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If negative input ==> 0 V Otherwise, input voltage
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What you are looking for is a rectifier, if the voltage drop of the diode is of no importance ,then this circuit will do the trick. simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab ...

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Interfacing Vector(VN1610) CAN Simulator with an OBD reader (Freematics One+ B)
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CAN bus part of the Freematics board is powered through the 12V pin of the OBD connector. The signal is manipulated with a series of cascaded step down converters to fit the power needs of the rest of ...

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Troubleshooting LTC4150
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Since my solder heat was around 360 celcius and the fact that i am a newbie smd solderer i might have burnt the conductive roads. Or it was static electricity even though we had anti-static mat on the ...

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Small DC motor Heating up!
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You may be supplying your dc motor with insufficent voltage which may cause a sitiuation called stalling. As your motor starts to spin it produces a back EMF that resists the current that being ...

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Can you help me solve this op amp?
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When dealing with operational amplifiers you have to consider two things : First there is no current coming in or out of op amp (not true in real life applications). Second , voltages at the positive ...

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