I'd still look at the batteries you are using. Old circuits are generally not as tolerant to low battery voltages. Humidity is the enemy of all electronic circuits. Reliable operation of electronic
Yes, it could be caused by high humidity. It could be picking up signals from other sources. It could be the room air conditioning or cooling that is causing erratic behavior. It is most likely, in
I am thinking the software is a significant development and would require a large amount of storage that would penalize the smartphone architecture. On the other hand most bookbinding now days is done
I don't understand the question. I don't see a connection between smartphone and bookbinding. Can you explain?
If you are talking about motors, for example, the nominal voltage is the voltage of the system (such as 480 volts). The rated voltage of the motor is the voltage actually expected at the motor (such as