• How to increase Voltage?

    i have my farmhouse i drill 2 bore well and i install 2 summerhouse water pump,after that i m getting voltage problem to start the motor,its showing 200v for that motor is not getting pickup its shutting of again and again,please give me any solution for how to icrease voltage.
    i have my farmhouse i drill 2 bore well and i install 2 summerhouse water pump,after that i m getting voltage problem to start the motor,its showing 200v for that motor is not getting pickup its shutting of again and again,please give me any solution for how to icrease voltage.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • This is suppose to be the time of tech, where everything can connect to everything else. so why cant I connect a phone to a TV?

    DON'T SAY IT IS EASY TO DO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It may be easy IF IF IF you have the right phone, and right cables and right TV and right tech group to explain how to connect x to y without having unplug Z, but that is not what she has. She has a Galaxy J2 Deluxe, and there are no cables to connect that phone to... show more
    DON'T SAY IT IS EASY TO DO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It may be easy IF IF IF you have the right phone, and right cables and right TV and right tech group to explain how to connect x to y without having unplug Z, but that is not what she has. She has a Galaxy J2 Deluxe, and there are no cables to connect that phone to the TV. I looked, and looked and looked and looked and looked and looked for 3 months I looked at hundreds of site. it does not exist. The closest one I found is for a phone with a micro HDMI. Her phone just has a Micro usb. I have found millions and millions and millions of cables for Galaxy S, but not for Galaxy J. Do not tell me to do it wireless, we have very limited internet here, and that would overdo it for sure. I can barely afford the 25 dollars for 25 gig. I can not afford 3 dollars per gig after that and there are no other options here. I want to get this cable as a Christmas present for my mother, it is her phone and she has always wanted to connect it to TV. Any help, other then telling us to get a knew phone, and other help is welcome.
    7 answers · 20 hours ago
  • What is used to play background music in large supermarkets, malls, etc?

    Best answer: It is an ordinary PA system. It is usually also connected the in-house phone system so that a phone can be used as a microphone for paging. The way the speakers are connected ("constant voltage") can technically allow up to about twenty of them to be driven by a single amplifier. (The higher the... show more
    Best answer: It is an ordinary PA system.

    It is usually also connected the in-house phone system
    so that a phone can be used as a microphone for paging.

    The way the speakers are connected ("constant voltage")
    can technically allow up to about twenty of them to be driven by a single amplifier.
    (The higher the available power output, the more speakers can be connected.)

    Equipment and accessory add-ons are made specifically for such purposes.


    The music often comes from a subscription service such as Mood Media (formerly Muzak).
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why are elderly people so confused with technology most of the time?

    My grandma has had an iPhone for years and still doesn't know how to use it.... she always asks me to help her with things that are so simple. Same with my granddad and my older aunts and uncles. They seem like they don't know how to use the simplest user friendly technology and when me or someone else who... show more
    My grandma has had an iPhone for years and still doesn't know how to use it.... she always asks me to help her with things that are so simple. Same with my granddad and my older aunts and uncles. They seem like they don't know how to use the simplest user friendly technology and when me or someone else who is young fixes it so easily they think were magicians. I know they didn't grow up with technology but really, is it that hard to figure out? (Not trying to offend anyone btw)
    12 answers · 5 days ago
  • Are nickel metal hydride batteries alkaline batteries?? NiMH?

    I bought a damp meter and it says only to use alkaline batteries, I have a rechargeable Nickel metal hydride battery...is this an alkaline battery...? If not what is? Also I bought a battery charger and rechargeable battery by energiser...I presumed they only sold rechargeable batteries suitable for their chargers... show more
    I bought a damp meter and it says only to use alkaline batteries, I have a rechargeable Nickel metal hydride battery...is this an alkaline battery...? If not what is? Also I bought a battery charger and rechargeable battery by energiser...I presumed they only sold rechargeable batteries suitable for their chargers but I'm unsure as the charger doesn't say what batteries alkaline or not but my NiMH batteries say to only use in an alkaline charger.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do the batteries recycled by my alkaline battery charger slowly discharge even when they aren’t being used.?

