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HOW TO FIX PS4 NO VIDEO SIGNAL BLACK SCREEN HDMI RESOLUTION RESET
 
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PS4 no video signal is easy to fix just hold power button for 7 seconds to enter service menu then select to change resolution 480p 720p 1080p if your TV is 720p choose that setting. Also you can factory restore reset Playstation 4 by holding power button 7 seconds to service menu then select last option- PS4 initialize. Learn more about Tech, Subscribe for more tech videos- https://www.youtube.com/tampatec * Follow Tampatec on Instagram for tech videos and tech giveaways -https://www.instagram.com/tampatec/ *Follow on G+ http://bit.ly/2ormuvN * I offer free tech support only for my subscribers and followers * When working on electronics act at your own risk, follow your electronics safety manual and / or NEC safety codes, unplug power and properly discharge capacitors in circuit safely. *Some of these products I buy myself and some I receive to produce a Howto guide and review for companies but I DON'T get $$$ for product reviews. *My TV repair tools I use in my videos at my TV repair shop here- http://amzn.to/2cs67fD this supports the channel thanks Hi, I'm Paul an electronics tech from Tampa FL aka Tampatec, I post weekly, usually on the weekends. My channel is aimed for anyone that wants an easy to follow tech guide or wants to easily learn how to setup, use or fix their electronics whether it's LED LCD TV, tablets, phone repair, home automation, Google Home, Chromecast guide, Amazon Echo speaker and much more. Thanks for watching and your support!
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PLC Analog Inputs and Signals
 
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✅ C'mon over to https://realpars.com where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! ========================== ✅ Check out the full blog post over at https://realpars.com/plc-analog-inputs/ ========================== In this video, we are going to be talking about analog inputs to the PLC. What do we mean by analog input? Analog values are continuous values, such as temperatures and pressures. While we tend to think of them in digital terms, at some point we have to convert them from the continuous world into our digital world, and this is where analog inputs come in. Voltage signals in the range of plus or minus 20 volts or so and current signals in milliamps are commonly used as both analog inputs to PLCs. Every PLC manufacturer has I/O modules to deal with these kinds of signals, along with other, more specialized modules. ========================== Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: https://realpars.com/servo-motors-advantages/ https://realpars.com/motion-control/ https://realpars.com/rs232/ ============================= To stay up to date with our last videos and more lessons, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: http://goo.gl/Y6DRiN ============================= TWEET THIS VIDEO https://ctt.ac/T2_b0 ============================= Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealpars/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/realpars Follow us on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/realpars #RealPars #PLC #PLCanaloginput
Views: 71238 RealPars
No signal to Monitor Fix Easy PC Fix
 
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Check out how to troubleshoot and fix the issue of No signal to Monitor that can happen with your PC. Fix Starts- 1:55 (Hold down power for 1 Minute while plugged out) Full Article: http://www.blogtechtips.com/2016/01/03/no-signal-to-monitor/
Views: 2270582 Ricardo Gardener
Using a DDS-AD9851 to decode SSB signal via REDSUN IF output.
 
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Listening to a ham radio station by using a Shortwave Radio with a signal generator (DDS-AD9851) as a BFO. The Redsun RP-2100 is a multi-band commercial radio. It has no SSB resource. However, it has an IF AM output that allows the user to connect a BFO or a Down-Converter (455 KHz to 12 KHz) to provide SSB, DRM and others modes. In this video I am using a signal generator oscillating on 455KHz to work as a BFO.
Views: 171 Ricardo Caratti
SDR-IQ & Siemens D2008 VLF ZF/IF = 100 khz (signal output, better speech quality)
 
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English subtitles, German speech. Sprache Deutsch, englische Untertitel. Spectravue (SDR-IQ software) http://www.rfspace.com/RFSPACE/SpectraVue.html APO Equalizer (free) http://sourceforge.net/projects/equalizerapo/files/ SDR-IQ together with Siemens D2008 level meter (mainly for VLF) SDR-IQ zusammen mit dem Siemens D2008 Pegelmesser (hauptsächlich als VLF Empfänger benutzt).
Views: 532 Wanderlinse
When Does Cable Length Matter?
 
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What's the truth about cable length? Do shorter cables always mean a better signal? Has digital technology made the question irrelevant, or is it still something you should think about? Squarespace link: Visit http://squarespace.com/techquickie and use offer code TECHQUICKIE to save 10% off your first order. Follow: http://twitter.com/linustech Join the community: http://linustechtips.com
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#4: Oscilloscope view of TenTec 1254 IF and detected output on Shortwave signal
 
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This short video shows what the 455KHz 2nd IF signal looks like when the receiver is recovering an AM shortwave transmission. It also looks at the signal after the AM detector
Views: 6934 w2aew
PC Troubleshooting No Post Diagnosis (NCIX Tech Tips #54)
 
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In this episode of NCIX Tech Tips Linus will walk you through the steps to diagnose your PC if it won't boot.
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Analog vs. Digital As Fast As Possible
 
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What Is the difference between analog and digital, and how do they work together to make modern life possible? Audible message: Thanks to Audible for supporting our channel. Get a free 30 day trial at http://www.audible.com/techquickie. Follow: http://twitter.com/luke_lafr Join the community: http://linustechtips.com License for image used in this video: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
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How Radio Waves Are Produced
 
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UNLOCKING THE MYSTERIES BEHIND RADIO WAVES. Electric current creates magnetic field, oscillating electric current creates oscillating magnetic field and not "electromagnetic wave" as current belief. Electron has a standing- electric field and magnetic field at right angle (watch video structure of electron). The flow of electrons in a conductor is essentially caused by the attraction between the electric fields of mobile electrons and "fixed" positive charges in the conductor. Oscillation of electrons in a conductor is caused by the alternation of electric polarity in the conductor. Because of electric field and magnetic field of an electron is at right angle, when oscillates the electric field of the electron will be parallel to the oscillation and magnetic field will be perpendicular to the oscillation.This oscillation of the electron creates transverse wave on its magnetic line and the oscillating magnetic line is radiated to space. http://www.amazon.com/author/atom http://www.facebook.com/novaphysica https://www.youtube.com/user/atommodel
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Peak Detector Circuit Explained
 
