Am I missing something in rudimentary schematic?

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Steven Rice

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I drew a rudimentary schematic for the circuit that I've been thinking of using. Am I missing something like a resistive/capacitive part of the circuit? Please don't reply to tell me how this won't work. Resized_2021-03-10_002343.jpg
 

MrChips

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Yes you are.
You missed reading about the first item in paragraph 6 of the User Agreement:

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Yaakov

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I drew a rudimentary schematic for the circuit that I've been thinking of using. Am I missing something like a resistive/capacitive part of the circuit? Please don't reply to tell me how this won't work.
I can’t tell you it won’t work because I can’t tell what it is supposed to do. Your schematic doesn’t represent anything useful so I can’t determine if something is missing.

The thing that jumps out is you forget a source of power, of course, but I fear that’s intentional. If it is supposed to be mechanically powered then I have no idea what adding anything would do because I don’t know what you want from it.

It’s really odd that you would present this here.
 
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