What is voltage? If you live in the U.S., you know that a typical power outlet puts out 120 V. You may know that the battery in your car is 12 V. If you’re an Arduino enthusiast, you know probably know that the Uno has 5 V and 3.3 V outputs. But what does all this …View This Post about Back to the Basics: What is Voltage?
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What is DNS and how does it work? This post will take a bird’s eye view of DNS and answer that question. A while ago, I wrote a similar article about how DHCP works. In it, I made some assumptions about you, the reader. Here I’m going to make the same assumptions and …View This Post about DNS: What it is and How it Works
Exploding Capacitor Carnage Why exploding capacitors? Why desecrate such a useful, universal electronic component? I recently did a post on electrical safety. In it, there was a section on capacitors where I mentioned that small, low voltage capacitors can be dangerous …View This Post about Video – Exploding Capacitor Carnage