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In this video, the peak detector circuits have been explained. By watching this video you will learn the following topics: 0:20 How to Design the peak detector circuit (Using Diode and capacitor) and its working 2:29 Precision peak detector Circuit 3:05 Effect of load on the peak detector circuit 4:26 Precision peak detector Circuit with Buffer 5:16 Modified Peak detector circuit for the fast signals (High-Speed Peak Detector) What is a peak detector circuit: The peak detector circuit is used to measure the peak value of the signal. The simple peak detector circuit can be designed using the diode and capacitor. But because of the voltage drop across the diode, this circuit will not measure the peak value of the signal accurately. To measure the peak value of the signal accurately, precision peak detector (active peak detector) circuit is used. Precision Peak Detector: In Precision peak detector circuit, super diode or precision diode is used instead of the normal signal diode. And the capacitor is connected to the output of the super diode. Effect of load on the peak detector circuit: Ideally, the capacitor of the peak detector should hold the peak voltage of the signal. But because of the finite load across the capacitor, the capacitor will get discharged through the load. And gradually the voltage held by the capacitor will reduce. To, minimize the discharging of the capacitor the RC time constant should be very large (At least 10 times more than the time period of the signal) And the best practice is to use the buffer circuit before connecting the peak detector circuit to some other circuit. Modified Precision Peak Detector circuit for fast signals: The precision peak detector will not work at high frequency. Because when the diode becomes reversed biased, the op-amp goes into the negative saturation. And that restricts the operating frequency range of the circuit. Using a modified circuit, it can be used for the fast signal as well. For very fast signal, Schottky diodes are used instead of signal diodes. This video will be helpful to all students of science and engineering in understanding the working of the peak detector and the precision peak detector circuit. #PeakDetector #ActivePeakDetector Follow me on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/allaboutelectronics Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALLABOUTELECRONICS/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/all_about.electronics/ Music Credit: http://www.bensound.com/
Views: 18989 ALL ABOUT ELECTRONICS
Balanced vs. Unbalanced Cable - What's the deal?
 
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How to extend an HDMI signal
 
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HowToAV look at the distance limitations of HDMI signal transmission and offers a range of solutions to extend your signal. HDMI - or 'High Definition Multimedia Interface' - provides a combined HD video and audio signal for commercial and residential AV systems. HDMI cables are limted in their transmission distance, with the maximum recommended cable length being no more than 10 to 15 metres only. So there are a number of different options which will allow for a HDMI signal to be extended, including: - HDMI Equaliser - allows 2 x 15 metre HDMI cables to be connected together and recalculates the signal, allowing for a total distance of 30 metres. - HDMI Repeater, Distribution Amplifier or HDMI Splitter - Extends the HDMI signal and usually also 'duplicates' the HDMI signal for connecting to multiple output displays / TVs. - HDMI-over-Cat cable Extender Kits - feature a Transmitter and Receiver device whihch convert the HDMI siganl for transmission over standard Ethernet cable over distances of 60 - 100 metres. - HDBaseT - transmits HDMI signals simultaneously with PoE, 100BaseT and control signals over Cat5e/6/7 cable up to 100 metres Find out more about HDMI signal tranmission in the HowToAV HDMI blog here: http://www.cie-group.com/blog/3/hdmi-signal-distribution?page=1 #HowToAV Got more questions for the HowToAV team to take a look at? Leave us your questions in the Comments Section below or send us a Tweet to: https://twitter.com/HowToAV ...the answer to your question might just be the subject of our very next videocast!
Views: 42314 HowToAV.tv
The Nervous System, Part 1: Crash Course A&P #8
 
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PLC  I/O Modules (Inuput - Output Modules)
 
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A video that clearly explains the input and output modules of PLC system. Signals are not directly sent in just by converting them into DC voltage. They are optically isolated. The video explains the different steps the signal undergoes.
Views: 40123 Chinmaya A.S.V
Industrial Control Panels in depth look Part 2: IO
 
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Today we are going to be talking in depth about the different types of IO that can be wired into a panel. We will discuss how to actually wire the I/O. We will also show you some steps that are critical to ensure that the devices being wired into the panel are sending and receiving that data as intended. Let’s first discuss the different signal types that make of the various types of IO in a panel. Let’s first talk about Digital signals. Digital signals are designed to measure and control a value that is either on, or off. It’s easy to think of this like a common light switch in our home. We can turn it off or off, but we do not have the ability to control how much light we get, or how bright or dark the light is. This is again, how digital signals work. On or off, or True or false, or one or zero. An industrial example of this would be: the status of a motor, it is either running or not running. Or sending a command to start or stop that same motor, we only have two choices, on or off. Now let’s talk about Analog signals. Analog signals are intended to measure and control a range of values. To better illustrate this point, think of that same light switch. Instead of just turning the light on or off, let’s assume we are using a dimmer switch. The dimmer switch gives us the ability to turn the light on and off, but also allows us to manipulate the light output anywhere in-between the fully on and fully off state of that switch. This is again, how an analog signal works. We measure and control and range of values. An industrial example of this would be: the level in a tank, or the amount of flow or pressure within a pipe. Now that we have talked about both digital and analog signals, lets discuss how we can use those signals. In these control signals, we have the ability to either send data out, or receive data back to our panel. This data input and output is ultimately what gives that the ability to monitor and control the intended environment. When we send data out, this is referred to as an output signal. You can use both analog and digital signals when sending an output. For example, a digital output mike be a run command to a motor. So, in this case, you would send a signal that tells a motor to either start or stop. An analog output could be used to actually control the speed of that motor, since analog signals give you the ability to control a range of values. These again, are examples of output signals Now let’s talk about input signals. Inputs are when we receive data from either and digital or analog source. This data is captured and interpreted by the PLC (or programable logic controller) Just like with output signals, inputs can be either digital, (which might be telling you if a motor is running, or if a door has been opened) or analog (which would be able to tell you if the pressure in a pipe is too high, or the level in a water tank). All of these are examples of input signals There are other signal types that we have not discussed such as an RTD, or Thermocouple that can also make up the IO within an industrial control. Now that we about talked about the most common signals you will find in a panel that make up the IO, let me show you in this panel, where each type is located, and how to wire them to make sure you can send and receive data properly. First-analog inputs - Analog signals need to be wired with a special kind of wire known as twisted shielded pair. This kind of wire will have two conductors, as well as a shield wrapped around the wire to protect the signal from any noise or distortion. It also has a ground wire. This wire Must be tied to ground within the panel. Not at the instrument. - Depending on how the instrument is being powered, will determine how you will wire a analog signal. In this case the panel is providing power, which is being sent out to the instrument on this wire. - The signal that tells the PLC the value you need will come back on the signal wire, and is ultimately tied to the PLC. Now Analog outputs - Wired much the same way,. - We don’t need to supply power in most cases - Still need to ground the TSP Digital inputs - Power is wired to the terminal blocks and sent to the device. Normally low voltage (24VDC) - The device will have a set of contacts, that when close will allow power to be brought back to the panel, and ultimately into the PLC. When the PLC senses this voltage, it reads this as “true”, or “on” - Normal wire is used Digital Outputs - Normal wire is used - Low voltage signal to a relay Make sure the coil on the relay matches the output voltage of the PLC - The coil then switches a higher voltage output signal Maybe to a motor or solenoid valve By properly organizing and wiring your IO, you will be able to successfully monitor and control all devices and instruments in the field without any problems.
Views: 22326 RSP Supply
Op-Amp Integrator (with Derivation and Solved Examples)
 
