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flyback

[′flī‚bak]
(electronics)
The time interval in which the electron beam of a cathode-ray tube returns to its starting point after scanning one line or one field of a television picture or after completing one trace in an oscilloscope. Also known as retrace; return trace.
(horology)
The return to zero of the timing hand of a stopwatch or chronograph.
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ReikUminiai PodPiai: flyback transformatorius, magnetinis sklaidos srautas, virUitampiai, slopinimo grandine.
The single stage photovoltaic microinverter based on couple of two-switch DC-DC flyback converters has been proposed in the paper.
The simple structure of the flyback topology and easy power flow control with high power quality at the grid recognized as the lowest cost converter among the isolated topologies since it uses the least number of components.
This review of the new Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe Flyback Chronograph is the cover story of the upcoming January/February issue of WatchTime, on sale January 13.
When that happens, however, TACOM LCMC recommends replacing it with a fuel solenoid flyback diode, NSN 5961-01-593-3791.
Other benefits include lower power consumption, quieter operation, no flyback, reduced wear to the cutting blades, and reduced fines and dust since granulated particles spend less time in the cutting chamber.
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Offering primary-to-secondary isolation of up to 7 KVdc, the Datatronics 4283-1200 Flyback Transformer Series is ideal for high voltage medical applications.
At SIHH, the brand's introductions included two noteworthy wristwatches: an uncharacteristically polished red-gold Luminor case housing the 1950 3 Days Chrono Flyback Automatic Oro Rosso, whose movement includes a flyback chronograph allowing quick reset for stopwatch functions.
Putin owns a Flyback worth 6,450 pounds and a Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar worth 39,000 pounds.
Based on classes taught at the University of Arkansas, this graduate textbook introduces topologies, design models, and control techniques for buck, boost, Cuk, SEPIC, Zeta, resonant, forward, push-pull, half-bridge, flyback, and dual active bridge converters.
Additionally, the company said that this meets the increased power efficiency demands and regulatory standards for desktop PCs, All-in-One (AIO) PCs and notebook adaptors for designers who need secondary side synchronous rectification (SR) controllers that are compatible to flyback and forward topologies and multiple operating modes.