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The difference between power adapter and voltage regulator

2019-05-15

The power adapter is higher in voltage without load. If you pick up the load, it will find that its voltage will drop. This is because of its own limitation, just to provide a suitable voltage to the load. The main function of the regulator is to regulate the voltage. It will stabilize the voltage passing through it to a certain extent. If it exceeds or lowers this value, it will have an action. The power adapter does not have this effect. These two can be distinguished according to the use situation. If the load power supply requirements are not high, they can be used interchangeably. However, if the load requires a high power supply, even if the voltage of 1V does not change, then the regulator must be used. Otherwise, you should burn the power without burning the load.

What is surge protector?

2019-04-01

The circuit often generates high operating overvoltages when struck by lightning and when switching on or off inductive loads or large loads. This transient overvoltage (or overcurrent) is called surge voltage (or surge current).

Some Questions about Inverter

2019-03-27

Simply put, an inverter is an electronic device that converts low voltage (12 or 24 volts) direct current to 220 volts alternating current. Because we usually use 220 volt AC to be converted to DC, and the inverter has the opposite effect, hence the name.

What is an Inverter?

2019-03-27

An inverter (Inverter-) popular speaking, the inverter is a direct current (DC) into an alternating current means (AC) of. It consists of an inverter bridge, control logic and filter circuit.

What are Electrical Failures?

2019-03-01

Electrical equipment has been widely used in production, and electrical Failures are inevitable, so do you know what electrical Failures are?

Why You Need a Voltage Protector

2017-12-27

This article is a review of the newly released item by BXST called Voltage Protector. It is co-related with the more familiar Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) item because of its primary function to protect appliances. A Voltage Protector guarantees us the same protection in the case of an over-voltage or an under-voltage.