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5/8/2014

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The Agilent B1506A Power Device Analyzer is a complete solution that can help identify substandard devices under actual circuit operating conditions, including a wide voltage and current range (3 kV and 1500 A) and a wide temperature measurement range (-50 degrees C to +250 degrees C).
The Agilent B1506A Power Device Analyzer is a complete solution that can help identify substandard devices under actual circuit operating conditions, including a wide voltage and current range (3 kV and 1500 A) and a wide temperature measurement range (-50°C to +250°C).

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prabhakar_deosthali
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Micro Fuel Cells
prabhakar_deosthali   5/10/2014 2:03:15 AM
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Micro fuel cells are interesting!

One can build the required AH capacity by using a stack of such cells. They will save space as well as will be environment friendly , I guess

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comcast123   5/9/2014 12:05:44 AM
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We must practice how to save energy in ouir homes to minimize power consumption and air pollution. - Kris Krohn

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