I believe you are miles away from understanding what a current transformer is. It is *not* "similar to power transformers." You do not "get...

...of this current transformer. Its similar to power transfomers you apply for example 220V onto primary and you get 12V onto secondary. In that...

This is where I get confused, Vs = 12 volts, I = 300 mA, so 12/.300 = 40. but the answer the book gives is R2 = 200 ohms ? I just don't get it.

...voltage source. That is the total current of the whole circuit. Apply Ohm's Law: V=IR. You know V. You know I. Solve for R, you get total...

...is unrelated to the op's question. So you have to read the replies carefully to see which apply to your question and which don't. :rolleyes:

...over that part because you didn't see the point. The key is to just apply Ohm's Law. The relationship between the voltage and current in a...

...as for three resistors in parallel. What this means is we can apply the original formula: Rp=Ra*Rb/(Ra+Rb) recursively when there is more...

...≥ 12V. In other words, find the circuit you want to use for PWM and apply your variable voltage to pin 5. Not all will work, but most will....

The reset would be at random (PID control loop). I tried a diode bridge as well but since I need it reset to zero, I found no other way up to now...

If you don't want to apply a reset signal, for example with a continuous input, then you can use a very high value resistor in place of the fet....

...--- By way of avoidance of confusion; this note does not apply if you are certain the 'lamps' operate properly on 12V... In either case,...

...which teaches us a great deal, and then we can figure out how to apply that to the real world where the assumptions get replaced by...

...From there, the existing drive mechanism is likely fine and can apply voltage to the base of the higher-current handling MOSFETs as well as it...

You can also turn on both Nfets at turn off to apply braking, ensure both Pfets are off. Max.

...to buy such stuffs but if I purchase one of them(or anything), I always would use them. Thanks a lot guys. I'm going to apply this method on...

...frequency you want). What will the waveform at V1 look like? Then apply that waveform to the second part of the circuit (the integrator)....

If the coating came off that easy, its probably what didn't prevent that corrosion. The clever bit is identifying whether acid or alkali is the...

...like scotch brite pads, wire brush, or fine grit sandpaper to remove as much as you can and then apply solder to protect from further corrosion.

...you everyone for your replies so far. dang :( off to a not so good start. I take it I should be able to find some sort of product to re-apply?

Okay, so now apply that to something that is related to the court case. Your neighbor borrows 1 cup of sugar. You pay your neighbor back 1 cup of...