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muito obrigado meu amigo! I have visited and also subscribed to your wonderful youtube channel. Keep in contact via PM. tchau!
the symbol shown is correct.https://www.circuitlab.com/blog/2013/10/17/new-mosfet-schematic-symbols/
soundfile linkonly added a bit of delay.
soundfile linkOnly added a bit of delay.Mods: replaced R9: was 100K now is 47K. Added 470p ceramic parallel with R12
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Great project & lots of jumpers ! . Check out my clock using CD4017´s and bargraph displays. http://www.instructables.com/id/Bar-graph-display-Digital-Clock/?ALLSTEPS
Hi! nothing really novel in this circuit but yes, it´s my design. I´ll include a soundfile shortly. Thanks!
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one of the blacks to battery (+) the other to transistor Collector + diode anode +jumper. The yellow (center tap) is not used.
hi!4401 is perfect
post an image of your circuit. See if I can help.
the 4th cap is for decoupling but is not mandatory. (not necessary)
HI!yellow cap is a 10uF tantalum electrolytic.
I have published a circuit update and a PCBoard download. http://www.instructables.com/id/10-Year-LED-Flashe...and a youtube video:Thanks!
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Hi!! I interpret your supply is +30v / -30v split supply. Or is it +15v/-15v ? . I optimized the circuit for a +30v/-30v split supply. Change the values to the ones in green color. If supply is other, let me know.Connect circuit to amp as I show in this diagram. Condenser is 10uFx50v electrolytic. Sorry for the transformer drawing , I did it with the mouse!
Hi! sorry, maybe my schematic is not tidy enough. High power amps (and many lower power) have a power (+)supply and a (-)supply voltage (often referred to as "rails") and a 0 volt rail (ground). The -v rail N.C means: NO CONNECTION to the -v rail. The only connections to use are: Supply +v , Supply 0v, and amp output. As for your 18v supply, you should not use it at all. The clip indicator circuit operates from the amp´s own supply voltages. A word of caution: high power amps use high voltage supplies. You may have over 200volts between v+ and v- . A shock could be extremely dangerous. Greetings!!
Hi! This circuit is optimized for higher power amps:
Nice work !! Thank you ! ---|>|---
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