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PCB Printed Spark Gap Explanation [PCB Design]
posted October 31 2014 16:10.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Dave was tearing down (is that news???) a medical equipment and what he discovered inside was a PCB-Printed Spark Gap. Good for us, this was enough for Dave to upload this new video explaining how these spark gaps work.



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