Electronic Books and Magazine can be among your cost effective servicing tools

Written by Jestine Yong

Electronic servicing is, as they say, a “growth industry”. With many new electronic products and equipments reachingrepparttar market, there is a large demand for electronic repair technicians. However, withrepparttar 138983 growing complexity inrepparttar 138984 electronic service business, electronic technicians are facing countless obstacles. They must keep abreast of each new development inrepparttar 138985 industry to emerge as a competitive and valued service provider. Besides attendingrepparttar 138986 manufacturers’ service workshop, they must be well informed by reading magazines and books on electronic servicing.

Electronic Books and Magazine can be among your most cost-effective servicing “tools”. A few dollars spent onrepparttar 138987 right book or magazine can earn you hundreds of dollars. It opens up a whole new world of never ending knowledge. Always be onrepparttar 138988 lookout for good books and magazines. Set aside one hour a day to read these books and magazines. This can help to keep you abreast of new developments. Additionally, these books and magazine will assist you to be a more efficient electronic technician.

How to Read CRT Tube Part Numbers

Written by Jestine Yong

All picture tubes, whether monochrome or color type are identified by a specific code consisting of numbers and letters. The codes are different from each other because different tubes have different characteristics.

For example, a certain monitor colour picture tube may haverepparttar designation, M34AFA63X03 that can breakdown into 6 parts: M/34/AFA/63/X/03

Part 1: Application

Computer monitor tubes start withrepparttar 138982 letter "M” while for a TV picture tube, it start with “A”.

Part 2: Screen diagonal measure in centimeters (cm)

The “34” meansrepparttar 138983 diagonal viewing measure is a minimum of 34cm which refers to 14” tube, 36cm is 15”, 41cm is 17” and so on.

Part 3: Family code

The three letters “AFA” designate a family of tubes that have similar physical and electrical characteristic. These letters are assigned alphabetically beginning with “AAA”, followed by “AAB”, “AAC” etc.

Part 4: Family number

The number 63 shows a specific tube withinrepparttar 138984 family code. A different number is assigned to tubes withinrepparttar 138985 same family that have different neck diameters, for example a single digit would be a monochrome tube, but this two-digit number shows it is colour.

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