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  1. I am looking for a special type of snap on connector. Please follow the link to see the picture. I need the "electrode female button". They are normally use as EMG, EKG electrode connectors. Does anyone know the "engineering" name of those connector and where I can buy them? Thanks
  2. I just read a MBRS140T3 document from osemi.com, MBRS140T3 is a chip of Schottky Power Rectifier. Two leads are in the MBRS140T3 chip. That makes me confused My understand for a rectifier is something like a diode bridge which convert the AC to DC. It should have 2 AC input and 2 DC output (one is gnd) connectors. I am afraid I misunderstand what is power rectifier, so I google it. The answer from google is "Power rectifiers supply power from an AC source to a DC load". Now the MBRS140T3 chip has only 2 leads. One should be AC input, the other one should be DC output. I guess the only possibility is that it cut the negative voltage half cycle and only use the positive half. Am I correct?? If that is the case. How I should connect the Schottky Power Rectifier to get 100% duty cycle in "positive voltage output" (not 50% positive and 50% negative)? THanks
  3. Hi, I am reading a neural network book and try to learn it by myself. I have some idea how neural network could use to classify time-independent patterns (like classify between 2 letters). However, I have no clue how it can classify a time signal. For example, I want to classify whether a song is singed by a male/female singer. How to do that?? I need only general conceptual suggestion. Any thing like websites suggestion will help Thanks
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    Load cell question

    Thanks so much ! :thumbup1:
  6. Dear all, I am working on a system which has a load cell on it. I previously worked with 4 output lines load cell. The one I see here has 3 lines output. One of the line is connected across both side. Could anyone please provide some information about this type of load cell? (the specific name, theory, document, anything) Thanks
  7. Just go to the developer day today. My 1st time to go to LabVIEW Developer Education Day Reason that you should go If you want to know how LAVA is popular (almost all NI speakers/presenters metion LAVA) If you want to get $200 voucher for exam If you want to get $2000 online course material (3% chance to win today) If you want to get bestbuy gift card (8% chance to win today) If you want to know about some how to "Improving the Performance of Your LabVIEW Applications " If you want to know some tricks for your CLD exam. ==very good, I can't find the presentation material online. ==Using 3-4 pages of ppt slide to summarize what you need to get high points in styles and documentation (so you don't need to read the style book). I found that this is very useful ==Tell you some "Timing" property that you may need to use in the exam. It is very difficult if you have not thought this ahead. Reason that you should not go If you don't want to get bored to listen "Speed Up LabVIEW Development" (Poor material, not because of the speaker/presenter) If you don't think you can follow a 2 hrs very pure programming topic "Graphical Scripting for LabVIEW" I will strongly suggest you that to join this event if you plan to take the certification exam
  8. I learned this topic years ago, and I want someone to confirm my understanding Assume I have 2 diodes. The reverse breakdown (BD) voltages are 10V and 6V respectively. They are connected in series. -----|>|----------|>|------- | ..............................| | ..............................| | ..............................| ----------- (-8V+)--------- I think if the 10V BD-diode is on the right and the 6V BD-diode is on the left, both of them will still be OK If they switch the position, the 6V BD-diode will breakdown Am I right????
  9. I think I found what I need ulta-capacitor Maxwell technology * BCAP0350E250T03 * ~$23 each (sale: rell.com) * 350F/2.5V * max peak current 220A * OD = 33 X L = 62 mm * BCAP0100 P270 * ~$18 each (sale: Tecate Group) * 100F/2.7V * max current 54A * 0.025 kg * OD =25.0 X L=50.0 mm
  10. Do you believe this?? Is it just a battery inside the cover???? <h2 class="product_name">Super Capacitor - 10F/2.5V</h2>13x33.5mm http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=746 data sheet http://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Components/TS12S-R.pdf
  11. Thanks! I am trying to look for another information which is the amount of Watts that a 1.5V rechargeable battery can produce. I just read an information which said that a "D" battery can produce 28A. This is too impressive . I am not sure the information is right. However, I only need 4-5 "D" batteries if the information is right
  12. I want to use capacitors because I need to make sure the power supply is stable for that 1s. The battery power pack may not be able to generate enough current to meet the motor requirement, so I use the capacitors to store enough energy for the 1s usage. The idea is similar to a "flash" in a camera.
  13. I think I should explain a bit more clear Requirement: Motor generate strong torque for 1s and then have 1s break Information of the motor: to meet the required torque 5A@30V can do that Constriction: Use ~12V 2400mAh battery pack and the control circuit as small as possible My plan was: boost up 12V to 30V and store the energy in capacitors; a controller will control the discharge the power to motor and recharge the capacitors. My question was: Where I can find the capacitors which is suitable for my project
  14. Dear all, I tried to build up a circuit which controls current though a DC motor. The motor needs to generate strong torque; and the input power will be battery ~12V 2400mAh battery pack. Previously, the motor has been tested. The peak current needed is 5A@30V for ~1s. Then there will be 1 second break before another peak. My plan is to build up a "capacitor train" which has ~5 "high energy density" capacitors. My circuit will include a boost up circuit to change the 12V to 30V DC and then charge the capacitors. After that, the circuit will control the capacitors discharge the energy to motor in sequence; and it will control the recharge of capacitors. (The circuit has to be as small as possible) my questions is where I can find the small and "high energy density" capacitors for this circuit?
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