## XOR Logic Gate

XOR logic gate

In digital electronics there are special gates. One of them is the XOR logic gate or exclusive OR gate. Equivalent XOR Logic Gate using common logic gates

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## Half Wave Voltage Doubler

Half Wave Voltage Doubler

Voltage doublers produce twice as much DC voltage as a common rectifier could produce. The advantage of the Half Wave voltage doubler is that it has a line, which is common to the input and output

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## SBS – Silicon Bidirectional Switch

The SBS – Silicon Bidirectional Switch is a symmetrical low power device used on trigger applications. The SBS is more versatile than the SIDAC.

It also has an additional terminal, which allows you to modify its trigger characteristics with small pulses of current.

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## Transformer transformation ratio

The transformer transformation ratio or transformer turns ratio (K) is the quotient value obtained by dividing the number of turns of the primary winding (N1) and the number of turns of the secondary winding (N2). Then K = N1/N2

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## Parallel RC circuit

In a parallel RC circuit:

– The value of the voltage is the same on the capacitor and resistor.

– The value of the current delivered by the voltage source, is divided between the resistor and capacitor.

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## Series RC circuit

The series RC circuit. In a series RC circuit,

The current through the resistor and the capacitor is the same. The voltage VS is equal to the phasor addition of the voltage drop across the resistor (Vr) and the voltage drop across the capacitor (Vc).

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## Energy and Electric power

Energy and Electric power.

Power is the speed at which work is done.

Electric power is the multiplication of the current (amps) by the voltage (volts). P = I x V.

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## Types of Cells / Batteries

Types of cells / batteries.

– Primary batteries (non-rechargeable): Dry, mercury, alkaline.

Cells or Batteries interconnection

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## How does a battery work?

How does a battery work?

The electric current is a flow of electrons that flow through a conductor cable. Electrons are negatively charged, and like two magnets that we want to put together, negative side with negative side or positive side with positive side, they repel.

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## Step Response of RL Circuits

Step Response of RL Circuits When a constant voltage is suddenly applied to an RL circuit, an increasing a current goes through the conductor and creates a magnetic field that expands with the increasing current. This current will reach a maximum value, and the magnetic field stop expanding. The expanding magnetic field induces a Counter-Electromotive Force […]

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