• Capacitor

    Capacitance, also known as "capacity", refers to the amount of charge stored at a given potential difference, denoted as C, and the international unit is Farad (F). Generally, the electric charge moves in the electric field. When there is a medium between the conductors, the electric charge is hindered and the electric charge accumulates on the conductor, causing the accumulated storage of the electric charge. The stored electric charge amount is called a capacitance.

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  • Diode

    Diode, an electronic component is a device with two electrodes that allows current to flow in a single direction, many of which are applied to its rectifying function.

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  • Bipolar Transistor

    A transistor made up of two back-to-back PN structures to obtain voltage, current or signal gain. Originated from the point-contact crystal triode invented in 1948, it developed into a junction transistor in the early 1950s, which is now called a bipolar transistor.

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  • Inductor

    Inductors are components that can be converted into magnetic energy and stored. The structure of the inductor is similar to a transformer, but with only one winding. The inductor has a certain inductance that only blocks the change in current.

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