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Use Your Laptop as Oscilloscope
Nice, It's look's like good, do you have videos? I want to see how It's fly...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqAZEFtftr0
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Water Injection – stage 1
Eventually after months of research on bike stabilizers I bought one Wenpod X1.... quite cheap, compact and decent: http://darewarelabs.com/wenpod-x1-gopro-stabilizer-for-bikes/
Looking at the schematic, it seems we have a voltage divider, and quite an obnoxious one at that due to orders of magnitude. Why use 82k Ohm with 22k Ohm in series? Why not something in scale of mega ohms?
you have 2 of the diodes not in their correct polarity, back to back diodes will work as long as ratings are not exceeded, however this diagram will cause a short and could damage an already very poor person's personal computer!! This is totally unacceptable. Back to back diodes is usually implying one forward biased diode in series with one (respectively) reverse-biased diode(usually identical diode model).
i guess u can put a stepdown transformer, a resistor and a capacitor into thr circuit.The transformer will lower the voltage.For the capacitor, make sure that the inductive reactance of thr transformer is equal to the capacitive reactance so that the added RLC circuit wont affect much the waveform produced by the ac generator ur working in. And the resistor will lower the current.This is just my theory.. i hope it helps..
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