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From: "Tarver Engineering"
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Subject: Re: (Avionics) How can this circuit produce an "inductive surge"?
Date: Sat, 28 Sep 2002 22:51:01 -0700
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"Peter Gottlieb" wrote in message
> "Tarver Engineering" wrote in message
> > It would seem your specs are gibberish.
> Not my specs, I can't take credit for them unfortunately; nor am I at
> liberty to give you specifics. However, do not be so quick to dismiss
> Those specs were responsible for some of the best power protection
> ever created.
You do know that floresent ligting is far harder on an UPS than an induction
motor, do you not?
> > Leaving the avionics bus off during starting would be the best way and
> > shutting the avionics bus off at shutdown would be a good way to
> > the probability that the avionics bus is off during a start.
> Now, this is a clear statement.
That is what the original poster is however objecting to.
> What things have you designed? Just curious.
Avionics, aircraft wire, aircraft simulators real time data acquisiotion and
control systems and that sort of thing.
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