Electrical circuits are controlled by relays, electromagnetic switches that frequently enable low voltage signals to turn on or off higher voltage circuits. Relays are very adaptable and are used in a wide variety of electrical equipment, including industrial machinery, automobiles, and aircraft.
Choosing the right electronic components is crucial for the success and reliability of any electronic design. An error made in the component selection can cause serious damages up to an extent of thrashing and disqualifying the entire design and the product.
Electrostatic field meters are useful for measuring the static charge on surfaces in a wide range of applications, including electronics manufacturing, cleanrooms, and industrial production processes. They can be used to detect potential electrostatic discharge hazards that could damage sensitive equipment or cause safety risks.
IC pins refer to the metal legs or connectors on an integrated circuit (IC) that allow it to be connected to other electronics components. The number of IC pins can vary depending on the specific IC and its intended purpose.