Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by jut, Jan 8, 2010.

1. jut Thread Starter Senior Member

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2. StayatHomeElectronics Well-Known Member

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I would say Vds = 5V and Id = 3A.

3. beenthere Retired Moderator

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I get 2 amps/4 volts.

4. t06afre AAC Fanatic!

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I would also say Vds = 5V and Id = 3A.

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Hello,

I think it is 5 Volts and 3 Ampere;

Greetings,
Bertus

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6. Papabravo Expert

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If you remember that 10^0 = 1 and each line between is one more than the previous one, it should be clear.

The sequence of lines starting @ 10^0 is:
[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10] where 10 corresponds to 10^1

7. VoodooMojo Active Member

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I get 3.5 volts and 2 amps

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8. Papabravo Expert

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You've mistaken the parameter Vgs=3.5 volts for the Drain Source Voltage. The point at the arrowhead is at Vds=5V and Id=3Amps.

Where'd you guys learn to read graphs?

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Throw darts.

10. VoodooMojo Active Member

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I cannot argue with that logic!

11. mrmount Active Member

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Vdc=5V and Id=3A considering 10^0=1 and every sub-division after that is incremented by one.

12. jut Thread Starter Senior Member

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$\Rightarrow$

Thanks all for the help.

13. Wendy Moderator

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That's how I read it. They left off the 9V graticule.