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Filtering generator output? [1 replies]

Started by Unknown 51 minutes ago

I have a 4500 watt generator that is for emergency use. When it was new I checked the output with an oscilloscope just to see how pure the sine wave was and how close to 60 Hz it was. Well, the main...Filtering generator output?

Charging my 12v Battery? [3 replies]

Posted by W. eWatson - 1 hour ago

I have a Kirkland (CostCo) deep cycle battery that I have not used in three years. It's waiting for another project to complete. I charge it about once a year. The other night I thought I might c...Charging my 12v Battery?

OT: Best Stud Locator? [34 replies]

Posted by Jim Thompson - 4 hours ago

OT: Best Stud Locator? (Thru drywall or stucco.) ...Jim Thompson -- | James E.Thompson | mens | | Analog Innova...OT: Best Stud Locator?

Logic Function Models That Simulate on Analog Simulators... [3 replies]

Posted by Jim Thompson - 1 day ago

Logic Function Models That Simulate on Analog Simulators, see... "LogicFunctions_Basic.lib" on the Device Models & Subcircuits page of my website. Basic functionality, ou...Logic Function Models That Simulate on Analog Simulators...

Stepping multiple parameters in a simulation

Posted by Jim Thompson - 2 days ago

A question presented on the LTspice list by John Woodgate prompted my answer, which may be of interest to other LTspice/PSpice/whatever users: Here's an extreme example of multi-parameter steppin...Stepping multiple parameters in a simulation

Small LED flashlights. [12 replies]

Posted by W. eWatson - 2 days ago

I have several small LED flashlights. They are 3-4" long and about 1" in diameter. They sell for about $2.00. Often they go out, and I have to shake or knock them against something like ...Small LED flashlights.

OT: Heads Up, JawHorse Half Price [69 replies]

Posted by Jim Thompson - 4 days ago

Went into Lowe's today to get a work light and spotted this... Half price... I paid full price ~3 years ago :-( One of the most useful devices I've ever bought. ...OT: Heads Up, JawHorse Half Price

simple oneshot [15 replies]

Posted by George Herold - 4 days ago

Hi all, OK a silly basic question. I'm doing some digital stuff. I wanted a one shot to reset some things, but didn't want to put in an entire chip (74HC123.. or whatever the number is.) So I j...simple oneshot

LED calculations with non-DC voltage [4 replies]

Posted by Adam Funk - 5 days ago

If you want to put non-DC voltage across an LED & its series resistor (for example, the always non-negative but "bouncy" output of an unsmoothed rectifier bridge), do you use the RMS o...LED calculations with non-DC voltage

simple oneshot(2) [23 replies]

Posted by George Herold - 5 days ago

Hi all, OK a silly basic question. I'm doing some digital stuff. I wanted a one shot to reset some things, but didn't want to put in an entire chip (74HC123.. or whatever the number is.) So I j...simple oneshot(2)

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