That is really weird eh. Thanks so much Eric. You made my day!hi,
Look at this PwrBug asc file.
There is a 'funny' in LTS regarding which way around a resistor is, that determines the direction of current flow, hence the neg power.
Use key F7 to grab the RL resistor, then CTL+R key and rotate it by 180 degrees.
Clear the plot and re-run the sim, it should be the same positive power label value as mine.
Not entirely true.nce power cannot have a negative value, unless you are referring to the flow of power or loss of power, i.e. a difference in power values.
That is what I said, it's all relative.Not entirely true.
Power delivered is negative and power dissipated is positive.
e.g. 100 W = 10 * 10 W; A 100 W power supply supplying power to 10 items.
0= -100+10 *10
But we don't call a 10 MW power plant a -10 MW power plant.
It's called a negative resistance, but that just means the current decreases as the voltage increases (such as a tunnel diode or the input to a switching regulator).What about a voltage across a negative resistance?
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