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Felix: I

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the circuit A had a thingy on the end...which i thought was an amplifier...so i just talked about how the switch and amplifier controls the output of circuit B...

now that i checked, the little thingy on A is actually an "inductor"
 

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Originally posted by Felix: I
the circuit A had a thingy on the end...which i thought was an amplifier...so i just talked about how the switch and amplifier controls the output of circuit B...

now that i checked, the little thingy on A is actually an "inductor"
Urg.

I said that Circut A gave Circut B more voltage ...
 

Stick-Mikko

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thats what i said...
the loops looked like a transformer...
so i said 3v stepped up to 24 v with an Earth (that liney pointing down arrow) to take any overflows....
total bs i might add
 

dangleberry

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I said that there was a transformer which stepped up the voltage from 3V to 24V, and that the switch controlled the supply of power from circuit A to circuit B, since there was no power source in circuit B.

Dont know if it is right, but thought I would put my ideas here anyway...

There was a few questions that I had no idea about, like the twisting of unshielded wires or something. Totally bullshitted that one.
 

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