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In this video, op-amp integrator circuit has been discussed (with derivation) and few examples have been solved based on this op-amp integrator circuit. Op-Amp as Integrator: In inverting op-amp configuration, by replacing the feedback resistor with a capacitor, it can be used as integrator circuit. The relation between the output and input has been derived in this video. Limitation of simple integrator circuit: In this simple integrator circuit, for DC input or for very low-frequency signal the capacitor will act as an open circuit and the input signal will see a very high gain (Open loop gain of the op-amp). So, even if very small DC signal is present at the input, it can lead the output into the saturation. So, even if your signal does not contain any DC signal, but because of the input offset voltage, the output of the op-amp may get either saturated or distorted. Practical Integrator Circuit: The problem of the simple integrator circuit can be overcome by connecting feedback resistor in parallel with the feedback capacitor. So, because of the feedback resistor, the gain of the circuit for DC signal will get restricted and saturation of the output voltage can be avoided.And the circuit will behave as a low-pass filter. The condition for proper integration of input signal: For proper integration of input signal, the frequency of the input signal should be higher than the cut-off frequency. (At least 10 times the cut-off frequency) The timestamps for the different topic covered in the video is given below: 0:48 Op-Amp as an integrator (Derivation) 4:32 Output of Integrator for the different input signals 5:54 Limitations of the simple integrator circuit 8:57 Practical Op-Amp integrator 12:08 Example 1 13:10 Example 2 14:51 Example 3 17:15 Example 4 (For Practice) The link to the related videos on the op-amp: Introduction to Operational Amplifier: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiiA6WTCQn0 Inverting Op-Amp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuZ00cQ0UrE Non-Inverting Op-Amp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyOfonR_rEw This video will be helpful to all students of science and engineering in understanding the working of op-amp integrator. Follow me on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/allaboutelectronics Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALLABOUTELECRONICS/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/all_about.electronics/ Music Credit: http://www.bensound.com/
Views: 147441 ALL ABOUT ELECTRONICS
How to Fix Chromecast No TV Signal Black Screen & Not Working Issues Help Guide
 
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For more Google Chromecast troubleshoot Help see guide here- https://support.google.com/chromecast/answer/6345122?hl=en LED status light on Chromecast- https://support.google.com/chromecast/answer/6280256 Chromecast tech support contact- https://support.google.com/chromecast/contactflow Learn more about Tech and how to fix Tech, Subscribe to Tampatec here- https://www.youtube.com/tampatec * Follow Tampatec on Instagram for tech videos and tech giveaways -https://www.instagram.com/tampatec/ *Follow on G+ http://bit.ly/2ormuvN * I offer free tech support for my subs and followers *Some of these products I buy myself and some I receive for free to produce a Howto guide or / and review for companies but I DON'T get $ for positive product reviews. Soldering kit- http://amzn.to/2DnJUZI TV wall mounting- http://amzn.to/2DvCac5 *links supports my tech channel Hi, I'm Paul an electronics tech from NYC area but live in Tampa bay area currently aka Tampatec, I post weekly usually on the weekends. My How-to tech channel is aimed for the novice tech or anyone that wants an easy to follow tech guide or wants to easily learn how to setup, use, or fix their electronics. whether it's LED LCD TV, tablets, phone repair, home automation setup, Google Home, Chromecast guide, Echo dot tutorials, just to name a few. I'm here to help for free, just subscribe. *DISCLAIMER When working on electronics or installing, act at your own risk. follow safety manuals and / or NEC safety codes, unplug power, please watch other howto videos for a better understanding. Tampatec is not responsible for damages or misunderstanding info in the videos. I believe in this famous quote- give a person a fish they eat for a day but teach that person to fish and they will eat for a life time. Thanks for watching and your support!
Views: 38186 Tampatec
Duty cycle, frequency and pulse width--an explanation
 
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These terms are often confused or used interchangeably, when they are actually three different ways of measuring an electrical signal.
Views: 199821 Justin Miller
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Signal Analysis using Matlab -  A Heart Rate example
 
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A demonstration showing how matlab can be used to analyse a an ECG (heart signal) to determine the average beats per minute. Code available at http://dadorran.wordpress.com/2014/05/22/heartrate-bpm-example-matlab-code/
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*TUTORIAL* PS4 (fix black screen/no signal) to Monitor /w VGA to HDMI
 
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Updated Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLfCNlQ2DhA Here are the full steps of how to connect a PS4 (or any console) using HDMI to VGA adapter. This works on any console with HDMI, but the console shown here is a PS4. PLEASE READ THIS FOR MORE HELP: http://hikarisilver.weebly.com/blog/s... Any questions? Can't get it to work? Comment or send me a message, I will help you fix it! If I managed to help you, then leave me a comment, like, or link my video to others so that others can benefit!!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ As always, Like, Comment, Share, and Subscribe to my Videos. Find me online these consoles! PSN: hikarisilver XboxLive: hikarisilver Social Media: - Twitter: hikarisilver - Facebook: thehikarisilver Blog: hikarisilver.weebly.com' Find this video on Patreon and support future videos: https://www.patreon.com/hikarisilver ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~NOTE: In order for this to work, you are going to have to change some settings on the PS4 while its still connected to the TV BEFORE attempting to connect it to the monitor. If you can't do that , then while the PS4 is connected to the monitor, please use Safe Mode to change the resolution down to 480p. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Here are the links on Amazon for the equipment I used. The ones with an asterisk are the ones I use now. **5V USB Wall Charger: https://amzn.to/2PUgsBA **PC Monitor: https://amzn.to/2VeQHNo ** VicTsing VGA to HDMI /w Audio Active adapter: https://amzn.to/2VrFo9x Nyko Data Bank Adapter: https://amzn.to/2VrndAB Aweek 5 Port Hub PS4: https://amzn.to/2PVaccz PlayStation 4 Decal: https://amzn.to/2DV7gYD PS Vita Decal: https://amzn.to/2Yc9F9g PS 4 Controller Decal: https://amzn.to/2VVSpYq 3.5mm Male to 2 Male RCA Adapter Audio Y Cable Splitter: https://amzn.to/2VWubx3 **Speakers: https://amzn.to/2YkpESF ** IoGearHDMI to VGA converter with audio and USB: https://amzn.to/2Hb2Fnx ** Micro USB: https://amzn.to/2W1ARdz **VGA male to VGA male: https://amzn.to/2PWVT7w **Aux Cord: https://amzn.to/2HbD3a3
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Op-Amp Slew Rate Explained (with Examples)
 
