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 Post subject: Re: understanding schematics
PostPosted: Sun Apr 29, 2012 5:35 am 
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homie12 wrote:
Oh wow, I feel I almost understand you. Now I just need a little formal education of fundementals of electricity. I am electronics stupid. I have to relate it to flowing water.


Like you I know little about electronics and I often compare it to flowing water, or gas. What is more important is understanding what works.


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 Post subject: Re: understanding schematics
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I only lack a lab partner. This knowledge is our birth right, and not some exhalted prevledge, we have to slave our lives away to obtain. Time to demonstrate how backward status quo really is. And thank you for your support mbrown


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homiewants2 wrote:
I only lack a lab partner. This knowledge is our birth right, and not some exhalted prevledge, we have to slave our lives away to obtain. Time to demonstrate how backward status quo really is. And thank you for your support mbrown


You are welcome


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 Post subject: Re: understanding schematics
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Hey mbrown, cna i get some kind of drawing to show how you place a coil parallel to the relay charger?


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 11:32 am 
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Either just place the coilin parralel with the relay coil or use a setup like Imhoteps radiant oscillator lite.


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Hello everyone! I've made my first oscillator from Imhoteps oscillator lite video, but i can't figure out where shuld i place the snubber. I've connected post 85 and 30 together, but where should i place the cap and the resistor??? any sujestions anyone?


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Is this what you are looking for http://d1190995.domaincentral.com.au/im ... ilator.JPG


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Thank you very much Mbrownn, that's exactly what i was looking for, u r the best!!!


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Thats wery nice diagram, i have one more question, what is the voltage of 1mf cap?


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and the other cap on diagram have the same value?


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