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Hey, i found this transistor and it says "I am P120V,3,5A,34W,Ge". My question is how much of this 34W i can get from it without getting it warm ? 8.5W ? This seems unrealistic and strange. Look this transistor is so tiny.. 128861 Bonus question -> how much power i can get with 90W transistor and a big heatsink. 45
Hello all! I have recently seen some blurry photo of K-band VCO. Most importantly, instead of traditional DRO/microstrip resonator or some kind of Hititte VCO chip, or some multi-stage multiplier there was something different: 128179 i think it is some pretty damn simple yet cost effective 6GHz to 24GHz multiplier! the
hi dear all I want to plot a figure like I,ve seen the thread but it does not work for me, it just gives me 3 or 4 arrows with big distance from each other not as the picture so many arrows with short distance. Anybody could help me?
It seems to me that you accidentally activated the magnifying glass tool by Shift+M. To deactivate simply press again Shift+M.
you can do it by setting the DS1307 time format for 12 hour mode as per your picture its looks like you configured it in 24 hour mode. And for display big custom characters first test your all custom char logic by displaying them at same row and column address. if they display correct (...)
You mean a whole 4MB SRAM? By urgent, do you mean your homework is due tomorrow? Because there is very little urgency to yet another simulation of a SRAM cell, in the big picture. It's been done.
the BTA16 is a TRIAC. the simplest approach would be to just replace it. Without a schematic it's impossible to offer any other advice other than to say look at the signal on the triac gate with a scope to see if that looks right.
Hi I am simulating a filter with HFSS 13 driven modal When I mesh at different frequency I have a very big difference in the response Attached is a picture for meshing at 77 and 75GHz Thanks79209
You can also use simple resistor dividers to convert 5V to 3.3V. But this is (same for drivers above) only unidirectional. For bidirectional communication I'd really suggest to use a 3.3V 8051. Not hard to find. Maybe you want to read registers or memory from TFT, e.g. for modifying the picture? Internal memory in TFTs is very big and you (...)
Hi, This looks like motor choke! (Electrical) But tell me the following : You didnt say how big is that motor and that cable. This motor is used for what ? (purpose, what device) Motor works on DC or AC and what voltage ? Do You see clearly that part, is it the same like on Your picture (like solenoid) or (...)
I am trying to build a NiCad Battery Discharge Circuit on Proteus ISIS Professional. the reason being is before i buy the components I want to see if the circuit is working. By trade i am a Mechanical Engineer and with little or no experience in the electronics
Helo, i have a flash block from a finepix s1000 camera, and i want to put a simple two wire to power the flash lamp and a switch on/off to charge discharge the lamp/capacitor (it's a big one :) -190uF/330V) and make flashes. I have marked in the attachement picture the damaged zone (...)
hello, I am new to FPGA's, I have a project to complete, could you please help me and explain the overall concept of building an Arcade game using FPGA's. I cannot imagine how graphics is will be displayed. i simply cannot get the big picture. Could you direct me to the links where I can understand (...)
I'm not sure what you are asking but if it is the schematic symbol of this plug use Plug, Phono from the link below Circuit Schematic Symbols the center pin is the signal and the ring is the ground. Alex
However TRAP tends to create a triangular residue at small amplitudes on a lot of nodes, because it is not damped enough. It is less a matter of accuracy, than (excessive and wasteful) activity as all these error residues have to be solved again on the subsequent step ad infinitum. I have yet to see a "big picture" (...)
Usually bondpad is modellled as a big capacitance with only two terminals. Which are the three terminals that you are trying to connect?
You don't need to "increase" voltage, the output pin is O-C - so it sinks current to 0V, and the relay has to be connected between pin and Vcc, as shown on the attached picture .. IanP :|
If regulation is not a big issue you can design very simple voltage regulator based only on a few components such as Zener diode, NPN transistor and resistor .. see attached picture .. Details and discussion is at: Just keep in mind that the output voltage is roughly 0.65V lower than the Zener
the only way of connecting two (or more) voltage sources is to connect them in series .. see attached picture .. Otherwise, the "stronger" one will try to kill the "weaker" one (Kirhoffs laws) and, mate, .. big-bang ... Rgds, IanP
Hi i am trying to simulate a very basic switched capacitor circuit in Virtuoso using a macro op apm model. But when i simulate, as you see in the picture in DC analysis there is very big offset in the output. and in transient analysis there is an error: no DC convergence I think (...)