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How to Test an Electrical Outlet to Verify 110 Volt AC Power with a Multimeter

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How to Test an Electrical Outlet to Verify 110 Volt AC Power with a Multimeter

The first thing you want to do when you’re diagnosing or troubleshooting a electrical system, an irrigation electrical system, is make sure that the power is going into the appliance, in this case the clock. My dad was an electrician his whole life and the first thing he always looked at is, is the thing […]

Make your own Li-Ion Battery Pack

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I recently got myself two spools with five meters of white LED strip that I want to utilize in a future portable lighting project, so once again It was time to choose a suitable battery type. Due to the superior gravimetric and volumetric energy density I wanted to either use Lithium Polymer or Lithium Ion. […]

HACKED!: ATX Power Supply with Variable Output Voltage?

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HACKED!: ATX Power Supply with Variable Output Voltage?

In a previous video I showed you how to convert a common ATX power supply into a crude lab bench power supply That features a 12 volt 5 volt and 3.3 volt output Such a supply is definitely a decent start when it comes to testing your electronic circuits But it comes nowhere close to […]

Chemical EFFECTS of Electric CURRENTS Part 2- Physics Class 8th CBSE #12

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Chemical EFFECTS of Electric CURRENTS Part 2- Physics Class 8th CBSE #12

When electric current is passed through a liquid, a chemical reaction takes place, so it is said to cause a chemical effect. For example of a chemical effect, when electricity is passed through electrodes in acidified water, the water decomposes into the two elements it’s made of, Oxygen and Hydrogen. Water, electricity passes through it, […]

Flashlight Batteries 101: Quick and Simple Explanation

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Flashlight Batteries 101: Quick and Simple Explanation

welcome to adventure sport todays episode flashlight batteries 101 today we’ll go over the basic battery types cell chemistry’s charging and discharging safety i’ll explain what the numbers on the batteries mean and i’ll also give you my brand recommendations most common types of batteries used in flashlights are lithium ion and nickel metal hydride […]

Vizio E470i-A0 Blank Screen No Backlights – How to Test Power Supply / Inverter & LEDs

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In this video we will show how to troubleshoot your Vizio model number E470i-A0 by testing the voltages to the LEDs on the power supply / LED Board. If you have this model and the symptom of no backlights, this will help to show if the problem is with the power supply / LED board […]

DIY Lab Bench Power Supply

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DIY Lab Bench Power Supply

Add a 2nd RV Battery

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Add a 2nd RV Battery

Hello YouTube I’m not Chuck and I decided to add a second house battery to my travel trailer in order to have longer times that I can use the batteries the batteries between charging as you can see my battery is located on the tongue of the travel trailer I currently only have one battery […]

Metric Prefix Conversions Tutorial: How to Convert Metric System Prefixes | Crash Chemistry Academy

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Metric Prefix Conversions Tutorial: How to Convert Metric System Prefixes | Crash Chemistry Academy

Welcome to, METRIC PREFIX CONVERSIONS! We will review the various metric prefixes, and then take a look at how to convert from one prefix to another. So the prefixes are given here on the left, and each prefix has a symbol. The base (circle) is the metric unit used with the prefix, which we will […]

How-To Troubleshoot: IC693PWR330 (GE 90-30 Power Supply Tips)

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How-To Troubleshoot: IC693PWR330 (GE 90-30 Power Supply Tips)

Hello, and welcome to pdfsupply.com. Today we’re going to be testing an IC693PWR300 high capacity power supply. This is a high capacity power supply for the 9030 series system, and the test is just going to be basically to show you guys if you have a good working unit, or not. To give a quick […]