Category Archives: Conversion Tables & Charts

Conversion Table Decimal – Hexadecimal – Binary

Below is a complete table that can help you understand the relation between decimal to binary and binary to decimal conversion. This table also includes the equivalent values of hexadecimal numbers. You can search our website for more detail on this topic, we have plenty of pages that cover the number system conversions. The decimal… Read More »

How to Convert Decimal Number to Binary Numbers

Conversion from decimal number to binary number system is also essential to represent real-world quantities in terms of Binary values. The Sum-of-weights and repeated division by 2 methods are used to convert a decimal to Binary number. Sum of Weights Method  The  Sum-of-weights  method  used  to  convert  Binary  numbers  into  their  Decimal equivalent is based… Read More »

Digital Logic Design Algorithmic State Machine ASM MCQ’s

This page provides multiple choice questions related to algorithmic state machine. The correct answers are given at the end of this page. MCQ 1: State box without decision and conditional box is  A. ASM block  B. defined block  C. simple block  D. both a and b MCQ 2: ASM chart resembles with A. map  B. data  C. flowchart  D. operation  MCQ 3: Control sequence… Read More »

Cable Tray Raceway Fill and Load Calculations

Cable tray / raceway is integral part of any cable management system. Selection of cable tray is very critical because if cable tray size is not sufficient the cables may become damaged due to improper handling and excessive heating etc. On the other hand cable tray supporting system can not be neglected as well since… Read More »

Typical Limiting Values of Electrical Substation Equipments

On this page you can find permissible limits for different equipment’s which are part of a power distribution electrical substation. Also where available reference to the international standard is also available in last column. Typical values are provided for transformers, reactors, circuit beakers, current transformers, capacitors, isolators, surge arrestors, batteries and other miscellaneous equipment’s. 1.… Read More »

Common US Wire Gauges – AWG Gauges Vs Current Ratings

The AWG – American Wire Gauge – is used as a standard method denoting wire diameter, measuring the diameter of the conductor (the bare wire) with the insulation removed. AWG is sometimes also known as Brown and Sharpe (B&S) Wire Gauge. The AWG table below is for a single, solid, round conductor. Because of the… Read More »