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PostPosted: 18.02.2003 06:55 
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what does pin B from BC547 go to?


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PostPosted: 18.02.2003 09:37 
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B (base) is the center leg of the transistor and it goes to the center pin of that potentiometer. This way you can alter the base current and control higher current flowing through those other legs.


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PostPosted: 19.02.2003 06:25 
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oh, ok, can u have an lcd showing the voltage? and would it work if i just ripped out the guts of a multimeter and put it in the thing, or would that eat up all the voltage (not sure how a multimeter works)?


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carnut101 wrote:
oh, ok, can u have an lcd showing the voltage? and would it work if i just ripped out the guts of a multimeter and put it in the thing, or would that eat up all the voltage (not sure how a multimeter works)?

Just demolish a multimeter. At least it's the easy way... Unless you can find some LCD-voltmeters.

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just wondering, what kind of potetiometer do i need? what ohm rating?


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