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Ken Finney

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"chenzen" <hellokula@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Thanks to the replies.

Can anybody shed light on the type of IC programmer needed.

Thanks in advance
If you use the ISD2560 type chips, you don't need a "programmer", in the
usual sense.

http://www.isd.com/products/isd_products/chipcorder/datasheets/2560/ISD2560.pdf
 
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Mark

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"J?rgen D." <jurgen.deketelaere@student.khbo.be> wrote in message
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Hello,

I'am an engineer Student and I have an assigment for school.
I have to find out what material has te lowest temperature to get
superconduntive...
Can you help me find out???
greetz

Jürgen D
Yup, check out this web address:

www.justfuckinggoogleit.com
 
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Andre Bonin

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J?rgen D. wrote:

Hello,

I'am an engineer Student and I have an assigment for school.
I have to find out what material has te lowest temperature to get superconduntive...
Can you help me find out???
greetz

Jürgen D
You need to find the material that has its lowest energy level at a
lowest temperature to form a Bose-einstein condensate.
 
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Andre Bonin

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Andre Bonin wrote:

J?rgen D. wrote:

Hello,

I'am an engineer Student and I have an assigment for school.
I have to find out what material has te lowest temperature to get
superconduntive...
Can you help me find out???
greetz

Jürgen D


You need to find the material that has its lowest energy level at a
lowest temperature to form a Bose-einstein condensate.
OOPS my mistake (realized after i posted) you wanted superconductivity
now superfluidity.

That's what happends when you post and you don't sleep :p

Maby this can help you
http://ffden-2.phys.uaf.edu/212_fall2003.web.dir/Aaron_Kennard/Two%20Types.html
 
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Robert Scibienski

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On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 05:04:38 GMT, Ross Herbert
<rherber1SPAMEX@bigpond.net.au> wrote:
Yes, but have you considered that to get a solenoid capable of
generating 0.76hp into a footprint of 1.5 in sq is going to take some
remarkable engineering.
Which brings us back to my original query. Do you know any remarkable
engineers? <G>
 
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Watson A.Name - \"Watt Su

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"J?rgen D." <jurgen.deketelaere@student.khbo.be> wrote in message
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Hello,
I'm an engineer student and have the task to research something about
superconducting materials.
I need to know what material has the lowest temperature to get
superconductive...
Who can help me???
greetz

Jürgen D
Hydrogen? i've heard that it does some very odd things when it is in
its solid state. Same with helium.
 
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Ross Herbert

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On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 18:15:13 GMT, rjscibienski@sbcglobal.net (Robert
Scibienski) wrote:

|On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 05:04:38 GMT, Ross Herbert
|<rherber1SPAMEX@bigpond.net.au> wrote:
|>
|>Yes, but have you considered that to get a solenoid capable of
|>generating 0.76hp into a footprint of 1.5 in sq is going to take some
|>remarkable engineering.
|
|Which brings us back to my original query. Do you know any remarkable
|engineers? <G>


Miracles we can do. but the impossible takes a bit longer.....
 
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Ross Herbert

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On 30 Sep 2004 00:32:51 -0700, jurgen.deketelaere@student.khbo.be
(J?rgen D.) wrote:

|jurgen.deketelaere@student.khbo.be (J?rgen D.) wrote in message news:<bdc28a46.0409290609.18227699@posting.google.com>...
|> Hello,
|> I'm an engineer student and have the task to research something about
|> superconducting materials.
|> I need to know what material has the lowest temperature NEEDED to get
|> superconductive...
|> Who can help me???
|> greetz
|>
|> Jürgen D
|
|Sorry, but I asked the question wrong yesterday...
|I want to know of course what the HIGHEST temperature is to get a
|material superconductive...
|Can anybody help me...???
|greetz
|
|Jürgen D.

http://www.webcom.com/cfsc/scpart1.html
 
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borzoo

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plz tell me how can i use 7107 in single +5v mode with
good precision
 
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me

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Gusti Hueber schrieb:
For a project I need a Hydrgen-filled LED. Can anyone tell me if these
exist, and if so, who are the manufacturers?
Where is the super prc e7...


