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This is a question that in the beginning was confusing but with a little research it all makes sense now.... Most common wires for AC and DC applications are rated at 600v which means they can handle up to 600v. You can use them in 12v systems and 240v systems but the size matters. The other way wires are rated at is in gauges better seen as AWG . This AWG is the most important number you will need to know becus it will tell you how many amps that wire will hold. for example if you have a 14 awg wire regardless of the volts you are using you can only run up to 15amps in that wire. Bigger is better it does reduce loss but if you go to big your connections become difficult to work becus of the size of components. Here are some links you might want to check out (amazon affiliate): Wire Co...
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How to identify speaker cables, strips, and tin ends for soldering; get expert tips and advice from an expert on how to solder electronic equipment in this free instructional video. Expert: Jeff Naylor Contact: www.Mtroniks.com Bio: Jeff Naylor is the owner and operator of Mtroniks Engineering in Mesa, Arizona. Filmmaker: Eric George
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Check out our official website: http://us.tomonews.net/ Check out our Android app: http://goo.gl/PtT6VD Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f ------------------------------------------------------------- Joel Metz, 28, a worker for Fortune Wireless, was decapitated on Wednesday after a heavy boom fell and a cable struck him. After the gruesome accident, the worker's body hung in a safety harness for five hours before crews were able to bring Metz down. Metz was part of a four-person crew from Indianapolis that was working on the tower. At the time of the accident, Metz was on the tower 240 feet high with one other worker. There were two men on the ground. It was initially believed that a snapped cable had decapitated Metz. But investigators found the cable to be intact. --...
Demonstrates 3D static equilibrium analysis of particles with forces applied by cables using vectors to solve the problem. Part 1. This video was created to support courses in the Engineering Department on the Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University. Links to other videos can be found at http://www.engineeringvideos.org This video is made available under the Creative Commons BY-SA license.
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Marseille was kind enough to send me an mCable Gamer Edition Premium HDMI Cable to review, and boy was I pleasantly surprised! Buy mCable: http://www.marseilleinc.com/marseille-mcable-4k-hdmi-gaming-edition/
New Hoover Dam Bridge - Initially, I thought they were building a suspension bridge with the very high towers on both side installed and managing and installing all those expensive high quality cables, but no. In my opinon, they choose the most EXPENSIVE and unnecessary lengthy and WASTAGE way to build this bridge. Surely, it's another way to "skin a cat" - the US Bridge Authority?
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Just thought I'd share a random moment from this weekend where I stumbled across a guy riding his unicycle off-road, downhill, along the edge of a cliff! Also a near miss with some cables! Filmed in Howth, Dublin. Setup: -DJI F450 with E300 Propulsion system and DJI Carbon reinforced props -Naza V2 GPS Flight controller -DJI H3-3D Gimbal with GoPro Hero 3+ Black -Taranis X9D Transmitter and FrSky 2.4 X8R Rx -Turnigy 5000mAh 4S Battery on board for 12-15mins flight time -Sony 800 tvl WDR FPV Camera for flight feed -Turnigy 2 way video feed switcher -IRC 5.8Ghz Video transmitter with Custom made skew -Fat Shark Base Attitude V2 Goggles with Custom made skew
Demonstrates 3D static equilibrium analysis of particles with forces applied by cables using vectors to solve the problem. This video was created to support courses in the Engineering Department on the Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University. Links to other videos can be found at http://www.engineeringvideos.org This video is made available under the Creative Commons BY-SA license.
LTL gives his correction on John McCain who is a Senator of Arizona but he does not correction on McCain and the State of Arizona on the responsible of the deaths of six people including the 9 years old girl who was killed by gunman Jared Loughner age 22 because of the open and gun law of having a semi-automatic rifle in public.
On Monday morning, a major fiber-optic cable in Southeast Asia ruptured, severing a proportion of Vietnam’s internet connection along with it. The fiber-optic cable, called the Asia Gateway Pacific, or AAG, provides communications between North America and Southeast Asia. The rupture occurred on section S1H, the section of the AAG that connects Vietnam with Hong Kong. The fracture has slowed the cable’s ability to transfer information via its optical fibers. Because of the location of the fracture, and because AAG provides a significant portion of Vietnam’s internet capabilities, Vietnam is now experiencing issues with internet connectivity. AAG’s operators are currently working to find the fracture location so that they can weld the pieces back together. Fiber-optic cables, also kno...
A cable attached to a free body exerts a force in the direction of the cable. This video was created to support courses in the Engineering Department on the Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University. Links to other videos can be found at http://www.engineeringvideos.org This video is made available under the Creative Commons BY-SA license.
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I tried to invert the Elevation and Azymuth cables coming into the Unit, in order to check if the faulty display was caused by the El resolver. However, after the cables swap the display remains the same - only El value continued to change.
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How to identify a microphone cable and prep it for soldering; get expert tips and advice from an expert on how to solder electronic equipment in this free instructional video. Expert: Jeff Naylor Contact: www.Mtroniks.com Bio: Jeff Naylor is the owner and operator of Mtroniks Engineering in Mesa, Arizona. Filmmaker: Eric George
We hiked Half Dome in Yosemite National Park on 27th September during our 3 week trip to California, Arizona, Utah and Nevada. This is a video of the perilous cables section of the hike and has been heavily edited to make it watchable, the times were as follows: 05:30 - Set off from the trailhead in the dark - The Mist Trail 10:05 - we're ready to climb the steep granite staircase of sub dome 10:30 - After an 8.5 mile strenuous hike we reach the cables A 15 minute break then we're ready for the final 400 ft ascent up the 46 degree slab of smooth granite to the summit 10:45 - Set off up the cables - The early start was definitely worth it as we made it up the cables in just 20 mins 11:05 - Reached the summit 12:35 - set off down the cables - Spent some time enjoying the views, eating our ...
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