I have a controller with sinking inputs ( should be grounded to activate) , I will use the system in a noisy environment, I want to protect these inputs from EMI and voltage spikes, what is the best ...
Sinking and sourcing with a darlington driver I asked a question about sinking and sourcing LEDs while using a darlington driver. The images were slightly unclear so i have redrawn it. I had too many ...
I was making my circuit with around 60 LEDs with a microcontroller when i realised that i didn't have enough voltage for all the LEDs. I am going to add a darlington driver on another board, so the ...
I'm working on a project but I've hit a block now. I need to drive a total of 169 LEDs using 26 pins at worst case all may be ON at once. I'm afraid that this may fry the MCU since 200mA is absolute ...
I used 3.3v microcontroller. I want to add TX LED and RX LED communication on RS232, RS485, TTL/CMOS. My question: Led communication must be mounted as SINKING or SOURCING on I/O microcontroller ...
I have been reading that NPN transistors are sinking and PNP are sourcing devices. I do not really understand this concept. It says current source device connects load to Vcc and current sinking ...
I am trying to drive some ebay bought 8 channel relay boards. They are pretty simple, have a launchpad or arduino toggle a pin and the board turns on. However, I need to use a shift register with ...
I'm building a serial servo controller to learn about electronics and assembly language as part of my hexapod robot project. Quite early on I decided that I needed more I/O channels than my ATTiny2313 ...
I'm a student studying electronics and I'm having trouble understanding the concept behind current sourcing and current sinking. We've covered it in a lab using a 7404 and an LED and all that. Just ...