I have perhaps not explained this very well. The idea of the product of the capacitance, resistance and rate of change of input voltage gives the output voltage is a contruct from Ohm's Law, Vout = iR where i = C dVin/dt.Originally posted by Dave@May 17 2004, 03:13 PM
So you say that output voltage is equal to the product of the resistance, the capacitance and the rate of change in input voltage:
Vout = RC dVin/dt
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