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Switching can be defined as the change in state whether it be an analog, digital, or mechanical device. For digital devices, switching can be defined as a transition from HIGH to LOW or vice versa. For analog devices, switching can be defined as a change of operation within a transistor. Mechanical device examples include physical light switches or button switches. Ultimately, switching interrupts current from going into another conductor path.

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I am using this switching circuit to switch a lamp. I am controlling a rising slew rate at Vout (from 0-Vcc) that is adjustable by setting R2 with a poteniometer. It's not necessary for my project …
asked Jul 5 '18 by Peter Kapteyn
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This circuit controls the rate at which M1 switches on using the current mirror consisting of Q1 and Q2. A digital pot is used to control the current through Q2. The circuit works great in simulation, …
asked Jul 27 '18 by Peter Kapteyn
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A SPST switch connects HB1 and HB2, to control a lamp connected to HB OUT. I am looking into modifying this circuit to make the slew rate adjustable when switching the output to VCC (around 12V). I …
asked Jun 27 '18 by Peter Kapteyn