circuit simulator

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atlas

Joined Jul 18, 2006
28
hi guys,

Please have a look at the attachment, and all of your suggestions and ideas are most welcomed....... I hope you guys can help me with it......
 

JoeJester

Joined Apr 26, 2005
4,191
Are you saying that using an energy source that delivers 135 mW [0.9 x 0.15] connected to this device the result would be 45W [15 x 3].

Your device not only doesn't consume power it manufactures it.

Am I understanding you correctly?
 

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atlas

Joined Jul 18, 2006
28
my device (circuit simulator) will result 45w where voltage and current of the energy source are amplified , but remember my device consist of LM741 op-amps and DC power amplifier which needs s external power supplies in order to operate..LM741 needs an external power supply of positive and negative 15 volts, and the DC power amplifier needs an external power supply of positive and negative 24 volts to operate... Of course my device consumes power in order to operate but it produces a a magnified voltage versus current curve that is simillar to the curve of the small energy source with a small voltage and current.

If you still have doubts let me know please.... Thanks a lot for your reply and support....
 
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