i made an electronic load for 150 watt photovoltaic panel . i can control the circuit but the measured voltage by the voltmeter isn't the real volt relevant to the current , for example i got 3 amp it should give 30 volt on the drain ( where the +ve terminal of the panel is connected ) but the voltmeter reads 27 volt , where did this loss go ?
I had a friend who has since moved install Ubuntu 10 on my old laptop and was enjoying learning all the benies when my panel just stopped loading up one day. I looked on the net for a fix and found out there was a much newer version so i loaded it alongside 10. Well neither system would load the panel.
Hello all,I'm running Statler Xfce amd64, and I have deleted the tint2 panel (complete removal through Synaptic), because I wanted to use Xfce's own panel instead. After doing 'sudo xfce4-panel' it starts, but my problem is that it's lost after reboot.
I found a schematic for fading LEDs. One of its components is a 10k 1/2 watt linear rotary potentiometer. When I inquired about this component, my local electronics store doesn't sell this one. They only have "ordinary" potentiometer. My question is, can I use any potentiometer instead of a linear rotary potentiometer?
If I have an photovoltaic microgeneration installation with an inverter whose maximum output is equal to 3.68 kW, which is the peak wattage of panels supported by the inverter if I have a fixed system(with a fixed structure mounted on the ground)?