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 pdf fileNavy Electricity and Electronics Training Series
The Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series (NEETS) was developed for use by personnel in many electrical- and electronic-related Navy ratings. Written by, and with the advice of, senior technicians in these ratings, this series provides beginners with fundamental electrical and electronic concepts through self-study. The presentation of this series is not oriented to any specific rating structure, but is divided into modules containing related information organized into traditional paths of instruction.

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 pdf fileBASIC ELECTRONICS
INTRODUCTION. We are living in an age of Information Technology. Electronics is at the very foundation of the. Information and Computer Age. ...

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 pdf fileThe OP AMP
The OP AMP Amplifiers, in general, taking as input, one or more electrical signals, and produce as output, one or more variations of these signals. The most common use of an amplifier is to accept a small electrical signal and increase the voltage or power, for example the amplifiers inside of a stereo. OP AMP’s ( Operational Amplifiers) are a fundamental building block for handling analog electrical signals. Typically an OP AMP has two inputs called “+” and “-,” ( or VIN+ and VIN-) and a single output. The output depends only on the difference of the voltage on the two inputs. If the difference of the two input voltages is VIN , the output voltage is VOut, then VOut = VIN GV. This defines the (voltage) gain, GV.

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 pdf fileSingle-Supply Op Amp Design Techniques
Single Supply versus Dual Supply, When op amps are powered from dual supplies (see Figure 4–1), the supplies are normally equal in magnitude, opposing in polarity, and the center tap of the supplies is connected to ground. Any input sources connected to ground are automatically referenced to the center of the supply voltage, so the output voltage is automatically referenced to ground.

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 pdf fileDigital Power Metering and Industrial Data Communication for Meter Systems
To successfully apply power metering and interpret the results, one must be intimately familiar with the characteristics of electric energy flow. The electricity characteristics are closely related to the measurement instruments available. The instruments and sensors, in turn, become the limiting factor in the accuracy of the numeric results reported. Even simple meters, today, include a microprocessor. Thus, the results reported include sensor limitations, microprocessor limitations and software limitations. After a measurement is made it must be placed in context for analysis purposes. To create a context, data wiring to a central point, central archiving and display tools improve analysis by several orders of magnitude over a sharp pencil and a clipboard.

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 pdf fileTECHNOLOGY PLC CONCEPTS BASIC ELECTRONICS ELECTRICAL THEORY
ELECTRICAL THEORY/TECHNOLOGY PLC CONCEPTS BASIC ELECTRONICS, This “Study Guide” is designed to provide the electrical troubleshooter with a review of, and the mechanical troubleshooter with an introduction of, basic electrical skills needed for him/her to safely and more efficiently carry out their duties in the plant environment. After successful completion, the troubleshooter can improve their understanding of DC, AC, three phase circuits, Relays, Contactors, PLC, Electronics, and other related technology.

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 pdf filePCB Fabrication Process
Specificationsfor circuitsMax size 8’’X 8’’Min. line width6 mils Min. gap between lines 6 mils Connectorspacing0.5’’Drawing file: Gerber RS-274X , precision2.4 Units are inchesEach layer has to contain text with a minimum height 80 mils and track width 8 mils Cutting marks: 200x200x20 milsOrigin at the lowest left corner of the layout

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 pdf filePOWER ELECTRONICS THE HANDBOOK
The Power Electronics Handbook is designed to provide both the young engineer and the experienced professional with answers to questions involving the wide spectrum of power electronics technology covered in this book. The hope is that the topical coverage, as well as the numerous avenues to its access, will effectively satisfy the reader’s needs.

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 pdf fileBasics of Panelboards Training
Welcome.to.another.course.in.the.STEP.series,.Siemens. Technical.Education.Program,.designed.to.prepare.our. distributors.to.sell.Siemens.Energy.&.Automation.products. more.effectively..This.course.covers.Basics of Panelboards.

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 pdf fileSafety Switches Training
Welcome to another course in the STEP (Siemens Technical Education Program) series, designed to prepare our distributors to sell Siemens Energy & Automation products more effectively This course covers Safety Switches and related products

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