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Suresh R
03/14/06 10:29
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Chennai
India


 
#112138 - reply
Responding to: Kai Klaas's previous message

Suresh said:
i dont want to get into arguments

i said this since some may not like being argued.


kai said:
Then, why have you come here?? Here, we do "get into arguments"!

i can also prove my stands.


i said:
iam new to this inrush current phenomena in my work and my purpose of this thread is to know about it by discussing with you people.

Kai said:
No, your purpose was never the inrush current phenomen of lamp, but only the switching current testing of reed relay, if you really are the manufacturer of reed relay, right?
You don't need to understand why there's an increased inrush current, but only, can the reed relay withstand it and how to test it.


Kai
You are mistaking me.
working in a company as a newbie with out any assistance,
one could only learn from the work he or she is given with.
In that case at this instant,
I was given a reed switch to test for its ability to withstand the inrush current for a lamp load of 3.5W.
Having not quite familiar with the test that consists of a current inrush due to lamp load, i bought it here to know about it.
I also learnd about the inrush current phenomenan, and its percentage from your graph.
i also posted a method (resistor parallel to switch) which i came accross to control the inrush current for which you have given your comments and some valuble suggestions, like using MOSFET for slow start and using a current source(which i thought to discuss with you).

The manufacturers intention could be to know whether the switch sustains... (or) will be more particular in (as you said i was..) using their reed switch by any means (no alternatives..)

But as a unexperienced person in the field, i could only learn as much as i could with the work i was given with.
Having this in mind;
at present,
i focussed only on this inrush current test and what are all things related or concerned to that.

Unexpectedly that proved a great misunderstanding when others read it!

Erik said:

When you, being the "relay manufacturer", do not disclose as a reply to statemets from me like Does 'the management' really believe that a relay manufacturer when it is known to you that 'the management' is the 'relay manufacturer'.


Thats what i have done. I have disclosed succeding to your post.

After all your feedback is really hurting me when you could use
such harsh words

Kai Klass said:

But you made a fool of us and led us astray.


Erik said:

I can see no other reason for hiding this fact than trying to make Kai and I, who only want to help, look like fools. It is very rewarding to be made look like a fool for trying to help someone


since i have learned from you.

I apologise for what had happened without my conciousness.

I assure i will take at most care in my future posts.

Thanking you,
suresh.














List of 57 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
inrush current + suitable voltage sour      Suresh R      03/04/06 10:14      
   Inrush current of lamp      Kai Klaas      03/04/06 20:47      
      Current inrush      Hal Albach      03/05/06 06:28      
         NTC?      Jan Waclawek      03/05/06 06:45      
            Soft-start      Kai Klaas      03/05/06 08:00      
               8 reed SW parallely + 21.12A / at 12VDC      Suresh R      03/06/06 05:29      
                  Car battery???      Anders Sandström      03/06/06 05:58      
                  inrush current      Terry Lingle      03/06/06 08:20      
                  totally irrelevant      Erik Malund      03/06/06 08:58      
                  No testing needed, standardly      Kai Klaas      03/06/06 19:46      
                     replies      Suresh R      03/07/06 02:05      
                        Reply to "replies"      Kai Klaas      03/07/06 07:29      
                           the difference between "cheap" and "inex      Erik Malund      03/07/06 07:44      
                           current limit resistor      Suresh R      03/07/06 09:17      
                              are you just grasping for straws?      Erik Malund      03/07/06 09:29      
            NTC, yes      Erik Malund      03/06/06 08:54      
               Filaments      Kai Klaas      03/06/06 18:38      
                  In the days of radios for AC and DC      Erik Malund      03/07/06 06:57      
                     Thanks      Kai Klaas      03/07/06 07:03      
            resistor parallel to Switch!      Suresh R      03/11/06 04:29      
               MOSFET, constant current source?      Kai Klaas      03/11/06 07:04      
                  not for my use      Suresh R      03/11/06 09:24      
                     Ok, but...      Kai Klaas      03/11/06 10:00      
                        but i think      Suresh R      03/11/06 10:25      
                           Relays      Kai Klaas      03/11/06 10:51      
                              yes ofcourse      Suresh R      03/11/06 11:46      
                                 here we go again        Erik Malund      03/13/06 06:57      
                                    Even more!!      Kai Klaas      03/13/06 07:14      
                                       werlcome to the club      Erik Malund      03/13/06 07:18      
                                       reply      Suresh R      03/13/06 10:49      
                                          why did you not say so?      Erik Malund      03/13/06 11:15      
                                          You made a fool of us!        Kai Klaas      03/13/06 18:24      
                                             reply      Suresh R      03/14/06 03:39      
                                                That's no fun!      Kai Klaas      03/14/06 07:06      
                                                   Suresh, I hope you had fun      Erik Malund      03/14/06 07:28      
                                                   reply      Suresh R      03/14/06 10:29      
                                                      yeah 6 days later.      Erik Malund      03/14/06 10:52      
                  Hello Kai,      Suresh R      03/16/06 22:03      
                     Look at here      Kai Klaas      03/17/06 10:56      
                        Thank you very much Kai.      Suresh R      03/18/06 07:40      
                           It just strikes me      Erik Malund      03/18/06 10:20      
                              yes you are right      Suresh R      03/18/06 12:32      
                                 Reed switch problems      Hal Albach      03/18/06 19:31      
                                    Current rating?      Kai Klaas      03/20/06 19:39      
                                       I recall long ago something about a "sti      Erik Malund      03/21/06 06:47      
                                       Reed problem      Hal Albach      03/21/06 07:11      
                                          Glueing together      Kai Klaas      03/21/06 07:35      
                                             Reed problems      Hal Albach      03/21/06 09:14      
                                                reed relayrs      Terry Lingle      03/21/06 14:01      
                           power dissipation calculations?      Suresh R      03/19/06 08:12      
                              bulb voltage drop      Terry Lingle      03/19/06 10:01      
                                 Thanks      Suresh R      03/20/06 02:12      
                                 (.2*bulb resistance      Suresh R      03/24/06 05:36      
                                    The bulb      Terry Lingle      03/24/06 07:06      
                              Constant current during inrush moment      Kai Klaas      03/24/06 07:22      
                                 Thanks a lot Kai      Suresh R      03/24/06 10:12      
         Choke would be huge      Kai Klaas      03/05/06 07:28      

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