Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by mrmeval, Mar 4, 2007.
Are these part of an engineering standard we should be aware of?!!
Lionode: A device all but the bravest electrons will refuse to challenge, even those brave enough to imperil their existance stand little chance. Based on the Darwin effect a lionode will totally block approximately 90 percent of current flow, consume about 8 percent and let 2 percent through. Please note that it has a tendancy to launch itself from the board at fleeing electrons so proper soldering, mounting and bonding technicques are a must.
This is why I avoid automotive electronics. Never can tell when one is going to get mauled.
Haven't seen one of those beasts in quite a while.
If I remember correctly they are four-legged devices that are commonly attached to mains . Right?
Thats the one! They can also make one hell of a noise