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Help with some noise filtering? Answered

I've attached a file of a project I will build, but should I need some noise filtering capacitors?

Thanks,
BoK

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aelias36
aelias36

Best Answer 8 years ago

Do you mind exporting your diagram in a jpeg or png file?

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aelias36
aelias36

Answer 8 years ago

Screenshot, at least? Also, giving best answers will help you get better answers.

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thegeeke
thegeeke

Answer 8 years ago

+1!

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aelias36
aelias36

Answer 8 years ago

You're driving a microprocessor straight from a battery? Can you make the screenshot bigger?

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Balls of Kevlar
Balls of Kevlar

Answer 8 years ago

yes, and I can't but I can tell you that it is an IC in the middle, the two top pins go to a battery, and all the other connected ones goes to a resistor then an led and then ground, that is it ;D

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aelias36
aelias36

Answer 8 years ago

First of all, you shouldn't be running a microprocessor directly from a battery. What if the voltage is too high? Too low? What if the battery is accidentally reversed?

Second, what type of battery is it?

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aelias36
aelias36

Answer 8 years ago

You don't need a cap.

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Balls of Kevlar
Balls of Kevlar

Answer 8 years ago

put an answer if you want "best answer" ;D

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

8 years ago

Lots of questions, lots of answers, but no best answers - no more help from me.

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Balls of Kevlar
Balls of Kevlar

Answer 8 years ago

sorry didn't know that, i'm new to everything, should I just do that to the most helpful question?

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

Answer 8 years ago

Yes.

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Re-design
Re-design

Answer 8 years ago

You probably got on his bad side when you told him he had to learn how to use capacitors.