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Is Your Factory Power Source Corrupting Your Product Testing?

On November 7, 2013 our blog asks “Is Your Factory Power Source Corrupting Your Product Testing?” this blog / white paper is a detail extension of the previous blog. Written by Steve Boegle, Lead Engineer sboegle@behlman.com Synopsis: This paper describes … Continue reading

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Is Your Factory Power Source Corrupting Your Product Testing?

When it comes to product testing new electrical and electronic equipment, having a consistently reliable source of AC power is of paramount importance While you may feel confident that the AC power lines in your manufacturing plant or design facility … Continue reading

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Powering Up an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

The utility of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is unquestioned. They are quickly assuming responsibility for much of the surveillance and reconnaissance work previously handled by human pilots in the armed forces. And the range of possible future applications, both in … Continue reading

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Dealing with AC Line Harmonics in Three-phase Inputs

These days, more and more loads connected to AC power lines draw currents that are not sinusoidal. The typical example is the AC supply for a computer. When AC voltage is applied to the power supply’s diode bridge (see Figure … Continue reading

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