    I bought one of those battery refurbish units online and it works really well. It works overnight and slowly brings the battery back up to full charge without funny smells or having to worry about the battery getting hot or exploding. The only problem I have is that if you don’t use the battery immediately after... show more
    I bought one of those battery refurbish units online and it works really well. It works overnight and slowly brings the battery back up to full charge without funny smells or having to worry about the battery getting hot or exploding. The only problem I have is that if you don’t use the battery immediately after it is charged I’ve noticed that it gradually slops off from full charge even without a load. Under load it works great and discharges like normal. If you want the battery to stay fresh you have to leave it in the charger all the time. Why?
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Two better speakers or four speakers (two same speakers + 2 crappy ones)?

    Im not looking for some high quality sound set up.I recently bought a pair of logitech z200 speakers for my computer. I have a old set of z100 as well. Would it improve the quality even if z100 are very low quality? It sounds muffled. If i do keep both sets, placing them where would provide the ideal listening... show more
    Im not looking for some high quality sound set up.I recently bought a pair of logitech z200 speakers for my computer. I have a old set of z100 as well. Would it improve the quality even if z100 are very low quality? It sounds muffled. If i do keep both sets, placing them where would provide the ideal listening experience?
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Constant current led power supply?

    Hi there. I have 1W leds, 3.6V and 0.35A are max voltage and current rated for these leds. I tried to calculate resistors value for a circuit that contains 8 leds. But I had the problem of over heating resistors, because 0.35A is quite a lot. So I bought a constant current led power supply that output 350mA and... show more
    Hi there. I have 1W leds, 3.6V and 0.35A are max voltage and current rated for these leds. I tried to calculate resistors value for a circuit that contains 8 leds. But I had the problem of over heating resistors, because 0.35A is quite a lot. So I bought a constant current led power supply that output 350mA and 48V. As I connected led it burnt out. Now, I thought leds are burning when you don't have any resistor in a circuit and you supply even a little bit more of voltage needed. Since led is a diode, it will be crossed by a lot of current and eventually die. But why did it burn with a constant current led power supply? Isn't the current constant at 0.35A, the one I need? So how is the proper way to wire up leds in this way and why? Would you please tell me the best you can about leds, because it's annoying seeing them die ahah
    4 answers · 7 days ago
  • What is wrong with my microwave?

    Best answer: You don't enter seconds beyond 99 on a microwave. When you enter "120", your microwave defaults to "1:20" or 80 seconds - 40 seconds short of cooking time for your burrito.
    Best answer: You don't enter seconds beyond 99 on a microwave. When you enter "120", your microwave defaults to "1:20" or 80 seconds - 40 seconds short of cooking time for your burrito.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I just hooked up a new antenna to an old analog T.V. through an RF Modulator. What are possible reasons I'm not receiving any signal at all?

    The VCR/DVD Player is also hooked up to it and works great. I'm just having problems with the antenna.
    The VCR/DVD Player is also hooked up to it and works great. I'm just having problems with the antenna.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • I got caught by teachers that i have a microwave in my room.?

    It is not allowed to have a microwave in a room. I put the microwave inside my wardrobe and the box above it. The reason they found it is because there was a random checking of the rooms in my campus.
    It is not allowed to have a microwave in a room. I put the microwave inside my wardrobe and the box above it. The reason they found it is because there was a random checking of the rooms in my campus.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • @ girls: does your iPhone 6+/iPhone 7+ fit smoothly in your back pocket?

    I’m saying girls bc men tend to have huge pockets while us girls are left w little slits called a damn pocket smh.
    I’m saying girls bc men tend to have huge pockets while us girls are left w little slits called a damn pocket smh.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Does NSA spy on me? Apple i pad mini 3 view photos?

    Does NSA view my pictures stored on my ipad mini 3? I have some interesting pictures and I just don't want to get caught. I mean, embarassed.
    Does NSA view my pictures stored on my ipad mini 3? I have some interesting pictures and I just don't want to get caught. I mean, embarassed.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it a good idea to remove batteries any time I’m not using them?

    Duracell AA batteries still have a small amount of power used if they’re in an appliance that isn’t being used. If I continue to take them out and put them only when I use them, is that saving power? It seems like it would, but I want to be sure.
    Duracell AA batteries still have a small amount of power used if they’re in an appliance that isn’t being used. If I continue to take them out and put them only when I use them, is that saving power? It seems like it would, but I want to be sure.
    4 answers · 1 week ago