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  1. The Al Bundy

    The Al Bundy Guest

    Ok you won :) I made a little mistake in counting the voltages.
    Anyways, a diode from fuse to ground is a bad idea :)

    Al
     
  2. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

    ---
    That's funny!

    We both won.

    You were right about the long lines/inductive load and I was right about
    the polarity of the spike, so you were right that the circuit needs a
    diode in it, and I was right about that it needs to be connected like
    this:

    +DC>--+--[FUSE]--+------+-->>---////--+
    | | | |
    S | | |
    PCH G--------+ | |
    D | |K |
    | | [DIODE] [LOAD]
    [LED] | | |
    | [100K] | |
    [R] | | |
    | | | |
    GND>--+----------+------+-->>---////--+

    The final circuit????
     
  3. SHAUN

    SHAUN Guest

    Al what is a FET and what is it used for. I am a new person in electronic
    and I'm trying to learn all that I can


    SHAUN
     
  4. SHAUN

    SHAUN Guest

    HEY I LIKED IT SO MUCH THAT I DOWNLOADED THE APPLICATION FROM THE WEBSITE,
    SO THAT I MAY BE ABLE TO PRACTICE WHEN I GET IN MY ELECTRONIC COURSES

    shaun
     
  5. The Al Bundy

    The Al Bundy Guest

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    Looks fine to me :)

    Al
     
  6. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

  7. SHAUN

    SHAUN Guest

    what do you mean Jeff? Am I too far behind to begin learning? If so please
    help me get up to speed.

    Shaun
     
  8. SHAUN

    SHAUN Guest

    Can someone please explain to me how to interpret these drawings? I have
    not began the first electronics class yet, but this is why I joined this
    newsgroup so that I may be able to get a jump on learning electronics, so if
    anyone has the time please start at the beginning so I can at least have a
    cluee of ehat you guys are even talking about OK

    Shaun
     
  9. ChadMan

    ChadMan Guest

    No Shaun, what he is saying is basically is "Don't
    waste everyone's time" "Search google first" and
    read up on a subject.

    I find that kind of response a little harsh
    and I would reply instead "FET stands for: Field
    Effect Transistor. To find out what that is, do
    a search using GOOGLE for FET and read up on it
    first. If you still don't understand what it is
    then post some questions here and we will be glad
    to help." And most will

    Try to use GOOGLE first and that will save you
    from being mauled by the bears "most" of the time.
    some are here to help and some like you and I are
    here to learn.

    Thanks to all those willing to help!

    ChadMan
     
  10. SHAUN

    SHAUN Guest

     
  11. If all you do is learn and never help, you won't be of much use to
    anyone here.

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  12. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Actually, I kind of tend to disagree - I'm one of those guys who
    spouts stuff that I think I know, and if it helps anybody, it gives
    me a nice warm fuzzy feeling. :)

    Admittedly, it's nice when the one who asks the question at least
    acknowledges the responses. :)

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
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