I Need Help So Bad

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by past me, Dec 14, 2009.

  1. past me

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    I was enrolled to to my cable licence to install alarms video survalience then they told me i had to do this before i can start i have no idea if some one can help me out so i can get back into the workforce alarms have nothing to do with this we doing nothing over 35v on phone lines please guys with great wisdom
     
  2. SgtWookie

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  3. past me

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    i am srry didnt mean it in that way have been reading for 4 days on this information its just the diagrams and caculations i am having trouble with and the formula with resistors and sruff
     
  4. CDRIVE

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    Just a note here... The first part of this test has a question (m) that is worded... I quote:

    "A Capacitor allows ______________ to flow through it."

    The answer they're looking for is "AC" but the statement is misleading because the only current that flows "through" a capacitor is leakage.
     
  5. t06afre

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    Also what do they mean by this statement
    An inductor will allow only_____(18)_____ through? It is not a very good question
     
  6. GetDeviceInfo

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    Quite frankly, I prefer someone with the basic insight to pull my cables. Don't waste our time if you think it's a waste of your time.
     
  7. gerty

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    What's the sense of taking a test if they're going to let you take it home to look everything up.
     
  8. THE_RB

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    Well "through" would indicate current, and inductors pass DC current and block AC current (in the simplest sense) so the answer would be;
    An inductor will allow only DC CURRENT through?

    A question like that is not going to be asking anything too high-brow.
     
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