• How do electronic oscillators work?

     Oscillators Oscillators are very important electronic circuits without which computers, clocks, quartz watches and radios would be rendered inoperable. Oscillators produce periodic, oscillating electronic signals mostly sine waves or square waves depending on the component values. This makes them very good sources of repetitive AC. For an oscillator to produce ...
  • Circuit Board Development-Enrgtech LTD

    PCBs Your phone, laptop, car, TV,and microwave all have one thing in common, they all have printed circuit boards (PCBs). PCBs are found in almost every electronic device, they have for a long time formed the foundation of electrical engineering. PCBs are composed of thin layers of conductors “printed” on ...
  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) TO SOON TARGET FACTORIES

     AI and manufacturing Every passing day, in many factories around the globe, there are thousands of individuals peering at tiny, motherboards for hours searching for imperfections. It’s a very tedious job and the individuals are also prone to making errors once in a while. Andrew Ng, an artificial intelligence expert ...
  • SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC IMPROVES ERGONOMICS WITH THE GOAL OF IMPROVING EFFICIENCY IN PRODUCTION

    Ergonomics Did you know that Schneider Electric was the first company to receive both the Robert W. Campbell Award and the Green Cross for safety medal? Well, now you know. You should also know that this recognition was well deserved. Just the same way it does not compromise on the ...
  • Dual DC/DC Converter Power Driver Modules

    DC/DC Converters DC/DC converters take voltage from a Direct Current (DC) source and then converts it from a certain DC voltage level to another. They are used to raise or reduce the voltage level of supply voltage. They are often used in automobiles and household electronics. They are prevalent in ...
  • 3D PRINTING: IS IT THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION OF THE 21ST CENTURY?

    Industrial revolution The wake of 1760 ushered in an era that would forever change how products were manufactured. This revolution that first started out in Britain and ended around 1840 was marked by ashift from hand production techniques to machines, new iron production methods, new chemical manufacturing processes, increased use ...
  • USB TYPE C VS USB 3.1: WHAT ARE THEIR DIFFERENCES?

    Universal Serial Bus (USB) Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a port standard that has been around for close to 20 years now. USB standard defines connectors, cables and communication protocols for communication, power supply and theconnection between computers and other devices. USB has become very popular and has since replaced ...
  • TYPES OF OVERCURRENT AND PROTECTIVE DEVICES IN AC SYSTEMS

    Overcurrent Overcurrent is a situation whereby current more than the intended is passed through a conductor or an electrical circuit leading to the generation of excess heat, fire or damage to the circuit and equipment at large. There are three types of overcurrent based on their cause; Short-circuit Overcurrent Short-circuit ...
  •  Internet of Things: Solutions,Technologies and Market 2018 and Beyond

    The Internet of Things (IoT) Food producers are now capitalizing on loads of data from IoT sensors to manage the safety, quality, and distribution of food products across the globe. Healthcare is leveraging on IoT enabled trackand trace capabilities for critical equipment required during emergencies to ensure urgentpatientcare.Governments and communities ...
  • CONTROL MOTORS USING L293D AND ARDUINO

    The L293D motor driver IC A motor driver IC is an IC chip used to control motors simultaneously and in a bi-directional manner. In a robot, it acts as an interface between microprocessors and the motors. The L293D is one of the most commonly used motor drive IC’s. It is ...