...that relay. The power is DC at the + & -. What are all the resistors and capacitors doing? Is this a timing thing? Could someone maybe run a...

The wattage of the four parallel resistors is additive to get the total wattage. You want extra total wattage so they don't get too hot during...

...hoping it would be something simple. So in parallel it will divide the ohms by the number of resistors and multiply the watts? Thanks for the help.

You may consider these resistors. If you buy 4 of them and put them in parallel you will have 0.5 ohms at 480 watts....

That is just to let TS comparing the inputs circuit what is different with mine. I think you were thinking too deep, the input just shown on the...

...The delays created by the 100uF capacitors and the base resistors in not a useful method of preventing shoot-through, either. If you "tune" the...

I mentioned something because when you doing the test then you have some place to find out the problem, The position of 12K can be works as...

...at most 392 watts at 28 amps. I linked to the available .5 ohm resistors I could find but some are 6 week lead times and others are 6 volts,...

...so we may begin experiment. Any advice, given the schematics I've posted along with the resistors and capacitors and diodes, and transistor...

...Also we're ordering 1k, 10k, 100k, and 470k resistors along with .1 uf, 1uf, 1nf, 10nf capacitors for our circuit so that the circuit will...

...of induction. I used this scheme, R1 and R2 are 240 ohm 0.6 W resistors, D1 and D2 are two Schottky diodes, T1 and T2 are 100V, 35A MOSFETs, C1...

...If you use ~500Hz for the PWM freq (~2000us period), then the resistors around the FETs are not particularly critical. 25% PWM duty cycle would...

...- NPN BD135 N-Fet - IRFZ24N P-Fet - IRF9530 1k and 10k Resistors I'm confused when you say the resistors are determining how fast the...

...circuit which I found on this forum. I know all values of resistors, capacitors and stuff. But I would like to ask you, if you could give me...

...as load, I tested the circuit starting from 12k to 820k including 47k with other various resistors between pin 6 to wiper of the pot, still no...

Yes. If you know the current the trimmer draws then you can calculate the resistor you need to drop the voltage about 20%. Be sure to calculate...

You still seem to be confusing two different things. Yes, the input bias current can cause an offset voltage at the output but that's independent...

......and the input bias offset current are the current which cause the input offset voltage to develop across the input resistors.... lots of...

Yes, they are talking about cancellation of the input offset voltage caused by input bias current . And here you have example Case 1 - R3 was not...

...or if they are talking about cancellation of the input offset voltage then ...why they have named it "Input bias current cancellation resistors"