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Ken Smith

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In article <bdc28a46.0409290559.2b115ea9@posting.google.com>,
J?rgen D. <jurgen.deketelaere@student.khbo.be> wrote:
Hello,

I'am an engineer Student and I have an assigment for school.
I have to find out what material has te lowest temperature to get
superconduntive...
Can you help me find out???
greetz
I'm fairly sure its an oxide of Neon you want.

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Dieter Wiedmann

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Jarkko Vaananen schrieb:

BBC CS250-12 thyristor.
BBCs numbering system is easy:

CS: silicon thyristor (SCR)
250: current rating 250A (av.)
12: voltage rating 1200V

There should be also two letters, first is the critical voltage rise in
off state, second tells the turn off time.


HTH&regards,
Dieter
 
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Eric

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one has ADJ and the other has ?

What are they, who makes them, most likely packaging.

"Hanse Schmid" <fsisys@gmx.net> wrote in message
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Pls could you let me know the difference between SP8793ADJ and SP8793 ?


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Watson A.Name - \"Watt Su

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"Michael" <NoSpam@att.net> wrote in message
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Franc Zabkar wrote:

On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 18:29:53 -0800, "Watson A.Name - \"Watt Sun, the
Dark Remover\"" <NOSPAM@dslextreme.com> put finger to keyboard and
composed:

That PDF is schlect.

What is schlect?

The correct spelling is "schlecht".


You're probably correct. I speak the language much better than I
spell it, and
I speak it poorly. :)

"Schlecht" is one of those delicious words which sound pretty much
like what
they mean.
If this is a delicious word, does that mean I can eat the diode?

Offhand, I'd say you're not doing too good with English, either.. ;-)
 
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Clarence

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James T. White

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"CA Zuke" <ceauke@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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.. It seems like the socket pins are too thin for the breadboard.
Are there different kind of sockets or what can I do to remedy this?
Sounds like you were using sockets with flat tails. You might try substituting
machined pin sockets. Just be careful that the machined pins aren't so big that
they stretch your breadboard sockets.

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James T. White
 
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nospam

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google@grahamd.info (Graham) wrote:

Hi,
I'm trying to make myself an aux out for my Pioneer headunit, using
their IP-Bus connector. The cable is really simple (although to buy
one costs a fortune) and the RCA/Photo's elements are obvious.

However, it appears that there is a componenent in between the data
bus ground and data bus positive cables. Its the silver square with a
whole in it in the center of the top picture.

http://www.grahamd.staghosting.com/pioneer_ipbus/cd-rb10_photo.jpg

It'd be a big help if anyone could identify what this is,
Looks mechanical to me. I imagine the hole is threaded or it contains a
nut. It is connected electrically to what I would guess are the cable
screens so they would be connected to the chassis of what ever it mounts
in.
 
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R.Lewis

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"Rich Grise" <null@example.net> wrote in message
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On Saturday 09 October 2004 10:07 am, R.Lewis did deign to grace us with
the
following:
...
Best guess is that re-wiring the plug merely made good a poor contact.
Household mains powered equipment does not have a 'polarity'.

Oh, it most certainly does! It's just not "plus" and "minus," it's "hot"
and "neutral." Reversing them is a safety issue.
Reversing them is *not* a safety issue.
American, canadian, australian, japanese & european standards (plus
presumably many more) all require this to be so and have done for decades.
 
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dd

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In message <9b58ea86.0410100758.756c1040@posting.google.com>, George
Francis <w3ase@comcast.net> writes
Hi:

I need two or three 7th overtone xtals for a receiver osc.(2mtrs.) at
168.315Mc. OR if I put the osc. on the low side of R.F I can use a 5th
overtone (assuming they can be cut for a fund. above 20Mc.) at a
frequency of 125.715 Mc. Where can I purchase so few? With miniumum
delay? The I.F. is 21.3 MC and the repeater is at 147.015 Mc. Thanks,
GHF
Most crystals now come from the far east in volume not 1 offs.
Small local manufacturers can be found who buy in blanks and do the
final adjustment themselves.
Blanks (fundental) up to 30 MHz are common now.
A major problem is having the equipment to adjust at 5th or 7th overtone
..
In the UK try Quartslab (Kent?)
--
dd
 
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