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In this video, the slew rate of an Op-Amp has been explained with solved examples. What is Slew Rate: It defines the maximum rate at which the output of the op-amp can change. (How fast the op-amp is able to respond) Unit of Slew Rate: V/us Different Op-Amp has different slew rate and the value of slew rate varies from 0.1 V/us to 1000 V/us. So, depending on the application the op-amp with specific slew rate needs to be selected which prevents the distortion of the output signal. Causes of Slew Rate in Op-Amp: The internal compensation capacitor in the Op-Amp is the main cause of slew rate in every Op-Amp. The value of Slew rate depends on the value of this internal compensation capacitor and the charging or driving current. Power Bandwidth of the Op-Amp: The maximum frequency (for large signals) up to which there will not be any distortion in the output is known as the Power bandwidth of an op-amp. This power bandwidth of the op-amp (slew rate limited maximum frequency ) is defined for the large signal (in volts), while the unity gain-bandwidth product is defined for the small signals (in mV). If the input frequency is more than this maximum frequency, then the output signal will start getting distorted. And this kind of distortion in output is known as the slew rate induced distortion. The timestamps for the different topics covered in the video is given below: 0:19 What is Slew Rate of an Op-Amp? 2:31 Causes of Slew Rate in Op-Amp 4:12 Effect of Slew Rate on Pulse input 7:46 Effect of Slew Rate on Sinusoidal Signal 10:21 Example 1 11:30 Example 2 The link to the related videos on the op-amp: Introduction to Operational Amplifier: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiiA6WTCQn0 Inverting Op-Amp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuZ00cQ0UrE Non-Inverting Op-Amp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyOfonR_rEw Op-Amp Integrator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPvs7A554Rw Op-Amp Gain Bandwidth Product: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfkzz1rg-xk This video will be helpful to all student of science and engineering in understanding the slew rate of the op-amp. Follow me on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/allaboutelectronics Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALLABOUTELECRONICS/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/all_about.electronics/ Music Credit: http://www.bensound.com/
Views: 57452 ALL ABOUT ELECTRONICS
IF Signals of Pulse-Counting FM Receiver
 
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The IF signals of a pulse-counting wide-band FM receiver. http://www.vk2zay.net/article/250 Note in the quiet passages the visible phase jitter caused by the 19 kHz pilot tone associated with the FM stereo multiplex sub-carrier system. The top trace is the IF amplifier/limiter output, the bottom is the collector signal at the 1st half of the pulse-integrator.
Views: 3022 vk2zay
How Computers Work: CPU, Memory, Input & Output
 
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Op-Amp Differentiator (with Derivation and Examples)
 
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In this video, op-amp differentiator circuit has been discussed (with derivation) and few examples have been solved based on this op-amp differentiator circuit. Op-Amp as Differentiator: In Op-amp integrator circuit, if we interchange the position of resistor and capacitor then it can be used as a differentiator. The relation between the output and input has been derived in this video. Application of differentiator circuit: The differentiator circuit can be used to identify the rate at which the input signal is changing. So, the differentiator circuit can be used to find the high-frequency component of the input signal and it can be used in the application of edge detection. In early days, when digital computers were not evolved at that time for analog computation these op-amp based differentiator circuits were used. Limitation of simple differentiator circuit: In this simple differentiator circuit, as the input frequency increases, the gain of the differentiator will increase. So, the simple differentiator is very sensitive to the high-frequency noise. Also, in simple differentiator, the input impedance of the circuit is equal to the reactance of the capacitor. So at high frequency, the input impedance will reduce. These problems can be overcome by using the practical differentiator circuit. Practical Differentiator Circuit: In practical differentiator, the series resistor is added to input capacitor. This resistor will ensure that at high frequencies, the input impedance of the circuit will be at least equal to the value of the resistor. And because of this series resistor, the gain of the op-amp at high frequency will be restricted. For better stability of the output signal at the high frequency and to prevent oscillations, feedback capacitor is also connected in parallel with the feedback resistor. The condition for proper differentiation of input signal: For proper differentiation of the input signal, the frequency of the input signal should be lesser than the cut-off frequency. (At least 10 times less than the cut-off frequency for the accurate differentiation) The timestamps for the different topic covered in the video is given below: 0:15 Op-Amp as a Differentiator 1:35 Derivation of Op-Amp Differentiator Circuit 3:39 Output of differentiator for the different input signals 4:22 Limitations of the simple differentiator circuit 7:56 Practical Op-Amp differentiator 11:55 Example 1 14:02 Example 2 16:48 Example 3 The link to the related videos on the op-amp: Introduction to Operational Amplifier: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiiA6WTCQn0 Inverting Op-Amp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuZ00cQ0UrE Non-Inverting Op-Amp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyOfonR_rEw Op-Amp Integrator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPvs7A554Rw This video will be helpful to all students of science and engineering in understanding the working of op-amp differentiator. Follow me on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/allaboutelectronics Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALLABOUTELECRONICS/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/all_about.electronics/ Music Credit: http://www.bensound.com/
Views: 96116 ALL ABOUT ELECTRONICS
SOLVE A LOW VOLTAGE ISSUE!
 
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My Electric Fans: http://amzn.to/2rRCirz My Alternator: http://amzn.to/2tppfzG In this video I attempt to solve a low voltage issue I'm having in my 1995 GMC Suburban 5.7L. I recently installed Flex-A-Lite dual electric fans in place of my stock clutch fan and they work great but I'm now having a low voltage issue while idling at a stoplight. I've also upgraded my stock 105 amp alternator to a Powermaster 140 amp. Please comment if you have any input to this issue! ***This channel is for entertainment purposes only! Do not do what I do. Do not take my advice. I am not a professional. The methods I use may be completely wrong and/or dangerous. Please seek professional help with anything and everything and do your own due diligence (research). Working on cars is extremely dangerous. I am not responsible for any loss of life or limb or property. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH. THIS CHANNEL IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY!*** FTC Disclaimer: I am an Amazon affiliate. As such, I earn a percentage of sales made through Amazon Affiliate links found in the description of my videos and on my website and other places.
Views: 142210 1 Road
What Are "High Gain" Router Antennas? Can They Increase WiFi Range?
 
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High Gain router antennas are able to improve your WiFi, but only under certain conditions. Check it on Amazon: http://geni.us/HighGainAmzn More Tech Discussions ▶ https://goo.gl/ixV7dG Subscribe Here ▶ https://goo.gl/1TuHyY High gain antennas for you router are designed to increase your WiFi range depending on your home layout. If you live on a one-level home or apartment, these may give you better WiFi signal strength, because high gain antennas direct more of the signal horizontally than vertically. This also means that if you live in a multi-story home, using high gain antennas will actually decrease your signal on other floors. I explain how these work, and how well they actually work. My Twitter ▶ https://twitter.com/ThioJoe ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
Views: 153342 ThioJoe
What is the Use of Loop Out Port in Setup Box OR Satellite Receiver || Loop Out Port Explained
 
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Dosto Iss video me maine aapko loopout port ke bare me batane ki kosis ki hai ki loopout port kya hota hai, Loopout port kyu setup box me diya hota hai aur hum kis tarah se loopout port istemal apne ghar me kar sakte hai. I hope this video will be useful to you.
Views: 2064715 KK Lab'
Difference between Analog and Digital | AddOhms #6
 
