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  • 1Voltage regulator — A popular three pin 12 V DC voltage regulator IC. A voltage regulator is an electrical regulator designed to automatically maintain a constant voltage level. A voltage regulator may be a simple feed forward design or may include negative feedback …

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  • 2Voltage doubler — A voltage doubler is an electronic circuit which charges capacitors from the input voltage and switches these charges in such a way that, in the ideal case, exactly twice the voltage is produced at the output as at its input. The simplest of… …

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  • 3Voltage multiplier — Villard cascade voltage multiplier. A voltage multiplier is an electrical circuit that converts AC electrical power from a lower voltage to a higher DC voltage, typically by means of a network of capacitors and diodes. Voltage multipliers can be… …

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  • 4Switching amplifier — A switching amplifier or class D amplifier is an electronic amplifier which, in contrast to the active resistance used in linear mode AB class amplifiers, uses switching mode of transistor to regulate power delivery. The amplifier, therefore,… …

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  • 5voltage regulator — Elect. a device that controls or maintains the voltage of an electrical circuit. Abbr.: VR [1910 15] * * * ▪ electronics       any electrical or electronic device that maintains the voltage of a power source within acceptable limits. The voltage… …

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  • 6High-voltage direct current — HVDC or high voltage, direct current electric power transmission systems contrast with the more common alternating current systems as a means for the bulk transmission of electrical power. The modern form of HVDC transmission uses technology… …

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  • 7High voltage switchgear — is any switchgear used to connect or disconnect a part of a high voltage power system. These switchgear are essential elements for the protection and safe operation, without interruption, of a high voltage power system. This type of equipment is… …

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  • 8Dynamic voltage scaling — is a power management technique in computer architecture, where the voltage used in a component is increased or decreased, depending upon circumstances. Dynamic voltage scaling to increase voltage is known as overvolting; dynamic voltage scaling… …

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  • 9Orders of magnitude (voltage) — To help compare different orders of magnitude, the following list describes various voltage levels. Factor (volt) Value Item 10−7 0.5 μV Change in nerve cell potential caused by opening a single acetylcholine receptor channel[1] 10−6 2 μV Noise… …

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  • 10Transient voltage suppression diode — A transient voltage suppression (TVS) diode is an electronic component used to protect sensitive electronics from voltage spikes induced on connected wires. It is also commonly referred to as a transorb, after the brand name TranZorb registered… …

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  • 11Deep-sub-voltage nanoelectronics — are integrated circuits (ICs) operating near theoretical limits of energy consumption per unit of processing. These devices are intended to address the needs of applications such as wireless sensor networks which have dramatically different… …

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  • 12Zero Voltage Switching — Als Zero Voltage Switching (ZVS) bezeichnet man das spannungslose Schalten von Schalttransistoren in elektronischen Schaltungen. Zum Einsatz kommen die mit antiparalleler Diode und Parallelkondensator beschalteten Transistoren vor allem in… …

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  • 13Switch — For other uses, see Switch (disambiguation). Electrical switches. Top, left to right: circuit breaker, mercury switch, wafer switch, DIP switch, surface mount switch, reed switch. Bottom, left to right: wall switch (U.S. style), miniature toggle… …

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  • 14Pulse-width modulation — (PWM) of a signal or power source involves the modulation of its duty cycle, to either convey information over a communications channel or control the amount of power sent to a load. PrinciplePulse width modulation uses a square wave whose pulse… …

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  • 15liquid crystal display — n. LCD * * * ▪ electronics Introduction       electronic display device that operates by applying a varying electric voltage to a layer of liquid crystal, thereby inducing changes in its optical properties. LCDs are commonly used for portable… …

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  • 16Low-power electronics — means that the consumption of electric power is deliberately low, e.g. notebook processors. Electronics The density and speed of integrated circuit computing elements has increased roughly exponentially for a period of several decades, following… …

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  • 17ГОСТ Р 54130-2010: Качество электрической энергии. Термины и определения — Терминология ГОСТ Р 54130 2010: Качество электрической энергии. Термины и определения оригинал документа: Amplitude die schnelle VergroRerung der Spannung 87 Определения термина из разных документов: Amplitude die schnelle VergroRerung der… …

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  • 18Eye-Fi — is a 2GB SD card that has Wi Fi capabilities.It can upload JPEG photos from the camera to photo sharing sites such as Flickr, Facebook, and PhotoBucket.The Eye Fi Card is a wireless memory card. It automatically uploads pictures from your digital …

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  • 19transistor — noun a) a solid state semiconductor device, with three terminals, which can be used for amplification, switching, voltage stabilization, signal modulation, and many other functions …

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  • 20коммутационное напряжение — напряжение переключения — [Я.Н.Лугинский, М.С.Фези Жилинская, Ю.С.Кабиров. Англо русский словарь по электротехнике и электроэнергетике, Москва, 1999 г.] Тематики электротехника, основные понятия Синонимы напряжение переключения EN switching …

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