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Thread: EE challenge PIC && 12V battery
face BY : mikespam_OUT@EraseMEwhitewing.co.uk

On Tue, 16 Jan 2001 08:36:46 +1100, you wrote:

>Be carefull with that one resistor to full AC voltage - you'll get away with
>it on 110V RMS systems, but 230V (peak way over 400V) systems *WILL* destroy
>the resistor in time.  The solution is to use 2 equal value resistors in
>series so that each experiences less than 300V peak (their design limit).
..or use metal glaze resistors, which are deigned for high voltage
>This is a global discussion group so designs and FAQs *SHOULD* always take
>into account that most of the world now uses the nominal 230V standard.
>(Are you listening Microchip ?).

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