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Learn the secret between Digital that people don't like to talk about at parties. Just what is it and how does it compare to Analog? We'll take a look using Clocks! Links mentioned in video: AddOhms Episode 5: http://www.addohms.com/ep5 Adafruit ADXL377 Breakout board: http://www.adafruit.com/products/1413 Arduino (In case you need it): http://www.arduino.cc Twitter: @addohms www.addohms.com
Views: 275248 AddOhms
RC Low Pass Filter Explained
 
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In this video, passive RC low pass filter has been discussed. What is electronic filter: The electronic filter is the circuit, which passes some range of frequencies of the input signal and rejects or attenuates the unwanted frequencies in the signal. Based on the range of frequencies which is being passed by the filter, there are 4 different types of filter. 1) Low Pass Filter 2) High Pass Filter 3) Band pass Filter 4) Band Reject Filter What is Low Pass Filter: A low-pass filter is the electric circuit, which passes the low range of frequency signals, starting from 0 Hz (DC) to up to the cut off frequency (fc), and rejects all other frequencies which are higher than cut off frequency. Now, based on the components used for the design, this low pass filters further can be classified into 2 categories. 1) Active Low Pass Filter: If the low filter is designed using the active components like Op-Amp and transistors then such filters are known as active low pass filter. 2) Passive Low Pass Filter: If the low pass filter is designed using the passive components like R, L and C then such filters are known as passive low pass filters. These are the most common types of Passive Low Pass Filters. 1) RC Low Pass filter 2) RL Low Pass Filter 3) RLC Low pass filter So, in this video first order RC Low pass filter has been discussed and at the later part of the video, it is shown that how by cascading first order low-pass filters, we can design higher order filters. The order of the filter can be defined by the number of poles in the transfer function of the filter. (One simple way to find the order of the filter is to calculate the number of reactive components in the circuit, i.e capacitor, and inductor, but always it is not true. There might be some exceptions) But in general, this procedure can be followed. The time-stamped link for the different topics in the video is given below: 0:27 What is an Electronic filter? Different types of Electronic Filter 2:46 RC Low Pass Filter 5:12 Derivation of cut-off frequency expression 8:35 Example on Low Pass Filter 12:28 Higher order filter design by cascading first order filters This video will be helpful to all students of science and engineering in understanding the RC low pass filter. Follow me on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/allaboutelectronics Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALLABOUTELECRONICS/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/all_about.electronics/ Music Credit: http://www.bensound.com/
Views: 199057 ALL ABOUT ELECTRONICS
Cardiac Conduction System and Understanding ECG, Animation.
 
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This video and other related images/videos (in HD) are available for instant download licensing here: https://www.alilamedicalmedia.com/-/galleries/images-videos-by-medical-specialties/cardiology-and-vascular-diseases ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Support us on Patreon and get FREE downloads and other great rewards: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia The cardiac conduction system consists of the following components: - The sinoatrial node, or SA node, located in the right atrium near the entrance of the superior vena cava. This is the natural pacemaker of the heart. It initiates all heartbeat and determines heart rate. Electrical impulses from the SA node spread throughout both atria and stimulate them to contract. - The atrioventricular node, or AV node, located on the other side of the right atrium, near the AV valve. The AV node serves as electrical gateway to the ventricles. It delays the passage of electrical impulses to the ventricles. This delay is to ensure that the atria have ejected all the blood into the ventricles before the ventricles contract. - The AV node receives signals from the SA node and passes them onto the atrioventricular bundle - AV bundle or bundle of His. - This bundle is then divided into right and left bundle branches which conduct the impulses toward the apex of the heart. The signals are then passed onto Purkinje (pur-KIN-jee) fibers, turning upward and spreading throughout the ventricular myocardium. Electrical activities of the heart can be recorded in the form of electrocardiogram, ECG or EKG. An ECG is a composite recording of all the action potentials produced by the nodes and the cells of the myocardium. Each wave or segment of the ECG corresponds to a certain event of the cardiac electrical cycle. When the atria are full of blood, the SA node fires, electrical signals spread throughout the atria and cause them to depolarize. This is represented by the P wave on the ECG. Atrial contraction , or atrial systole (SIS-toe-lee) starts about 100 mili-seconds after the P wave begins. The P-Q segment represents the time the signals travel from the SA node to the AV node. The QRS complex marks the firing of the AV node and represents ventricular depolarization: - Q wave corresponds to depolarization of the interventricular septum. - R wave is produced by depolarization of the main mass of the ventricles. - S wave represents the last phase of ventricular depolarization at the base of the heart. - Atrial repolarization also occurs during this time but the signal is obscured by the large QRS complex. The S-T segment reflects the plateau in the myocardial action potential. This is when the ventricles contract and pump blood. The T wave represents ventricular repolarization immediately before ventricular relaxation, or ventricular diastole (dy-ASS-toe-lee). The cycle repeats itself with every heartbeat. All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.
Views: 2458427 Alila Medical Media
What is RS232 and What is it Used for?
 
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✅ C'mon over to https://realpars.com where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! ========================== ✅ Check out the full blog post over at https://realpars.com/rs232/ ========================== Today you will learn about RS232. It is a phrase you may hear fairly regularly in industry, especially by the older guys. Hopefully this video will clear some things up for you. What exactly is RS232? First and foremost, it is a form of serial data transmission. Or simply put, it is a form of communication. Most people simply called it a serial connection. What exactly is RS-232? First and foremost, it is a form of serial data transmission. Or simply put, it is a form of communication. Most people simply called it a serial connection. At one time, it was the most used form of data transmission. You will probably recognize the standard 9 pin DB9 cable. Simply put, RS-232 transmits signals using a positive voltage for a binary 0 and a negative voltage for a binary 1. But what do the PLCs use RS232 for? PLCs use RS232 to talk to other modules or even other PLCs. These modules can be anything that also uses RS232 such as, an operator interface or HMI, computers, motor controllers or drives, a robot, or some kind of vision system. ========================== Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: https://realpars.com/stepper-motors-advantages/ https://realpars.com/rtu/ https://realpars.com/servo-motor/ ============================= To stay up to date with our last videos and more lessons, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: http://goo.gl/Y6DRiN ============================= TWEET THIS VIDEO https://ctt.ac/39PeH ============================= Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealpars/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/realpars Follow us on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/realpars #RealPars #RS232
Views: 97671 RealPars
Simulink Switches & If Statements
 
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This lecture will help you use if-statements, boolean logic, and switches to execute logic based on different circumstances or strategies of your choosing. This lesson is taken from my course, which is available on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/mastering-simulink/?couponCode=SIMULINK2017
Views: 53448 Simulink Instructor
Magnic Microlights turn signals
 
