(7)Jeff, We started cooking sweet potatoes pretty often in the last year. Most of them are quite large, takes 7-8 minutes to cook. So I guess we have been
(6)Hi Gooey, Please take a look at this article: http://www.homebrewhub.org/PDF/SNovotill-21.pdf http://www.homebrewhub.org/PDF/SNovotill-21.pdf It may solve your
(15)Stefan, Good tips! Thanks! Richard
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(15)Dang it, Yahoo trimmed all quoted text again! It is visible when I'm writing my reply. Yes, I was thinking of the 40mA current sink limit of the 7406 versus an
(43)I come across such in industrial use, and the more robust cousin, RS-422. LAN as well. USB is becoming more prevalent, though it has distance limits. These
(16)Go to Jameco Electronics and order their P/N 1305818 which is manufactured by On Semi, and whose P/N is 1n5288BG..a 200v +- 5% 5 watt zener diode in stock.
(17)That may work, but it still has to dissipate 800 Watts of heat. Big transistors or FETs and a big heat sink. Resistors are probably cheaper and more reliable.
(5)Thanks guys for the comments, all valid observations. My fault that I wasn't clear enough initially, all conditions were static with no PWM. The overheat
(5)Dave, I used 130 to 150 Volt MOVs. Can't remember the Joules, but they were about the size of a quarter. The lightning generator put out some 6000 Amps at
(4)... Good info, there. Most of the small motors I've accumulated have come out of VCRs, optical drives, tape decks, and printers. I have a separate box for
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(6)Funny what you say. Two weeks ago they called me too and I let him swim for a while. So you see they even do it from California to Switzerland. In spite of our
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