A. H. Hirsa et al "Electromagnetic liquid pistons for capillarity-based pumping". Read the article at http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2010/lc/c0LC00397B
Teams of quadrotors autonomously build tower-like cubic structures from modular parts. Work done by Quentin Lindsey, Daniel Mellinger, and Vijay Kumar at the GRASP Lab, University of Pennsylvania.