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The Magnic Microlight smart version comes with a cool novelty : A blink system for turn signals without any additional switches and even without a smartphone. How does it work? If you tap the brake lever the distance between Microlights and rim changes which can be detected in the lights (even without braking). A double-tap is our signal for the blinker: If you double-tap the right brake lever the rear lights detect the signal and via bluetooth to the front lights- so that lights on the right side are blinking. Correspondingly this works on the left side.
Views: 3831 Magnic Light
Joule Thief: Time Course of Events Using PhotoTransistor to Monitor LED Output
 
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Here I've placed a phototransistor, NTE3037, to monitor the light output of the LED. The purpose is to determine exactly when and how much the LED is turning on, compared to the electrical signals in the circuit. First I use a cheapo PhotoVoltaic (solar) cell to show the basic light pulse timing and the rough shape of the light curve. Then I switch to the phototransistor which has a much higher amplitude and less noisy output, but whose output wave shape depends somewhat on its supply voltage. The deepest dips in the Input Battery Voltage trace seems to occur right at the moment of LED turn-on. The voltage can actually climb above this lowest point during the LED's "ON" period. I didn't show it in this video, but I've hooked an identical LED to my Function Generator and used the FG to send pulsed square wave signal to the LED.... the output of the Phototransistor tracks the brightness level of the LED exactly: if I give it a square pulse, flat along the top, at the same frequency as the JT pulses, the PT responds with the same shape output. So the decreasing ramp light output that is detected in the JT circuit pulses seems to be real, not an artefact of the phototransistor. The reason it doesn't show up as well in the second half of this video is because I used a fresher battery for the JT and the light output is more constant during the pulse... but it still ramps downward.
Views: 630 TinselKoala
What is a Temperature Sensor?
 
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✅ C'mon over to https://realpars.com where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! ============================= ✅ Check out the full blog post over at https://realpars.com/temperature-sensor ============================= In your daily life and different branches of industries, there are many cases in which it’s required to know the temperature of the environment, inside a reactor, winding of an electrical machine and so on. Most likely you’ve heard about “RTDs”, “Thermocouples”, “Thermistors”, “Semiconductor” type elements and so on, which will be addressed here. let’s see what a “Temperature Sensor” (Temperature Transducer) is and what does a “Temperature Transmitter” mean. Generally, a sensor or transducer is a physical device which is capable of transforming one type of process variable to my favorite signal type. Temperature, pressure, flow, etc., are some process variables and actually, they are physical characteristics of our real world. The temperature sensor is a device which will transform the Temperature into an electrical signal, no matter how tiny the amount of this signal might be! Based on different sensor technologies, this signal may have different ranges and for industrial applications, I need to have my signals limited to some universally accepted electrical “signal-ranges”. Today some of these globally accepted electrical signal-ranges are 4-20 mA, 1-5 V, 0-10 V, etc. A “Temperature Transmitter” is a device which transforms the tiny output of a “Temperature Transducer” to one of these standard signal ranges. RTD or “Resistance Temperature Detector” is a device the resistance of which varies with the temperature. Since it is a passive device, an external electrical current should be applied to it and then the voltage drop across it can be measured. This voltage is a good indication of the temperature. In reality, the distance between the temperature sensing point and measuring system calls for wiring and since the real wiring has its own resistance, some measurement error sneaks in hereby! Three-wire and Four-wire solutions are developed to remove this error. One of the most common RTDs is “PT100” which consists of a thin film of Platinum on a plastic film and shows a resistance of 100Ω at 32° F. Thermistors are temperature-dependent resistors and are widely used in industrial purposes, e.g. over-current protection, self-regulating heating elements, inrush current limiters and so on. Thermistors can be NTC or PTC. In NTC (Negative Temperature Coefficient) thermistors, resistance decreases as temperature rises. NTC’s are commonly used as “inrush” current limiters. And with PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) thermistors, resistance increases as temperature increases. PTC thermistors are commonly used as “overcurrent protection” and in resettable fuses. A thermocouple or simply “TC” is comprised of a couple of specific dissimilar wires joined together, forming the “sensing point” or “junction”. Based on physical characteristics called “Thermoelectric Effect”, when this junction is placed at different temperatures, different millivolt signals are generated which can be interpreted as an indication of the temperature. The main restriction of Thermocouples is the “accuracy” which doesn’t make it the best solution for precise applications. Also, Thermocouples need a reference measurement point called “Cold Junction”. The thermocouple junction is often exposed to extreme environments, while the cold junction is often mounted near the instrument location. Based on “range” of temperature measurement, “sensitivity” and some other factors in each application, different types of Thermocouples are available, for example, E, J, K, M, N, T and so on. “Semiconductor Temperature Sensor” is based on the fact that the junction voltage across a p-n combination of semiconductors, like a diode junction or “base-emitter” junction of regular transistors, is a function of temperature. If I have to measure electronic PCB and/or IC temperature, silicon-based types are the best choices. Also alongside the technical bonus-malus comparison, sometimes cost is the key factor in selecting the proper device, as they say: “Money Talks!” ============================= Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: https://realpars.com/connect-vfd-to-plc https://realpars.com/wiring-diagram-to-plc-program https://realpars.com/ethercat ============================= To stay up to date with our last videos and more lessons, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: http://goo.gl/Y6DRiN ============================= TWEET THIS VIDEO https://ctt.ac/SEWc9 ============================= Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealpars/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/realpars Follow us on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/realpars #RealPars #RTD #Temperature Sensor
Views: 30718 RealPars
Difference between AC and DC Current Explained | AddOhms #5
 
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What is the difference between AC and DC? Support on Patreon: https://patreon.com/baldengineer AC and DC current explained by James the Bald Engineer. Using simple circuits for each type of electricity, you will learn why they are different. Show notes: http://addohms.com/ep5 Previous video mention: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYZUXV-v71Y
Views: 830661 AddOhms
Behringer X32 - Board Setup for Monitor Sends
 
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This is a video on how to set up a Behringer X32 for use with 6 monitors. You can use these same techniques for setting up more or less monitors. I will be posting a lot of training videos on the Behringer X32 so be sure to subscribe! If you haven't already, make sure to check out my new website https://dbbaudio.com for the latest news and updates!
Views: 312029 Drew Brashler
PLC E-Learning Session 1 - Introduction to PLC & PLC Wiring
 
