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Thread: +5V from 120 VAC power
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picon face BY : Morgan Olsson email (remove spam text)



At 18:57 1998-10-26 +0000, you wrote:
>On Mon, 26 Oct 1998, Paul B. Webster VK2BZC wrote:
>
>> fc1 wrote:
>>
>> > Hi friends this circuit was simulated and give +5 Volts and 30 mAmps
>> > from the 120 VAC , the iamge is attached in jpg format is only 21Kb.
>>
>>   Oh boy!  Bit of a blunder there, you've shown C1 as an electrolytic!
>
>I love simulated-only circuits. Does a modern simulator simulate
>sound & smoke effects for parts with exceeded SOA ? ;)
>
>Peter
>
That might be an idea for a great sientific adventure game? :)
/Morgan
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