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Analog Switch [7 replies]

Posted by Jim Thompson - 4 hours ago

Anyone know of an analog switch that can handle -6V to +11V inputs (low current, high Ron OK), +/-12V supplies? ...Jim Thompson -- | James E.Thompson ...Analog Switch

Step-down transformer backward? [35 replies]

Posted by Fester Bestertester - 13 hours ago

I have this transformer: http://www.signaltransformer.com/sites/all/pdf/M4L.pdf model M4L-2-10, 210/230/250 primary with 115 secondary. Is it safe to use it in reverse to get 230v from 115 m...Step-down transformer backward?

Cheap, but good 2A/30V NPN ? [6 replies]

Posted by Jim Thompson - 16 hours ago

Cheap, but good 2A/30V NPN ? ...Jim Thompson -- | James E.Thompson | mens | | Analog Innovations ...Cheap, but good 2A/30V NPN ?

Help finding a datasheet? [4 replies]

Started by Unknown 22 hours ago

Planets must be mis-aligned. I¹m having a tough time finding stuff... http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=6hupeo&s=8#.VAQBf3nldFw Looking for IR503 with no success. Thanks, Dave ...Help finding a datasheet?

OT: Big Brother IS Watching. [56 replies]

Posted by Jim Thompson - 3 days ago

Big Brother IS Watching... Made a cash ( ...OT: Big Brother IS Watching.

OT: Immaculate Transformation. [81 replies]

Posted by Jim Thompson - 5 days ago

OT: Immaculate Transformation: Anyone noticed this besides me... Take a Black Thug Gets shot by a white cop Black Thug is now transformed into a Choir Boy (By the media, of course.) ...OT: Immaculate Transformation.

Voltage, Current, Chicken, Egg [37 replies]

Posted by Cursitor Doom - 5 days ago

Hi all, Is the following statement beyond dispute: "You have to induce a voltage before you will get a current flowing." ISTR it's not quite that simple and in some instances the curr...Voltage, Current, Chicken, Egg

Current mode control

Posted by Patrick Chung - 6 days ago

Current mode control is the fastest control method for switching mode power supply since it has to feedback loops. Read more: http://www.cirvirlab.com/index.php/switching-mode-power-supply/152-cu...Current mode control

I need help understanding!! [18 replies]

Started by Unknown 7 days ago

Help, I found a calculation I am having trouble with. I have a poor background in math and would like to understand in plain English how to solve for Vc. Vc = V * (1- e^(-t / R*C)) This where I go...I need help understanding!!

Randomiser circuit from John Fields [2 replies]

Posted by Terry Pinnell - 2 weeks ago

I've just received the following email asking about a 9 year old thread. ==================== Hello. Found one old thread - https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/sci.electronics.basics/IbIKJ...Randomiser circuit from John Fields

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