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TheBFG Posted - 19 Aug 2011 : 11:42:00
I have a feature suggestion for version 16.

Not everybody has access to relevant safety standards.
BS EN 61010-1:2010 defines track spacing based upon the applied potential difference. It can be a legal requirement to meet these spacings.

I wonder could the design calculators incorporate a feature such that track spacings could be suggested for a given potential difference, pollution degree etc? It would be very similar to they way track widths are given for a specific current and temperature rise.
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TheBFG Posted - 28 Sep 2011 : 08:11:45
quote:
Originally posted by remi

if you have an android phone/tablet get this:


http://www.appbrain.com/app/electrodroid/it.android.demi.elettronica





This link doesn't mention creepage distances at all???
remi Posted - 31 Aug 2011 : 12:04:21
if you have an android phone/tablet get this:


http://www.appbrain.com/app/electrodroid/it.android.demi.elettronica


 

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