1) Used for electric table, make it lift or down
2) 350mm stroke
3) 12V or 24V DC
4) CE, RoHS
Specifications of FY018B Table Lifts:
Name: Table Lifts
Input Voltage: 12V or 24V DC
Max Load Capacity: 3000N (300kgs)
Speed: 4mm/s (3000N)
Standard Stroke: 350mm
Limit Switches: Inner
Type of duty: S2-10min
Operation Temperature: -26 Centigrade ~ 65 Centigrade
Protection Class: IP43
- Q:Which would be better civil or electrical engineering considering that i like physics so much?
- Q:what is provision and use of work equipment regulations .?? HELP :)?
- safety features of equipment. electrical connexion. must be earthed so no fires can occur or minimise. equipment must be checked every 6 to 9 mths for any electrical fault. etc
- Q:Hp photosmart powercable has plastic notch on it, can it be shaven off and still work?
- It's hard to say. Electrical equipment and parts are made for a specific reasons. Now, if you modify the power cable, it's possible that it may work. But, then again, there is also the possibility that it could do more damage than good. It will totally be your call.
- Q:what dose watt indication of electrical equipments means?
- a watt is how much power an electrical Appliance will draw. current x voltage will give you what power is required. e.g. if ur appliance runs at 230v and is rated for 10amps then it will be rated at 2300watts. This is what electric companies use to see how much to charge you as they will charge by the KWatt per hour. 1 watt 1 joule per second
- Q:What happens when you have reverse electrical polarity?
- It depends on the details of how you mis-wired the batteries and what equipment you tried to run with the batteries mis-wired. Many devices have some built-in protection against reverse polarity, so there might not be any damage at all. If you mis-wired between the batteries, you could have damaged the batteries. If you wired them so that they were in series, you doubled the voltage on things that were connected. Light bulbs, starter motor/coil in the boat motor, electric motors will probably survive a short time in that configuration, but their lifetime is probably shorter now.
- Q:Any problem if I buy a flat above the building equipment room (with big electrical/electric devices)?
- Depends on the devices, I lived below a cell tower (literally 1m over head, installed on the top of my building). After doing as much research as I could on it, I found that no one really knows for certain the effects of radio waves on humans. If your major concern is just large voltage electricals, the greatest risks are fire, a small magnetic field might interfere with your devices occasionally, and constant low hum.
- Q:Does electrical engineer involve with cs?
- TAKE MY ADVICE, THIS FIELD IS NOT FOR GIRL. TAKE THE MEDICAL FIELD IS MUCH BETTER FOR HER.
- Q:Is it bad practice to disconnect a line with current still running through it?
- That is a dumb electrical question ! As you turn any switch into OFF position, it is disconnect a line with current still running through it as you quoted in your question.
- Q:Are electrical systems on spacecraft grounded?
- In electrical engineering, earthing or grounding means literally to make an electrical connection between the ground and a metal part. In practice this is usually done by connecting to the ground pin of an electrical socket, which is itself connected to ground. In permanent installations it can also be done by wiring to a piece of grounded metal, most often a water pipe. The main reason for doing this is safety. If a live wire touches a metal part such as the casing of a washing machine, it will become live or hot. If you were to touch it you would get an electric shock. By grounding the metal part, if a live wire touches it the current will flow through the metal part to the ground. This will usually cause a fuse to blow or a circuit breaker to trip, thereby isolating the supply and protecting the user. Despite what a previous answerer said, the ground is not part of the circuit of the electrical supply to your house. A separate conductor, the neutral, serves that purpose. Current only flows into the ground during a fault condition like the one I described above. In electronics, the term ground is often used to mean a part of the circuit which has zero volts on it, and may be used as a return path for electric currents in the circuit and/or a screen against electromagnetic interference. For instance, an electronic engineer may say that a part of the circuit is at 5 volts above ground.
- Q:electrical engineering interview for city water district?
- The water district is a public utility. If they did not need someone with your skills, they would not have asked you for an interview. They use a lot of pumps, motors, and other electrical equipment. good luck with your interview.
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