A previous article mentions various electrical units used in troubleshooting techniques. This article expands on those and discusses some additional units that engineers may need to know.
May 12, 2021 by David Peterson
Within an industrial setting, noise from EMI can create huge problems. For large load devices using many amps of current, small electrical noise may not be too critical. But when it comes to low-voltage and low-current communication wires, just a small amount of voltage finding its way onto a wire can corrupt data transmissions. Shielded cables can help to protect against that problem.
May 24, 2020 by David Peterson
In today’s’ world, a lot of connections are going wireless. But that signal has to start somewhere, and it’s likely to start on a wire. That wire has to connect to other hardware, like antennas, transducers, and computers to name just a few.
May 07, 2020 by Joseph McAbee