Ceramic materials are highly suitable for electrical insulation. This field covers a wide range of applications, from fuses, household appliances to heating elements. No other material group combines the properties of a high degree of heat resistance and electrical insulation as well as ceramics....
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- Q:What are the common electrical components of your everyday residential A/C system? i.e. switch, relay, etc.?
- There are two sides to the average home A/C unit. You have the evaporator side or indoor blower and the condenser side outdoor unit. On a close of the thermostat 24v from r to y (G) the indoor fan relay closes(24v GC). Allowing 110v to the indoor blower. The 24v signal also travels to the condensing unit (YC). If equipped with low and/or high pressure switches and they are closed 24v will be supplied to the cooling contactor. When the cooling contactor coil is powered 220v will pass through the contactor to the compressor and condenser fan (Condenser fan sometimes have fan cycling controls). Both compressor and condenser fans have capacitors. Indoor blower motor typically 110v supplied to indoor unit through breaker Outdoor unit typically 220v supplied through separate breaker. Indoor unit transformer takes 110v and down steps to 24v for control power. (Sometimes internally fused) Typical 24v wiring C- Common leg of 24v R- Red supply side of 24v W- Heat Y- Cooling G- Indoor Fan
- Q:Why do I have a parasitic draw from a 2006 Jeep Commander?
- Because many of the modern electronics that run the engine, the radio, the car alarm, and a lot of accessories all need a small amount of current to keep settings stored in their chips. All your radio stations, engine errors record and some other settings you've made or the car has made would disappear without these current draws. I do suspect that your car alarm is the main culprit, probably drawing nearly a half an Amp when it's on for the sensing circuits and monitor circuit. I wouldn't worry about an amp to an amp and a half. Most modern lead acid batteries carry a cold cranking amp rating of hundreds of amps. If you are having trouble starting in cold weather or after the vehicle sets for a few days, better to investigate the condition of the battery, cables, terminals and alternator than worry about less than an amp draw. It's just a sign of the times, everything needs juice. I hope this helps you understand what's happening a bit better.
- Q:hi i want profile of fuse industry?
- there is no fuse industry - fuses are a very small piece of electronic components market
- Q:How to install interior neons to a fuse?
- Well, what I would do in your situation is take out a fuse that turns off with the car (ie: radio, window regulator). You can use a add-a-fuse attachment that splices into the wire to connect the positive end, or simply take the positive end (heavily stripped and primed of course), wrap it around one of the metal pieces of the fuse and shove it back in. Then simply ground it to nut or bolt nearby. You might have to repeat this on a couple of different fuses, because this probably won't fit with two wires coming out of one fuse. Then all you have to do is worry about concealing the power wire, but this will be no problem.
- Q:wiring short or failed component?
- If the an aftermarket radio was installed, the wiring may of been done using just electircal tape, as some fly-by-night people do. Over time the wires may become loose, and hit a ground. Take the radio out and look to see.
- Q:Car Battery Positive Output is at what volt? (AC/DC)?
- AC 12 v probably does not exist. ac is household power source. DC 12v is car battery output, you can take power for a limited period from your car battery. depending on the amperage needed (drain on power) and condition of battery you can expect an hour for a colour t.v. to 12hrs for a radio or medium torch. at this point you will need to recharge, it is important not to completely flatten the battery, unlike ni-cads this is harmful to car batteries, you will get better results from a proper leisure battery, as used in caravans/motor homes
- Q:Need help in recognizing power pole types and its components.?
- Most of these are insulators. A, D, E G are pin or post insulators B, C F are suspension insulators. The items circled in magenta on F and in yellow on G are fused disconnect switches.
- Q:Where is a 2003 Mazda6 Fuel Pump Fuse and Relay Located?
- It is in the fuse box by the drivers left foot. you have to pull the fuse panel off and then the panel that it attaches to. In my car it was the black relay in the front of the fuse box. It isn't marked on the inside of the fuse panel.
- Q:What would happen if you installed a car battery in backwards?
- I also changed my battery in the dark. Bad idea, was in a hurry to get it done. Bought a battery off a mechanic for my 2001 Honda Civic and assumed it was the right one. It wasn't the polarity were reversed. I couldn't see the + and - because it was too dark. I watched the positive cable spark for about 10 seconds then pulled it off realizing what I had done. Fortunately the main 80amp fuse in the engine compartment fried and that's where the damage ended. Bought a new fuse and the right battery and changed it in the daytime. I guess it depends on what kind of vehicle you have because I didn't fry anything.
- Q:What happens when an electrical component becomes 'shot'?
- The term shot as some engineers say, is used to describe a something that is malfunctioning or damaged to the point where it no longer works. Eg; The radiator on the car is shot, or the fuses are shot, Its not a technical term, rather slang. If you want to follow the correct wording, the part shold be called failed or defective rather than shot, as it conveys a cheap laid back worker (cowboy) rather than a qualified engineer.
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