Typical Examples of Troubleshooting

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Typical Examples of Troubleshooting
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POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITS All electronic equipment and systems need a power unit for operation. Although in some equipment, the power may be derived from a battery, but more often, it is obtained from the single phase AC power mains. Since most of the modern solid state equipment operates on low DC voltages, the purpose of the power supply is to convert the 230V, 50 Hz AC mains supply into a form necessary for operating the internal circuitry of the equipment, which is usually a regulated DC voltage. Since all parts of an equipment need power to run,
Dr R.S. Khandpur: TROUBLESHOOTING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT: Includes Repair And Maintenance, Second Edition. Typical Examples of Troubleshooting, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003), AccessEngineering Export