I'm not talking to you. I would only consider conversing with those who know v = ir.Oh riiiiight. You're talking to a guy who had a Louis-Allis ac motor drive that used to literally explode whenever it felt like it. And I remember Dad with the soldering iron inside the guts of the teevee more than once. Heck, the service guy at Sundstrand told me where to kick the control to get it running again. (Bill Corsin, anyone else remember him ? Cool guy.)
I've owned US electronics, don't try to shovel that shit in this direction. Some were good, some were garbage. In fact I had a $6,000 computer where the effing power supply (standard ol' peecee one) failed with no g-d chance to repair it because the jerk Americans at SGI just had to add a few little fragile, unreliable components which of course they never documented, so when the thing goes kabloom, there you are, flocked, with your five-times-as-expensive as it should be computer. They couldn't help themselves, for a few effing pennies it was bend over, rover to their customers. Thanks so much.
Did I mention you are full of hooey ? Unless it's going into space, most electronics everywhere are pretty crappy.
Didn't understand the meaning as usual, Japanese electrons are better than US electrons.
And for China, ask owners of Huanyang VFDs about how their electrons behave.
Those dildo things are banned from discussion.