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  1. Hi, Thanks for pointing us to this. We are working to make it work like you said. For now you can see your username when logged in. We will make this site wide the following days. Best,
  2. Today we are announcing our collaboration with SnapEDA.com, the first and leading electronics design search engine of the web, that each year, over a million hardware designers around the world use it to design electronics faster, making everything from smartwatches, to drones, and robots. They provide ready-to-use building blocks for design, including symbols & PCB footprints, their library shaves days off product development, allowing designers to focus on optimization and innovation. With a common purpose of making engineers’ lives easier, SnapEDA and Electronics-Lab have teamed up to provide their engineering community with SnapEDA’s seamless CAD search experience on Electronics-Lab.com. This new integration will allow engineers to search, discover and download millions of CAD models (symbols, footprints, and 3D models) directly from Electronics-lab.com. Engineers will also be able to find other resources like datasheets, technical specifications, and purchase options. Here are some of the key features that Electronics-Lab users will experience with the new SnapEDA integration: Search millions of electronic component models by manufacturer, orderable part number, specs, and packaging. Download the symbols and footprints in over 15 PCB design formats including Altium, KiCad, Autodesk EAGLE & Fusion360, Cadence Allegro, OrCAD, Pulsonix, DipTrace, Proteus, & more. Find component datasheets. Check prices, stock availability, and purchase components directly from major distributors’ sites including Digikey, Mouser, Arrow, Online components, RS Components, among others. Request CAD models if they’re not yet available in SnapEDA’s parts library with our InstaPart service. This new collaboration will help engineers find the components they need, by searching either by part number, manufacturer, or general keywords like ‘20 pin SMD connector’ How to Search and Download SnapEDA CAD Models from Electronics-Lab.com Go to https://www.electronics-lab.com/snapeda-cad-models/?/#/ Search for any keyword like ‘Ultrasonic MEMS’
  3. I just removed the unnecessary part, after the useful URL. A URL like that will work: https://www.ebay.com/itm/281873849657
  4. I fixed the URL for you! I think it's a 1.5uF / 250V capacitor the one you are looking for.
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    Hi there, welcome onboard!
  6. admin

    New here!

    Hi and welcome to elab!, feel free to start you own topics. Best,
  7. Download for PSpice Student version 9.1 is located here: https://www.electronics-lab.com/downloads/circutedesignsimulation/?page=5
  8. As per my point of view, you will not have any issue as these are short pulses of light that can't increase the temperature of the CMOS sensor from a distance. So i think you are on the safe side.
  9. How much intense is the flash of welding process ? Can you show us a video here?
  10. Could you post some screenshots and a description why someone should download this ?
  11. I made the font darker, could you reload and check now ?
  12. Seems like you are on low resolution screen and that the page is loaded in tablet mode. So that's why you see the menu like that, and possible font alteration. The white space is not empty is the advertising space that you ad blocker prevents from showing, so we can't do much about that. I will try to make the fonts a tone darker to see if this has any effect.
  13. Thanks for your feedback, please attach a screenshot for both issues and i will make appropriate corrections. What monitor are you using ?
  14. admin

    New here!

    Hi and welcome, What made you sign up to this community? Are you interested on electronics and tech related stuff? Do you build circuits ?
  15. Please fix the font color. Thanks
  16. You may quote here: https://www.iclocator.com https://www.oemstrade.com https://www.nsncomponents.com
  17. It seems the complete part number is ASEK01CB or ASEK-01-CB, and you may search on obsolete distributors online with that part number.
  18. What is the ASEK-01 you are looking for? Any reference online ?
  19. Could you point us to the original video? Have you tried to contact the author of it ?
  20. Hello and welcome to our community, You may want to try the PCB Panelizer & Gerber Tool Suite , the first here: https://www.electronics-lab.com/downloads/pcb I have myself tried it, but wasn't able to export correct Gerbers, so i am also looking for an alternative. Best Regards,
  21. Hi and welcome, Could you please give us more info on the SSR you will use ?
  22. If you see the schematic of both Power Supply + IR2153 together, ground looks shorting but both PCBs are separate so actually ground is not shorting, both PCBs are connected through only 3 wires, check the picture, if you see schematic of both it looks confusion, if you build the circuit and connect as per picture it will work perfectly,
  23. Hi Jackson and welcome to our community. The 1/2V is actually the reference GND where the +V and -V are referred. This means that +V and -V are connected to your load with GND as 0V. The same applies for CN2 and CN1
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    I have removed the referred topics from the community.
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