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Electronic devices on discrete components for industrial and power engineering.

9781420069822

Electronic devices on discrete components for industrial and power engineering.

Gurevich, Vladimir.

CRC / Taylor & Francis

2008

419 pages

$139.95

Hardcover

TK7881

Gurevich, an electrical engineer now working with an electric company in Haifa, describes different functional units and automation devices for industry and electric power engineering that are implemented by modern discrete electronic elements without using micro-electronics or micro-processor-based technologies. They are much cheaper and easier to use than the fancy ones, he says, and can be produced by small companies and even independent amateurs. Among the devices are high-voltage reed relays responding to the current changing rate, overcurrent and overvoltage protection modules, and high-current pulse transducer for metal-oxide surge arresters. For each he provides a diagram and specifications.

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