At the end of the year 2013, some topics remained without answer. Maybe you could help the members to solve their problem.

Don’t forget: it takes 5 minutes to do it and the person asking may become the one to answer YOUR questions in the future!

1. How to build a device to detect a faulty transformer?

2. I recently came across a very old, very strange electric motor, can you help me?

3. How to design a Grid-Tied PV

Thanks in advance for your active contribution to our community.

Moderator team

This month let us introduce you one of our forum members: Eric Kench, P.E.

  • Licensed professional engineer
  • Living in New York
  • Electrical engineering in general interest him a lot
  • 24 years work experience in the engineering sector after graduating from Polytechnic Institute of New York

  • If you would like to become a moderator yourself, you can tell us by mail

    Types of Circuit Breakers

    Circuit breakers have been classified into a number of types, based on different categories they have been subdivided into. What are the different types?

    Check the fourth part of one of our members tutorial on Circuit breakers and the top 3 of the most used ones.

    3D printing and its impact on electronic goods

    Without doubt 2013 has been a year of technology driven innovation. 3D printing represents one area of progress achieved. Development went so far in the area that researchers were able to print a bionic human ear.

    What’s your opinion on this topic? Have you already heard about it?

    Low Voltage Circuit Breakers

    One of the major classifications of circuit breakers is based on the voltage levels they operate on. On this basis we classify the circuit breakers into two main types, which are: High Voltage Circuit Breakers and Low Voltage Circuit Breakers.

    This is the fifth part of Nasir’s tutorial on Circuit Breakers, which deals with the majors of low voltage circuit breakers, their construction, working and functionality. Did it help?


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