Asked in Technology
What is a spring dividers used for?
Spring Dividers are used for measuring distances between two points, transferring or comparing measurements directly from a rule, or for scribing an arc, radius, or circle. A spring divider consists of two sharp points at the end of straight legs, held apart by a spring and adjusted by means of a screw and nut. The spring divider is available in sizes from 3 to 10 inches in length. ...
What is meant by loading of a voltage divider circuit?
A: A voltage divider does not guaranty that the voltage will be set because the load on the divider will effect the value as part of the divider equation. ...
Asked in Electronics Engineering
What is function of a divider in electrical system?
what is function of a voltage divider in electrical system
How is voltage divided?
Voltage can be divided by a voltage divider, also known as a potential divider. Scroll down to related links and look at "Calculations:voltage divider (potentiometer) - damping pad - loaded and open circuit (unloaded) - voltage drop at the voltage divider" ...
Asked in Electronics Engineering
What are the two advantages of voltage divider bias?
voltage divider bias is used to get a stable Q point.
If you get 2 male beta fishes and put a divider between them but they are not violent can you remove the divider?
it means u have benn rapped
What is the difference between a loaded voltage divider and a series-parallel circuit?
A voltage divider is a series parallel circuit.
Can 2 male bettas live in a 3 gallon tank with a divider?
Yes with a divider but without they will kill each other.
What is the difference between a voltage divider circuit and voltage regulator I was told if the circuit consumes low current then the voltage divider can be used what does that mean?
A: that is true for less current a divider is OK it has to do with the series resistance and loading if the loading is forever fixed and the source is also fixed at a value then a divider can be used no matter what the current is. ...
How will you measure the length of a curved line using divider?
first we will put the divider in the starting of line then we will make points than we can measure it. ...
What is a room divider?
A room divider divides a room. One sort of room divider is the Japanese shoji. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoji A room divider is also a partially enclosed workspace, separated from neighboring workspaces by partitions, generally five to six feet high. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cubicle Cheers ebs ...
How do design a high voltage voltmeter?
Use a voltage divider and an standard high input impedance voltmeter connected to the low voltage output tap of the divider. Just check that: a) the voltage divider has enough resistance to minimize loading of the voltage source (The voltage divider resistance should be as high as possible). b) the voltmeter's input impedance is at least 10-20 times larger than the output resistance (impedance) of the divider. If necessary add a high-input impedance amplifier or a transducer between the divider output and the voltmeter. What...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Is the power divider and inter axle lock the same?
Power divider and interaxle differential are two names used to describe the same thing. The lock simply ensure that both outputs from the power divider always rotate at the same speed. ...
Asked in Freshwater Aquariums
Divider on your tank and the filter only works on one side of the divider?
Use a less powerful filter, and put one on each side.
Asked in Definitions
What is the definition of stiff voltage divider?
A voltage divider in which the base current is small compared to the current in R2 (resistor in other path to ground) is said to be a stiff voltage divider because the voltage is relatively independent of different transistors and temperature effects. ...