Discussion in 'Modding' started by Guest-16, 23 Feb 2003.
Your pots aren't going to be variable if you don't connect the wipers...
ah! cool how do i know which ones the right one? See - i told u i know FA bout leccy. And yea, mappers is bout 40mins away, near my uni (umist) i get off the bus every morning in front of it.
cpemma - could u show me how to connect it properly then
Connect the wiper to the top end of the pot, should go faster when you turn clockwise. I think nox-silicons will go slower as you turn the pot clockwise, he's got wiper to ground end of pot.
Anyway, looking at the shaft side, pins down, the left pin and middle pin should be used, middle can be linked to RH pin.
It gives breif discriptions of spec for each. Plus theres some example circuits, copy and paste is your friend!
Do you get the 'Metro-Link'?, god i've been on that thing 3 times to oxford road, it crashed/scraped a car 2 of those
Can't find it on their site. Got a code?
edit: found it. N29AJ, not quite on site. Free demo here.
The other ones they do (Cadpack) include Proteus Lite, free nagging version from Labcenter Electronics
Na, only magic bus' from fallowfield to oxford road station.
I just got an interesting email from a friend whos doing electronics at cardiff - he said:
eh? why?? of course they will have heatsinks but what happens to them?
Them Welshmen must be abusing them. Reply "Baaaaa..."
It's worth adding some caps as shown on the data sheet, a 317T can, under the wrong circumstances, turn into a radio transmitter.
One thing, if you model the CircuitMaker schematic you've done, change those DC Motors to 50-ohm resistors, a bit more like a case fan than a 100H inductor.
You what? eh?? data sheet? caps where? radio transmitter???? ive got speakers not 2" from where its gonna be..
k will do.
I use MultiSim for my simulation and analysis needs. The full version is rather expensive, but a Student Suite can be had bundled with a lot of different DC Circuit Analysis texts. It's DEFINITELY worth the money, which I believe is around $90.
Ah yes, linkage: http://www.electronicsworkbench.com/html/eduprodc.html
are any of the recommended programs good for beginners AND do the PCB automatically?
sorry to dig up this old thread but i m also intrested in the question above.
which one does pcb s automatically?
/EDIT: for all the people not looking at the bottom of the page where there are similar pages, they can find this:
which seems a great guide. sorry again for digging this up
I'm using Multisim aswell for simulation. I use a really old prog called automate, which includes autocap for circuit design and ultiboard for PCBs. It does autoroute but you can do it manually aswell.
Never realized I'm using high priced software ;o
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