2018
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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revised Bode plot graph: Frequency vs. Angular frequency
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Aug
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suggested approved edit on Bode plot graph: Frequency vs. Angular frequency
Aug
7
comment How much FLASH memory is free for a program?
They said that they know theirs has 64KB. They're just wondering how much of that 64KB they can use.
Aug
7
comment How much FLASH memory is free for a program?
I don't see how this answers the question at all.
Jul
26
comment LED Hissing issue with circuits
@OlinLathrop Oh, I completely agree. :)
Jul
26
comment LED Hissing issue with circuits
@OlinLathrop My guess is that V1 means version 1, not a component.
Jul
6
comment Resistive heater causes voltage drop
My guess as to what the schematic means is that the inductor symbol is the actual heater / (heater+resistor combo), and the Heater node is a logic input to turn it on or off.
Jun
28
answered A question about inductive kick and the current voltage equation
Jun
22
comment Can kitchen salt break a LED lamp circuits/board? (weird problem)
You're powering them with 12V when they say max input 8V?
Jun
12
comment Understanding this circuit with op. amps
Have you tried superposition? (Analyze with only one of the sources at a time and add the results.)
2017
Aug
27
comment Large Rectangular Touch Sensor
So I did actually end up breadboarding it just now, and it works perfectly! Thank you so much for your help. :)
Aug
11
comment Are these circuits equivalent? (Arduino on breadboard)
You physically need both for decoupling/bypass. Look up those terms to see why.
Aug
10
comment Specifying relay for breaking injection molding control circuit
This seems like a product recommendation question.
Aug
8
comment Binary info to Decimal representation using circuitry
What software is this, what are the unlabeled yellow boxes, and what's the block in the top left?
Aug
7
comment Connecting 19v 3Ah projector to 4 linked power banks
You need to figure out the discharge curves of your power banks -- do they maintain 5V each until they're low, or do they gradually decrease voltage as they're used up? (If they gradually decrease, you might end up with <19V very quickly.)
Aug
4
comment Can I solder any module onto a PCB?
Yeah, I also looked it up and found the turret/castle definition, along with this answer: electronics.stackexchange.com/a/295443/81225. Of course that post is also just guessing as to the correct term, but meh. I'm sure both are correct.
Aug
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comment Can I solder any module onto a PCB?
I think the term is castellations, but maybe crenellations are a synonym? I haven't seen that before though.
Aug
4
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Aug
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comment Voltage divider with a negative rail
@MCG Sorry but this question has already been answered... so what? People can answer questions years after they've already been answered by others. Also this answer is an attempt to get you to work through the problem yourself some more so that you can arrive at the correct conclusion.