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Top Ten LOTO Tips

14th November 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Ted Boynton NEBOSH Lockout tagout is a planned safety procedure that disables the energy supply of industrial machinery and equipment whilst servicing, maintenance work or repairs are in progress. The aim of this system is to effecti... Read >
Author: Lockout Tagout

What is a Single Phase Motor?

28th October 2011
A single phase motor is run from a power source with a singular distribution of alternating current electric power. This means that in the power supply, all of the voltages vary in unison. The typical characteristics for electric motors of single phase ar... Read >
Author: John k. Taylor

Inverter welding technology - A beginners to a welder's qualification

03rd October 2011
If you are an amateur then you might believe it is very difficultdaunting to make your selection as to what will be the suitable welder machine for your need. Forward planning will ensure that your planning pays off and that you have the specifc equipment... Read >
Author: JohnSmith

Dell LCD Monitor Troubleshooting – Specific Solutions for Troubleshooting 2 Dell LCD Monitor Issues

04th November 2010
I’ve completed a good deal of Dell LCD Monitor Troubleshooting gigs in the past couple of weeks. Most of the problems were pretty common… Some had what you call the ‘on-and-off’ LED light problem with blank screen. Also there were a couple of issues co... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

LCD Monitor Troubleshooting – Step-By-Step Checklist to Help You Troubleshoot LCD Monitors

04th November 2010
LCD Monitor troubleshooting is real easy for me to do these days. It’s a far cry from last year, when I had a slightly tough time figuring out how to troubleshoot and repair LCD monitors. Prior to that, I did only CRTs repairs which were significantly ... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

SMPS Problems – List of Small Problems and The Biggest Problem for Novice Technicians

01st September 2010
I’ve fixed all kinds of SMPS problems – both minor and major ones. And in all cases, I would isolate the problem as soon as possible. I suggest you do the same. You must be able to identify exactly which section of the SMPS is causing the issue. You’ll... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

ATX SMPS Troubleshooting – Step-By-Step Checklist to Help You Quickly Troubleshoot an ATX SMPS

31st August 2010
ATX Smps troubleshooting is not as hard as it seems. By using a proper check listing system, you can certainly troubleshoot and fix an ATX switch mode power supply without much fuss. Now let me share with you my step-by-step checklist… Oh, and in ca... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

Dyno Torch mechanically powered flashlight

05th March 2010
One of the more popular mechanically powered flashlight designs is the dyno torch. I am not a very big fan of this design and instead prefer the hand crank powered flashlights. Dyno torch flashlights have also been called pocket torches. These flashlights... Read >
Author: Throntium

Ceramic Disc Capacitor - How to Accurately Test It

02nd December 2009
The last article I mentioned about electrolytic capacitor breakdown when under load. In this article I will talk about the high voltage resin coated ceramic disc capacitor. In computer monitor, it is frequent used in the screen voltage (G2) line at the cr... Read >
Author: VineetB

Flyback Transformer-How to Locate the ABL Line

02nd December 2009
Whenever there is a complaint about monitor contrast problem I will check on the flyback transformer ABL (automatic blanking limiter) circuit. Sometimes a weak picture tube might caused contrast problem. If the picture tube is good, I will go st... Read >
Author: VineetB

Understanding Monitor Flyback Transformers Internal Capacitor

01st December 2009
Troubleshooting Monitor flyback transformers is not difficult if you know what is inside the flyback. Normally for a monitor flyback transformer, it consists of the casing, winding, pins, high voltage cable, anode cap, divider, epoxy and a high voltage ... Read >
Author: VineetB

Problem in C5707 Transistor in BenQ T705 LCD Monitor

01st December 2009
This BenQ T705 LCD Monitor has a common fault of display shutdown after few you "On" for few seconds. The cause of the problem was usually a shorted one or two of the C5707 push pull transistors. Besides the shorted transistor, one also has to check t... Read >
Author: VineetB

Can You Really Build a Boat for $50?

30th June 2009
To answer the question if you can build a boat for $50, you have to add some qualifiers. First, you must chose the right boat design if you're planning to build it for $50, then you must select your materials correctly, and finally, you need to use some... Read >
Author: Jeff Spira

Are Tasers and Stun Guns the Same thing?

22nd November 2008
Most people assume that there is no difference between a stun gun and a Taser except for the name. However, there are a few important differences between the two. For one, stun guns do not shoot anything work only on direct contact. The probes located ... Read >
Author: Brain Kernels

Radio Frequency Amplifiers

01st July 2007
There are many similarities between radio frequency amplifiers and audio frequency amplifiers, but there are also many differences. Radio frequency amplifiers perform the same amplifying functions at radio frequencies as do audio frequency amplifiers at a... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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