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Bipolar OPAMP Circuit

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Yes, a standard OP amp circuit will probably do well for this. But I doubt that you are going to find an already designed circuit for your exact needs. So you
epa_iii
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12:33 PM

Spending a few days without a cellular phone

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This post wasn't a complaint by the way. ;-) used my boss as an example. He never does that to me. Mark On Sep 3, 2015 10:54 PM, "Stefan Trethan
mark hubrich
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9:23 AM

PART 2: Need help on a Voltage Regulator

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Thanks for the response Donald. And, you’re EXACTLY right. I was wondering- based on the specs- IF the circuit would “unlatch” after the thresh hold was
Darral
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Aug 28

old motor (electric fan) and current flow Q...

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Jong, the Audi is meant to be driven fast enough so the fan isn't needed ;-) ST On Tue, Aug 25, 2015 at 3:37 AM, Jong Kung jongkung01@yahoo.com
Stefan Trethan
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Aug 25

ADE-1-24

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This is the answer I received fro Mini-circuits . So the part was developed as a "special series " for a customer and therefore can't hold the specifications .
feuggelenbe
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Aug 25

differential power supplies (i.e. -5V, 0V, +5V)... is this the same

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I think I understand what you are trying to do but I don't see why you want to do it. It is pretty easy to get power modules that output +-5 (or +-15) around
rtstofer
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Aug 22

Need help on a Voltage Regulator

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Everything is pretty much settled and I had ordered the Over-charge/Over-discharge protection circuit on eBay from China. I think someone recommended it. The
Darral
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Aug 15

AC vs DC switches

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We were close...I was using 6 and you 10. I would stick with yours for more of a safety factor. I tried to find a “min Voltage” for a switch and so far
Darral
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Aug 11

Low Voltage Lighting Issue

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... You can not use 12 volt bulbs. Yes the will burn out to quickly. I didn't see any 24 candelabra bulbs at the link I provided. As an alternate you could
Howard Hansen
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Aug 10

Battery fact...or myth??

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Makes sense what you said. But I”ve never heard of anyone having a problem either. ALL of the lipos in use can have up to 4-5X more capacity than the
Darral
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Aug 10

ESR & Quiescent voltage concerning the Regulators (LM2940)

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Is it still? I thought they are now stuffed full with chinese gyrosopes and stuff that basically nail them to whichever spot in the air you park them at. ST On
Stefan Trethan
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Aug 10

Driving optocouplers

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I used the 4N25. dc -=-=-=-
DaveC
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Aug 7

IC Heat question

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Again, I believe that’s perfect as the TX sounds the alarm at apx 8.5V but I never allow the TX to go that far. But again, this would be to protect the
Darral
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Aug 7

Ground loops and underground CAT5E

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... The situation I had to deal with lately was in a building with a metal roof that _does_ have lightning rods. I'm not entirely certain how the surge that
Roy J. Tellason, Sr.
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Jul 14

bidirectional power meter

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Ah, I see now! ST On Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 6:34 PM, rstofer@pacbell.net [Electronics_101]
Stefan Trethan
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Jul 9
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