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PLC E-Learning Session 1 - Introduction to PLC & PLC Wiring This video explains the various terminals of PLC & its wiring fundamentals. It show's how to connect Inputs & Output to the PLC terminals. Learn 5 PLC's in a Day full Course 250+ PLC Video Tutorials of Allen Bradley, Siemens, Delta, Omron & Schneider + Encoder and HMI Video Tutorials with FREE PLC Simulators and NFI Support. Course Fee: $39 , Lifetime Validity | Limited Coupons only| Course url: https://www.udemy.com/nfi-plc-online-leaning/?couponCode=Youtube2016 Enroll for NFI- All Industrial Automation Course- PLC, HMI, SCADA, AC Drives- VFD, Servo and Stepper. Prices starting from $9/m. Visit here for more details: http://nfiautomation.org/nfi-subscription/ Connect us at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nfiinnovation Website: http://www.nfiautomation.org Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+RajvirSinghNFIAutomation E-mail: [email protected] 1) PLC E-Learning Session 1 - Introduction to PLC & PLC Wiring.avi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObYwsUhr3Y0 2) PLC E-Learning Session 2- How PLC Ladder Logic Programming Works.avi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5Ebx__l5-g 3) PLC E-Learning - Session 3 Introduction to PLC Trainer & PLC Software https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtFVp-qKYhE 4) PLC E-Learning Session 4.1.2 - Fundamental Commands of PLC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_QjeravC7I 5) PLC E-Learning Session 4.1.1 - Fundamental Commands of PLC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKCnNxLxfIc 6) PLC Box Sorting Project- Ladder Logic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teMXKShv5Wk 7) PLC Batching Project- Ladder Logic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQR0JbegzM0 8) PLC Palletizer Project- Ladder Logic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsfZ3i0ORw8 9) Labview Interfaced with Arduino: DC Motor Speed Control https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kMckbBE5wpE 10) NO NC Contacts & Switches in PLC Ladder Logic Programming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYo-ieHLbDY 11) Allen Bradley PLC Lesson 1: Understanding XIO, XIC & OUT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WritOpp1zCs 12) Allen Bradley PLC Lesson 2: Understanding Latch/Unlatch Commands https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hcHrDCP95s 13) Allen Bradley PLC Lesson 3: Understanding OSR- One Shot Rising https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoYG3NGLNUM 14) Allen Bradley PLC Lesson - 4: Understanding Timers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vD7cdYz7gpg 15) Allen Bradley PLC Lesson 5: Understanding Counters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIcH295slpY 16) Basic Industrial Controls & Drawings -- Switches, Relays & Contactors https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBK8lgEd0r0 17) Siemens PLC Lesson 1 - NO, NC & OUT Commands https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTlFWg3yLv8 18) Siemens PLC Lesson 2 - Latching & Unlatching (SET/ RESET Commands) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPwgyc2LpiA 19) Siemens PLC Lesson 3 - Immediate Contact & NOT Command https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WclmAOWY2X0 20) Siemens PLC Lesson 4- Rising & Falling Edge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuKiPNK0Rpw 21) Siemens PLC Lesson 5- SET RESET Dominant Instruction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htAwWcKoHeg 22) Schneider PLC Lessons 1: PLC Software Environment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZZZixEMME0 23) Schneider PLC Lesson 2- Fundamental Commands of Schneider PLC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGmMVEn_Tbw 24) Schneider PLC Lesson 3 - Understanding Memory Registers in PLC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkEHZYkdEQ0 25) Schneider PLC Lesson 4 - Timers Function in PLC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c46_pFR006Q 26) PLC Door Simulator Project- Allen Bradley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mq980Z-rxaM 27) PLC Silo Simulator Project - Allen Bradley HD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72Y59Wg2AWg
Views: 1365135 Rajvir Singh
How to Program a Basic PID Loop in ControlLogix
 
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✅ C'mon over to https://realpars.com where you can learn PLC programming faster and easier than you ever thought possible! ============================= ✅ Check out the full blog post over at https://realpars.com/pid-loop ============================= In automation programming, we are often required to program a control loop for a given process to control temperature, pressure, flow rate etc. This requires a target set-point with a controlled feedback process variable. A PID process loop controller is designed to generate an output that causes some corrective effort to be applied to a process so as to drive a measurable process variable towards the desired set-point value. The controller uses an actuator to affect the process and a sensor to measure the results. Often automation technicians and programmers are required to become familiar with configuring and tuning a PID loop control instruction and it can be one of most overwhelming when it comes to PLC programming topics. In this lesson, we will discuss how a Rockwell Automation ControlLogix 5000 PLC using the Enhanced PID controller function block instruction (PIDE). The PIDE is an Allen Bradley Logix5000 Process Automation Controller (PAC) family (ControlLogix and CompactLogix) function block that improves on the standard PID found in all their controllers. Function block programming uses diagrams with symbols to represent function and input and output connections between functions. While at first, this function block can be quite intimidating, it shares similarities of the standard PID instruction and you’ll only need to turn on parameters required by your control program. In this example, we will basically get you off the ground using the PIDE instruction and the program options essential to get it working. In case you may have forgotten what PID stands for, the P stands for Proportional gain, I for integral time and D for Derivative gain. PID and PIDE are used for "process control" which includes the automatic control of systems such as temperature, flow rate, pressure, and speed. The cruise control on a car is a good example of this type of control. Basically, you tell the controller how fast you want to go, the Set-point and the controller samples the actual speed, the Process Variable, and then the controller calculates an output value, the Control Variable, and sends that signal to the gas pedal. And just as a PID functional refresher, and using the car cruise control as an example, the “P” or proportional is described as in the farther you are from the desired speed, the more you press the gas pedal and on the other hand, the closer you are, the less you press on it. This works well but when you get at the desired speed, based on this rule you would let off the gas completely. And the end result is your car slows down and stays a little below the desired speed. Proportional control is the main ingredient of any control but maybe a little inaccurate. For “I “or integral, you wait for a little, and if there is no improvement you push a little more on the pedal. If you are stuck below the desired speed for a long time without progress, you push the gas pedal a little further. If you still do not make it to the desired speed for some time, you again push the pedal a little further down. Once you get to the desired speed you leave the pedal where it is. Integral control gives you accuracy but you have to wait. And for “D” or derivative, you react to sudden changes. Let’s say a strong wind gust pushes your car. Suddenly your speed surges fast upward toward the desired speed. You become startled so you release the gas pedal. As the speed surge ends and the speed stabilizes, you will then return the pedal to where it was. Derivative control manages sudden surges and may prevent overshooting your target speed. ============================= Missed our most recent videos? Watch them here: https://realpars.com/osi/ https://realpars.com/controlnet/ https://realpars.com/ladder-logic-vs-function-block-diagrams/ ============================= To stay up to date with our last videos and more lessons, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel: http://goo.gl/Y6DRiN ============================= TWEET THIS VIDEO https://ctt.ac/6zfcC ============================= Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealpars/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/realpars Follow us on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/realpars #RealPars
Views: 35001 RealPars
Digital TV Antenna DIY Hack - Cheap, Easy, And..Free? (legal!)
 
