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Home Automation System
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Home Automation System with their Applications

The process of controlling various operating equipment, machinery, factory operations, etc., automatically (sometimes remotely) using control systems can be termed as automation. Automation is an efficient method to use in every field such...

Three Phase Solid State Relay with ZVS
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Three Phase Solid State Relays with ZVS

In electrical and electronic circuits, an electronic component often used to make or break a circuit is called as a switch. Electrical switches are typically used to operate, switch OFF or ON the power supply to the circuits or devices....

Inductor and Inductance Calculation
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Know all About Inductors (Inductance Calculation)

Before knowing the definition and working of what is inductor we should know what is inductance. Whenever a changing flux is connected with a conductor’s coil there would be an emf. If a changing flux is linked with a coil of a conductor...

Power Amplifiers for FM Transmitter
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Know all about Power Amplifiers for FM Transmitter

Amplifier circuits are used to form the basis of the various electronic system. These circuits are used to generate high power to drive some o/p device. The o/p power of the audio amplifier may be less than 1watt to 100watts. Amplifiers...

Nest Thermostat
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Know all about Nest Learning Thermostat

Nest Labs are a home automation manufacturer of security systems like self learning, programmable, sensor-driven, Wi-Fi-supported thermostats, smoke sensors, etc. Nest thermostat is introduced in the year 2011 as its first security system....

Darlington Transistor
by Tarun Agarwal 7 years ago

Know all about Darlington Transistor Pair

In electrical and electronic circuits, Darlington transistor or Darlington transistor pair is an essential component. It consists of two bipolar transistors, that are connected in such a way that the current amplifies by the first transistor...