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Hi all, Hoping for a little advice. I work in the Asbestos industry and we manufacture mobile decontamination units we follow the HSE 247 that...
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Hi All I hope this topic makes sense for this forum and somebody can help me to understand. This is what I understand (please allow numerical...
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Hi Guys I recently started the HNC in electrical and electronic engineering in online learning through teeside university. Im hoping someone on...
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Hi, morning EF. I was looking at a single phase motor yesterday attached to hydraulic pump for cardboard bailing machine that seems to be...
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Hello. I know its probably a long shot but i have this part [from a roberts radio] and the middle component got burned. anyone knows if said board...
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What happens if we switch only certain vectors of Space Vector PWM(SVPWM). For e.g. V1, V3 and V5?
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Has anyone in here done HNC Engineering design module?
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I'm trying to find a simple way to answer some stress related questions in regards to MV termination to apprentices not engineers...this is what I...
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Hello guys, I have 10W solar panel, a 7000 mah battery and 10A charge controller. there is 7 hours of light a day i have 3W little camera which...
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I wasn't quite sure where to post this random question, but I'm fairly sure that some of the geniuses on this forum will have some ideas. I'm...
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Hello everyone I am programming L&T make WL4000 energy meter. When I change the CT Primary to 400 the LED K is on meaning the meter reads in kWh...
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Hello, I have a question regarding modelling on Trimble. If we have an MCCB that has LSI protection but has a separate earth fault relay can this...
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at first glance i thought it was volcanized rubber but it is tough like PVC and the sheath is much bigger than the cores they are loose inside
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Need to build a replacement panel controlling controlling site entrance barrier, goes up in morning down at night. Not done many panels but have...
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What is the benefit of connecting a sync gen in either star or delta? I’m trying to get my head round both methods. Do most stand by generators...
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To avoid distracting another thread... @Julie helpfully said that an RCD can be used with an IT system to achieve disconnection after the second...
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Hello, With regards to Trimble software for bs7671 cable sizing. I understand that a three phase circuit (No neutral) is one circuit and this can...
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Greetings everyone I work at a company that sells chargers for electric vehicles and I’m working on the electrical projects. The chargers I work...
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Hello, Does anyone know if Trimble can be used for cable calculations for equipment with an IT earthing system? If not could you please point me...
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Few days ago, I bought a solar panel. It's rating was 6v and 450 mA. But when I measured with my multimeter, It shows around 5.25v to 5.85v and...
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My wife is a painter and I am looking for contemporary picture light that looks great when lit with a warm bulb for soft lighting. Found some...
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My first post after extensive Googling. I'm qualified as an elctronics engineer (retired) Posting this question here in hopes that an enquiring...
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I"m a student learning motor controls and created a challenge for myself but am stuck. Here is the challenge: Challenge 1 A) Using a blower...
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I am building an alternator of my own. I have found that by putting 6 points around my magnets crates an insanely larger amount of electricity...
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So, for a bit of completely pointless fun really, does this antique looking item that was acquired entirely for novelty/aesthetics value work...
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This is for my speech. Hello my name is Tyson. I am gonna ask you a few questions. What are your thoughts about the job? Is this job challenging...
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I have an interesting job/project coming up - a heritage railway has a Mk3 Sleeper Railway Carriage which they intend to use for volunteer...
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Hi First time poster, I have a 250w solar panel and a 90ah 12v battery. What size regulator / controller do I need please? Is it as simple as...
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Got an emergency call out from a very worried old lady the other night - the power at her apartment had gone off and the kitchen light was...
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Hello everyone ? It's totally confusing for me. It is my understanding that the neutral and the ground busbars should be connected at the main...
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Hello, I am here looking to ask some electrical engineers some questions and I am wondering if anyone is interested in answering them for my paper?
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Hi, I am trying to make a short pulse generator from any pulse input. By this I mean I want a final output with a fixed pulse width no matter...
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Hi guys looking for some guidance ,i am assisting with the renovation of an old building that contains a commercial kitchen and restaurant the...
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Hi, All I have a megger LTW325 and fluke 1664FC to measure loop impedance by using high current mode. But both results are quite different...
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Hi, With regards to installation methods on Amtech, I have a question regarding cable ducts. I believe amtech assumes cable ducts buried in soil...
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On a recent EICR i have measured 0.589 MegOhms (@250 volts) on the relatively old lighting circuit (red/black PVC wiring) , i have replaced both...
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trying to design a circuit where in one moment (T=1) a RF signal is sent through one antenna (A1) and multiple other antennas (A2-A8) receive this...
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Dear Members, My name is Abdulhakim am from kenya, i work with an electrical company by name Link-up Power Engineers dealing with industrial...
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I just finished the NFPA70E 2021 online training. As far as I understand it the NFPA 70E is OSHA compliant but, I feel like the guidance between...
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I did a VLF and IR test on my 33kv cable and IR resulted between 80 to 100Mega Ohms on all the phases and VLF between 0.270 to 0.470mA is the cable ok
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