Best-Selling FTX30 (PZ30) Modular Terminal Combination of Electrical Appliances Wholesale to Kenya
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FTX30 modular terminal combination of electrical is suitable for the power supply system end with rated voltage 30V (or 400V), rated current ≤ 240A, each short-circuit protection of the rated current ≤100A, for the protection of power distribution, overload, short circuit and it passed CCC certificate.
Be very cautious if you attempt this. The voltages produced by these transformers are in the tens of kilovolts, and there is enough current available to seriously harm you. Appropriate precautions should be taken, such as redundant insulation and light-up switches to indicate the device is on.
An interesting phenomenon was observed when I created a high voltage arc onto a large ceramic magnet. The arc fluctuated noisily and even seemed to rotate at a high speed when the arc formed in the centre of the magnet.
This is a flyback transformer from a cathode ray tube (CRT) style television I dismantled. If you decide to try to perform a similar experiment, please research the specific safety precautions that need to be taken when using high voltages and opening CRTs.
The driver circuit is a zero volt switching (ZVS) style driver, which is a self-resonation circuit. For detailed specs, email me or leave a comment. The MOSFETs I used are the popular IRFP250. In this video, I was running it at 12v from a lead acid battery. As you can tell from the video, it runs at a pretty high frequency.
Also, let’s all appreciate that super cool looking switch I used. It lights up and has a safety cover, how cool is that? You can buy one here for only $2.60: http://bit.ly/1R7a2br
The slow mo shots were filmed at 120 fps on a GoPro Hero 3+ Silver. The shots have been slowed down to 25% their original speed.
This video from Sears PartsDirect shows how to replace wall control on a garage door opener. The wall control is mounted inside the garage, next to the door leading into the house. It opens and closes the garage door, and switches on the light on the garage door opener. If you push the control button and get no response from the door, the control is likely defective. You can replace it using the steps in this video. If you have to hold down the control button until the door closes completely, the problem likely is with the safety sensors. Here is a link to our safety sensor replacement video.
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The wall control is mounted inside the garage, next to the door leading into the house. It opens and closes the garage door, and switches on the light on the garage door opener. If you push the control button and get no response from the door, the control is likely defective. You can replace it using the steps in this video. If you have to hold down the control button until the door closes completely, the problem likely is with the safety sensors. Here is a link to our safety sensor replacement video. Wear work gloves to protect your hands. Now, let’s get started. Unplug the garage door opener. Or, turn off the house circuit breaker for the garage door opener. Push down on the control button locking tabs, and then pull the control button off the old wall control. Remove the top mounting screw. Pull the wall control up slightly then outward to release it from the bottom mounting screw. Loosen the wire screws and disconnect the wires from the back of the wall control. Connect the wires to the back of the new wall control. Attach the red-striped wire to the terminal marked red and the white wire to the terminal marked white. Push the slot on the wall control onto the bottom mounting screw and slide the wall control downward to lock it in place. Install the top mounting screw. Reinstall the control button on the new wall control. Plug in the garage door opener.
Or, turn on the house circuit breaker.