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Is there anywhere online that helps teach how to /think/ in circuits for creating or problem solving?Like, after someone knows what resistors and capacitors do, how does someone use that to dream up circuits?My problem is that I can follow instructions and schematics easy, but I never have any clue how I would have come up with something like the simplest circuit on my own, much less how to come up with an original circuit purpose using a 555 timer.And I get some of these simple circuits, and those with a 555 timer, have already been made the most efficient by Mims, etc, but how would one even get an original thought in the ballpark?Is there anywhere that teaches how to think /in/ electronics, how to use electronics to solve simple problems? Please and thank you!
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> "Batteries are soldered to the battery inputs of the 1000c, with the USB out powering the Pi. The 12v boost converter is wired to the raw battery outs on the 1000c, then to the screen."The 12v boost converter is wired in parallel to the battery as it is to the 1000C board? Wouldn't this power the screen even when the 1000C board was switched off? I am probably missing something here. Could you please elaborate? I have having a similar issue powering a 7" TFT (non touch screen) along side my RaspPi with a 1000C board.Please and thank you!
so maybe something like this for the 12v booster?https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01INC50WE/ref=psd_mlt_bc_B01INC50WE
so for me, I was going to use one of adafruits lipo batteries, so it would hook up to the top left connector, and the the Pi to the 5V and GND, but what would be the raw outputs, the right hand terminals where the USB port would go if wanted? and so the screen and the 12v booster would both connect there in parallel?...sorry, I'm kind of dense, and I don't want to blow the few things I bought with my pennies. thanks!
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