Category: <span>Hardware</span>

Types of Power Quality Events 

Power Quality Solution Introduction:  Power systems have become polluted with unwanted variations in the voltage and current signal due to the use of nonlinear loads and sensitive electronic equipment. The demand for high-quality power is ever-increasing due to the deregulation of the power industry. Continuous monitoring is required because of the increasing demand for clean […]
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Junction Box and their types

Junction Boxes An enclosure housing electrical connections are referred to as an electrical junction box. Junction boxes protect the electrical connections from the elements and prevent unintentional electric shocks from passing to people. An electrical conduit may include a small metal or plastic junction box. An electrical enclosure that contains one or more wiring connections […]
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Optical Fiber types and features

Optical Fiber Cables The technique that sends information as light pulses via a glass or plastic fiber is known as fiber optics, often known as optical fiber. Additionally, it is frequently utilised in telecommunications services like the internet, television, and telephones. For long-distance and high-performance data networking, fiber optics are utilized. In order to give […]
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What should I know before buying a PLC and advantages of using Modular PLC? 

Instruction before buying a PLC and advantages of using Modular PLC Every system must eventually reach a point where it can be scaled or designed for more specific applications.  Our iEngineering Programmable Logic Controller has responded to the technical advancements by diversifying into several varieties that are suitable for each individual application, thereby maximizing each […]
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What is a heating element and how does it work? 

Heating Elements   A heating element is a material or device that directly converts electrical energy into heat or thermal energy through a principle known as Joule heating.  Joule‘s first law (Joule-Lenz law) is used to describe the amount of heat produced from the flow of electricity in a conductor. This is expressed as,  P = […]
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What is SCADA and how does it work?

SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition)  SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) is a type of software application used to regulate industrial processes by acquiring data in real-time from remote places and regulating equipment and conditions. SCADA gives enterprises the tools they need to make and implement data-driven choices about their industrial processes.  SCADA, one […]
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