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You didn't mention which switch elements are used with the PCB. For usual silicone rubber keys with conductive "pills", the suggested PCB surface options are gold plating, nickel plating or carbon printing. Standard tin plating is used for some consumer products.
Didn't Virtuoso Layout XL show the connections as rubber-bands ??
Just a guess, either a rubber block for stability (anti vibration) or a heat conductive silicone block but why that would be on a capacitor is a mystery. Brian.
I saw in YouTube that some have wearing glove for safety issue to protect from electrical shock,it looks like linens,I had purchased few but are are thick rubber of leather glove which is mostly for high voltage main line installation use,can anyone recommend some brand for me that are comfortable and not so thick
Hi, I have a tiny electronic circuit (RF active antenna with fitted SMA connectors) and I want to enclose it in molten plastic or other resign, so that I can create a short of "rubber duck" antenna. The major concern is the SMA connector, which is fitted in molten plastic in commercial rubber duck antennas. This allows the user to screw the antenna
I picked up a Fluke 96 ScopeMeter SeriesII today that does not power up. I opened the battery compartment to finf the battery had some leakage,but nothing too serious. I put some Duracell batteries in it's place, still finding it still does not power up. Is there a chance the carbon contacts onthe rubber soft keys are worn? Does anyone have
Nobody makes a "silicone" transistor because silicone is a synthetic rubber. A transistor is made of silicon, not silicone. The germanium transistor is missing a resistor from its base to its emitter to turn it off enough that its collector to base leakage current is not amplified by it.
Hello everyone, I am quite confused about the calculation of spring antenna (or rubber ducky antenna defined by Wikipedia). I tried with an online spring/helix antenna calculator to determine the parameters however the results do not seem like a rubber ducky antenna at all. Also, I tried to simulate a such antenna (by measuring its pitch, turns
The heavy part causing the problem is the magnet. Presuming that the magnet is correctly fixed to the speaker base, attaching the speaker base with silicone rubber to the PCB should increase the shock hardiness.
a glass pane terminating as a connector will be usually connected by a "zebra rubber" strip to PCB pads If I were to use a few ULN's, the LCDs are multiplexed. There are 4 COM pins in the LCD. There is a complexity in the LCD's SEG and COM pins. Even when a segment is not glowing, it has to face a voltage which is in pha
In laboratory for electronics it is usual to cover the bench with a rubber canvas stuffed with a metalic mesh for grounding which provides protection at the whole surface. Its terminals must be grounded in the PE, as well as the user must use an anti-static bracelet conected at another terminal. This not only protects the electronic components from
I purchased a development kit recently, and it came with these little rubber things. It took me a minute to work out what they were, but they seem to be some sort of rubber shock-absorber for the board's standoffs. I think of them as 'boots' or 'socks'. :) Any idea where I can get more, or their technical name? 120360[/ATTACH
Hi, first post on this forum. I've got an original SONY TPS-L2 SONY Walkman with original case. It's blue, made in Japan in 1979. Was working, but the tape rubber band snapped so opened it up to replace it, which I did successfully. Unfortunately, the wiring was so delicate, they came loose from their solder points. This was over 20 years ago, so w
As the weld is probably 'live' I can't see it is possible to ground it at all. I suspect the solution is to disconnect the ground wire so the GFI doesn't work then wear insulated rubber boots! Brian.
If you build a soft nose mask out of silicone rubber and terminate it in a tube, then you could build a hot wire anemometer into the tube, as all the input and output air would have to flow through the tube. Frank
Hi I have been trying to simulate the S11 response of this planar circular inductor. It has one glass substrate (brown color), SiO2 layer (red), gold sputtered planar circular inductor and on top of that silicone rubber. I attached an image of this model here. The problem i have been facing are these: 1. In actual measurement i use a SMA male
This is an unusual arrangement, how are you ensuring that the motor is at right angles to the PCB. Have you tried just glueing the motor to the PCB with one of the thick silicon rubber glues. I think in any case you need a jig to hold the motor when its soldered to the board. Frank
To add to previous post... the omnidirectional horizontal path and the dead spot on vertical, yields a meagre gain of only 2dBi . 0dB isotropic or 0 dBi is for a theoretical spherical antenna. This "rubber ducky" choice trades sensitivity with directional pattern or "Directivity Gain" It does not control the transmit level, path loss or Receive
if you are in the garden, and have a rubber hose flowing with water...the water comes out at say 1 gallon per minute, in a wide gushing flow. You now screw on a nozzle at the end of the hose, and the pressure builds up, and the water starts to stream in a pencil thin beam, 20 feet away, but still at 1 gallon per minute...just more directional. Sa
It looks like silicone rubber which is soft and must not be neccessarily removed when changing the batteries. The more interesting point is to desolder the battery tabs properly. I wonder if the board has been originally shipped with silicone attached batteries? It doesn't look very professional. I would normaly expect battery holder in place of