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sir can i use 1uf 63v electrolytic capacitor in place of the 1uf 50v ceramic capacitor? If yes then how will i know which terminal needs to be connected to which pin?
Sir, can i use 1uf 63v electrolytic capacitor in place of the 1uf 50v ceramic capacitor? If yes then how will i know which terminal needs to be connected to which pin?
What is so special about the INA106 IC than the other class of differential amplifier? Is it because of its high gain of 110? Or is there any other reason?
Thanks Sir,its quite a relief knowing the reason.
Good to know that the 82k will work since i have already ordered them. Desperately waiting for the components to come. Thanks again Sir.
i have ordered all the components from the site electronicscomp.com. They have cash on delivery option too. Only the things that i couldn't find there was the 80.6k resistor and the EMG cables and the electrodes. So i had to compensate the 80.6k with the 82k resistor and i am still searching for the EEG/EMG lead cables since they are very less prone to noise compared to the simple copper ones. So did you used the EMG/EEG lead wires or just directly the copper wire attached to an alligator clip?
Hey bro from where did you ordered the 80.6k ohm resistor? i couldn't find them anywhere
actually i found a pdf file same as this- here's the link., maybe someone has manipulated with it -https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&...
Sir its really damn important. I am building a prosthetic arm as my final year engineering project. I am using this muscle sensor to do it but i have some confusion. First one is- In one of your earlier version of the muscle sensor you had used 453k resistor in between pin 1 and pin 2 instead of the 150k in case of chip B. Sir, what difference did it make by updating it with a 150k resistor?Second one is- In the earlier version you had used a 10k resistor instead of the 1k,why is that? What are the complications that you observed in the earlier version?
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