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The transistor is a semiconductor device that can amplify signals and switch power. Most used types are bipolar (BJT, for Bipolar Junction Transistor), UJT (Unijunction transistor) and MOSFET (FET, for Field Effect Transistor)

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This is a relatively simple, dumb transistor question, but for some reason I can't seem to figure out how I would go about this. I've been Googling transistor flip flops, but haven't quite gotten it t …
asked Sep 8 '15 by Dominic Luciano
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My question is how much Amperage can I draw in DC using this kind of setup. I have a 3055 and it's rated at 15A. Is that my max draw then? Power systems aren't my thing, so I'm out of my element wit …
asked Feb 2 '16 by Dominic Luciano
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I blew out a part in my dad's Fender Chorus guitar amplifier several years ago. I didn't ever get around to fixing it for him, no clue why, but I really should. Problem is I can't find this part or …
asked Jan 28 '17 by Dominic Luciano
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I've seen this asked a few times, but no definitive answers. I've also been Googling this for a couple days now with no definitive solutions. So time to ask... I'm building a fast charge USB charging …
asked Jan 18 '16 by Dominic Luciano
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Let's say I have 4 AVR MCU's All hooked up to VCC. And let's say they're all connected to ground through an NPN transistor or NMOSFet. Can I use that transistor to switch the MCUs on\off? I'm pretty s …
asked Jun 6 '16 by Dominic Luciano