@NickAlexeev yes, it does indeed. helps transitioning from those other ones into Altium. The place I interned at indeed had just transitioned from an old version of OrCAD to Altium and was building up/transferring library of parts. Altium also supported spreadsheet/database style symbol/component libraries which was handy
Me neither, but I keep up with what happens, since everything electronics either is my business, or could be
Depends on the sub type.
Prolonged submersion Subs generally have better, high power lighting on normal run, having the switchover for silent running, if that means turning off the main drive also generating the kWs/MWs needed to run everything
And of course, most Navy subs are that, just that when they are in the docks, they generally try to avoid having it run main drive systems :-)
@abdullahkahraman usually the images on the website are just examples, and the datasheet often just shows one variant and then lists ways this could be different. look at the datasheet for a list of variations on it and what htose provide
@abdullahkahraman The data apply to all of the potentiometers of that series, and are correct (electrically) whether you have one, or two, or a half dozen ganged together on one knob. The datasheet also mentions that the units can be ganged and can be ordered ganged, so they are correct. If a bit misleading on first glance.
@ThePhoton I would like to debate, but I don't know enough on black body radiation mechanics to continue. I've read a teency bit of a textbook (physics of light and optics, 2015 optics.byu.edu/prevtext/byuoptics13.pdf), which seems to favor it being stimulated (13.4), as opposed to spontaneous. Take it with a grain of salt, this is where my physics gets hazy. book link: optics.byu.edu/textbook.aspx