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MONITORING EQUIPMENT
ELECTRONIC PRODUCT
ELECTRONIC PACKAGING
MATERIALS
EDUCATION
UNITED STATES
MAINTENANCE
INSTRUMENTS
CABLES
REPAIR
CAMERAS
MANUFACTURER
PRODUCTION
VINEGAR
HEAVY METALS
CIRCUITS
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
COMPUTER HARDWARE
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
SOFTWARE
MEASURING EQUIPMENT
SHEET METAL
COMPONENTS
MUSIC
LIGHT
POWER SOURCE
ELECTRICAL
CONSUMER ELECTRONICS
TELEVISIONS
MANUFACTURE
SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS
ANTENNAS
METALS
THORIUM
TRANSISTORS
COMPUTERS
MICROCONTROLLERS
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Electronic Equipment"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Electronic equipment is usually offered for sale at the Edison-New Jersey, and Los Angeles-California auction sales centers.
  2. The electronic equipment is a Length counter with 2 relay output.
  3. Obsolete electronic equipment is a rapidly expanding problem in today's economy.
  4. As with any electronic equipment, a computer user with general computer knowledge can plug in a firewall, adjust a few settings and have it work. (Web site)
  5. As with all electronic equipment, the router on your home network will eventually have to be replaced.

Monitoring Equipment

  1. Electric power companies use electronic equipment to operate and control generating plants, substations, and monitoring equipment.

Electronic Product

  1. As product innovations multiply and electronic product use increases, the lifespan of electronic equipment has shrunk.

Electronic Packaging

  1. Thermal Design of Electronic Equipment is the only book that specifically targets the formulas used by electronic packaging and thermal engineers. (Web site)

Materials

  1. They asked for technical assistants, electronic equipment, space and materials available to other composers free of charge. (Web site)

Education

  1. Workers with varying levels of education find employment opportunities in the electronic equipment manufacturing industry.

United States

  1. Its major imports from the United States are electronic equipment, chemicals, vehicles, wheat, and machinery. (Web site)

Maintenance

  1. Contractor operation and maintenance of training devices, simulators, and electronic equipment.

Instruments

  1. Gold is nonreactive in the instruments and is highly reliable in the electronic equipment and life-support devices.

Cables

  1. Electromagnetic signals radiate from electronic equipment and cables.

Repair

  1. See the document: Troubleshooting and Repair of Consumer Electronic Equipment for additional info on soldering and rework techniques. (Web site)

Cameras

  1. Spycraft Sells RF surveillance and counter measures electronic equipment with wireless functions, cameras, and audio devices.
  2. Bobbins are typically found in sewing machines, cameras, and within electronic equipment. (Web site)

Manufacturer

  1. Manufacturer and service of industrial electronic equipment from India.

Production

  1. Active in production, development, and sales of multiple-pin connectors and pins for electronic equipment.
  2. As an electronic engineering technician, you'll assist in the production and maintenance of a wide variety of electronic equipment.

Vinegar

  1. Thus, épée fencers became renowned for their reek of vinegar until the invention of electronic equipment.

Heavy Metals

  1. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment is one of the largest known sources of heavy metals and pollutants in the waste stream.

Circuits

  1. Most circuits shown here can be built with common components available from Radio Shack or salvaged from scrap electronic equipment. (Web site)

Technical Information

  1. Air Cooling Technology for Electronic Equipment is a handy source of technical information for anyone who wants to get the most out of air cooling. (Web site)

Computer Hardware

  1. Electronic equipment includes radar, computer hardware, and communications and video equipment. (Web site)

Surgical Instruments

  1. Many surgical instruments, electronic equipment and life-support devices are made using small amounts of gold.

Software

  1. Roland Corporation TYO: 7944 is a Japanese manufacturer of electronic musical instruments, electronic equipment and software.
  2. Contract design, engineering, manufacturing and testing of custom electronic equipment, including circuit boards, hardware, and software. (Web site)

Measuring Equipment

  1. Distance measuring equipment, often called DME, is one of the nicest and most valuable pieces of electronic equipment in the aircraft.

Sheet Metal

  1. For example, in the formation of the housings for electronic equipment, sheet metal is bent along a first bend line within certain tolerances. (Web site)

Components

  1. Electronics Distributors Corporation - Distributor of components for sound and electronic equipment.
  2. Manufacturer and supplier of electronic equipment, kits, components and supplies for education, training and application.

Music

  1. Electronic music is a loose term for music created using electronic equipment.

Light

  1. The electronic equipment you choose to light up your network is your only bandwidth constraint.

Power Source

  1. A device connected between a computer or another piece of electronic equipment and a power source, such as an electrical outlet.

Electrical

  1. Avionic engineers are concerned with the electrical and electronic equipment on aircraft including instruments, radio and radar.
  2. These complex pieces of electronic equipment are installed, maintained, and repaired by electrical and electronics installers and repairers.
  3. Interference: Electrical or electromagnetic disturbances which introduce undesirable responses into other electronic equipment. (Web site)

Consumer Electronics

  1. Consumer electronics are electronic equipment intended for everyday use by people.

Televisions

  1. Many used televisions, monitors, printers, and other types of electronic equipment are finding their fate in attics, basements, and warehouses.

Manufacture

  1. Electrical and electronics engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment.
  2. Design and manufacture of custom electronic equipment.

Scientific Instruments

  1. Scientific instruments, internal-combustion engines, and electronic equipment are manufactured, but Croydon is largely residential.

Antennas

  1. Repair, test, adjust, or install electronic equipment, such as industrial controls, transmitters, and antennas.
  2. Antennas is the accepted plural of antenna when it refers to electronic equipment, in contrast to antennae for arthropod feelers.

Metals

  1. Electronic equipment contains metals and other materials that can become hazardous to human health and the environment if they are not properly managed.
  2. The major industries in Taipei are electrical and electronic equipment, textiles, metals, shipbuilding, and motorcycles. (Web site)

Thorium

  1. Because thorium has a low work-function and high electron emission, it is used to coat tungsten wire used in electronic equipment.

Transistors

  1. Before the development of transistors, vacuum tubes (or in the UK thermionic valves or just valves) were the main active components in electronic equipment.

Computers

  1. A modem is a piece of electronic equipment that takes data from computers and superimposes it onto the carrier signals of public telecommunications systems.
  2. Such diodes form the basis for more complex semiconductor devices (including transistor s) used in computers and other electronic equipment. (Web site)
  3. Intuitives use scapolite on computers, TV's and other electronic equipment to absorb and negate EMF emissions. (Web site)

Microcontrollers

  1. Microcontrollers are inside many kinds of electronic equipment (see embedded system). (Web site)

Integrated Circuits

  1. We sell integrated circuits and software for modem products primarily to leading manufacturers of personal computers, modems and other electronic equipment.

Electronic Equipment

  1. Virtually all electronics requires a DC supply but mains power is AC so rectifiers find uses inside the power supplies of virtually all electronic equipment. (Web site)
  2. Virtually all electronic devices require DC, so rectifiers find uses inside the power supplies of virtually all electronic equipment. (Web site)
  3. Integrated circuits are used in almost all electronic equipment in use today and have revolutionized the world of electronics. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Power Supplies
  2. Technology > Energy > Electricity > Electronics
  3. Nature > Systems > Embedded Systems > Microcontrollers
  4. Sheet Metal
  5. Energy > Electricity > Electronics > Integrated Circuits
  6. Books about "Electronic Equipment" in Amazon.com

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