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Have a Digital TV/Tuner but no reception? Using a clip/coax cable isn't enough? Here's an easy, effortless 'home made' DIY trick for you to try. Works for normal analog channels as well. This is how I receive digital channels in Mediacorp Singapore channels like HD5, Channel 8 and Channel News Asia. Digital TV Antenna Free Singapore http://www.theaaronloy.com/digital-tv-antenna-hack-cheap-easy-free/ Free Digital TV Antenna DIY Digital TV Antenna How To Make A Digital TV Antenna Best DIY Antenna for HDTV Best Cheap Free Digital/Analog TV Antenna
Views: 384482 theaaronloy
RC Basics - Understanding Electronic Speed Controllers (ESC)
 
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Consider supporting the channel by visiting www.patreon.com/painless360 To see more videos on RC power systems visit - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYsWjANuAm4pIU07ta7glYIn-EBCof_4r To view the videos in the ‘Introduction to RC’ playlist visit - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYsWjANuAm4oWuE5ZDX4TAiHBv2i0Xl4m To view the video that covers shows throttle calibration routine - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOplk52R4no To view the video that covers how I flashed SimonK firmware - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kA2dBD9jSVo In this video we cover the how an ESC works and what the main jobs of it are inside your model. We cover the standard settings that you will encounter in traditional firmwares, things like brake, advance, voltage cut-off, direction and timing. We cover a few of the standard firmware types like SimonK and BLHeli. We talk about what OneShot is. We then finish by discussing the various types of battery Eliminator Circuits (BEC/UBEC) found in ESCs (Linear, Switching/switched, Optio/Opto). You can see the ESC calibration video here – In this video you can find – - Introduction (0:02) - How do ESCs work? (2:29) - Firmware types and OneShot (9:18) - Why do we need to calibrate the throttle? (14:32) - Types of BEC (1605) - Summary (19:03) Thanks for watching please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE. Happy flying!
Views: 487178 Painless360
#19: How to get a stable scope display with two signals very close in frequency
 
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This video shows how to setup a scope, analog or digital, to give you a stable display of two signals that are very close in frequency. The problem usually arises that the two signals are from different sources, or are not phase locked, and one of them "walks" on the display while the other is stable. This is because there will almost always be a very small difference in frequency between the two. The video shows how to setup the appropriate trigger mode on an analog scope to get a stable display of both waveforms, or how to use a single-sequence (single acquisition) on the digital scope to accomplish the same thing.
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How to calculate the RMS and Average value of Half wave Rectifier and Full wave rectifier
 
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In this video, the RMS and Average value of half wave rectifier and the full wave rectifier have been calculated. The following topics have been covered in the video: 1:11 Calculation of Average (DC) value of the Half-wave rectifier 3:51 Calculation of Average (DC) value of the Full-wave rectifier 6:12 Calculation of RMS value of the Half-wave rectifier 9:31 Calculation of RMS value of the Full-wave rectifier The Average value of Half-wave rectifier = Vm/π The Average value of Full-wave rectifier = 2Vm/π The RMS value of Half-wave rectifier = Vm/2 The RMS value of Full-wave rectifier = Vm/√2 The link for the other useful videos: 1) Full wave Rectifier: https://youtu.be/74QrYyYsftY 2) Half-Wave Rectifier: https://youtu.be/Ll0IOk_Ltfc 3) How to solve the diode circuits: https://youtu.be/jkEVGQ2lneI 4) RMS and Average Value: https://youtu.be/qDHsokTcgck This video will be helpful to all the students of science and engineering in learning, how to find the RMS and the average value of half wave and full-wave rectifier. #HalfWaveRectifier #FullWaveRectifier #RMSandAverageValue Follow me on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/allaboutelectronics Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALLABOUTELECRONICS/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/all_about.electronics/ Music Credit: http://www.bensound.com/
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Minecraft: using redstone repeaters to send two signals with just one wire
 
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To send two different signals along the same wire without using a clock, make one signal a single pulse using an edge trigger, and make the other signal a double pulse using an edge trigger and a repeater on max delay. Send the outputs of both along your wire. On the receiving end, have a toggle flip-flop. If it gets a single signal, it will turn on. If it gets the double pulse, it will turn on and then off again. Since we are using short pulses anyway, there is no need for an edge trigger. Wire the toggle output to an edge trigger, and then send the edge trigger output through a redstone repeater on max delay. This is the control signal. Wire the toggle output and the control signal to an AND gate. The AND gate will output a pulse if the original signal was a single pulse. Wire the inverted toggle output and the control signal to an AND gate. This AND gate will output a pulse if the original signal was a double pulse. Finally, feed the control signal through another max-delayed redstone repeater and then into a reset on the toggle to prepare the mechanism for the next signal.
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Why 3 Phase AC instead of Single Phase???
 
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#68: Oscilloscope Probe Ground lead length affects on signal quality
 
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This video illustrates the effects that the scope probe's ground lead or ground wire length can have on the integrity of the signal that you measure. The ground wire introduces unwanted inductance into the probe measurement path. This inductance will affect the high frequency content of the signals being measured. For digital signals, this most often results in overshoot and ringing associated with the rising and falling edges of the signals. The faster the rise/fall time of the signal, the more it will be affected by the probe's ground inductance. The video goes through two signal examples, one from a signal generator, and one from an integrated 30MHz CMOS crystal oscillator. The affects of the different ground lead lengths are dramatically shown on the scope.
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Diagnosing Alternator Problems - EricTheCarGuy
 
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Visit me at: http://www.ericthecarguy.com/ I got together with my friends from BBB Industries on this one, we managed to put together a pretty comprehensive step by step on what to do if you suspect an alternator issue. Take the time to go through these steps the next time you suspect a bad alternator and you just may save yourself a trip to the auto parts store. http://www.bbbind.com/ --- Click below and Stay Dirty Visit me at EricTheCarGuy.com http://ericthecarguy.com/ Visit EricTheCarGuy Forum http://www.ericthecarguy.com/forum/default.aspx Visit my Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/EricTheCarGuy --- Stay dirty ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information.  EricTheCarGuy assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video.  Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result.  Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not EricTheCarGuy.
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Electronic Basics #10: Digital to Analog Converter (DAC)
 
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/GreatScottLab Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greatscottlab Previous video: http://youtu.be/np6yp-cN6iE In this video I will show you how a Digital to Analog converter works and how to use one. I will mainly talk about an 8bit R-2R DAC. But also a bit about voltage followers and I2C devices which can also do the job. You want to support my videos? You can browse and buy tools&materials from my Amazon Store. This way I get a small commission: Amazon.de: http://astore.amazon.de/great043-21 Amazon.com:http://astore.amazon.com/gre09a-20 Amazon.co.uk: http://astore.amazon.co.uk/gre0b-21 Or you feel super generous and want to use this Amazon link as your Amazon home page. And do not worry, your purchases are all anonym and the prices are all the same: Amazon.de:http://www.amazon.de/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1638&creative=19454&linkCode=ur2&site-redirect=de&tag=great043-21&linkId=ORZEQZEOVJAFURCZ Amazon.com:http://www.amazon.com/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&linkCode=ur2&tag=gre09a-20&linkId=I5NDCEAVCD2OWM4S Amazon.co.uk:http://www.amazon.co.uk/ref=as_li_ss_tl?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=19450&linkCode=ur2&tag=gre0b-21
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