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  1. Search Results L293B and L293E http://www.st.com/stonline/books/pdf/docs/1328.pdf L293D ST Datasheet http://www.st.com/stonline/books/pdf/docs/1330.pdf TI Datasheet http://focus.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/l293d.pdf App Notes http://msgroups.tech.northwestern.edu/dc/dc99/docs/l293eapp1.pdf http://www.st.com/stonline/products/literature/an/1675.pdf Other Info http://www.cse.cuhk.edu.hk/~khwong/ceg3430/mrobot7.pdf http://www.dprg.org/projects/1998-04a/ http://www.seattlerobotics.org/encoder/may98/steppers.html http://www.cs.uiowa.edu/~jones/step/circuits.html http://www.stanford.edu/~pjc30943/school/ME218%20labs/KrisPaulSal%20-%20Lab%208%20Report.doc http://www.me.umn.edu/courses/me2011/robot/technotes/L293/L293.html
  2. Would it be possible to use this IC to drive large Transistors like a 2N3055 so the circuit can handle Large loads? http://www.cse.cuhk.edu.hk/~khwong/ceg3430/mrobot7.pdf
  3. What Year and Model is the BMW? 1986? http://www.bmwgsclub.nl/artikelen.htm
  4. Here is the Datasheet http://download.siliconexpert.com/pdfs/2004/0629/semi_ap/1/roh/qd/bu2050f.pdf
  5. Yes that is a self reseting circuit breaker of a sort.
  6. I did find this. http://www.fastcomtec.de/fwww/datashee/amp/cr-110.pdf http://www.fastcomtec.de/fwww/cremat.htm
  7. I had something like this on a crossover for tweeter protection. It was a circuit breaker that would open if too much power was sent to the tweeter. It reset it's self when you lowered the volume. My guess is a fast acting micro fuse and the time stamp tells how fast it acts. Just a guess.
  8. Here is what I have [attachment deleted by admin] SONY_PLAY_STATION.PDF the-ultimate-playstation-manual.pdf
  9. A Quick Search came up with these circuits. http://uk.geocities.com/ronj_1217/4d_mod.html http://www.amarkham.com/andrew/pic_alarm.htm
  10. You probably need to know about Lighting and Audio Equipment in a Theater Atmosphere.
  11. A Speaker don't care aslong as it gets audio it makes a sound.
  12. You will be using all of them as power Just Recycled Power. Even better. ???
  13. Are you sure it is not 7.68MHZ ? Mouser has several in-stock 7.6MHz Crystals http://www.mouser.com/search/Refine.aspx?Ne=1447464+254016&Ntt=*7.6*%2b*MHz*%2b*Crystal*&Msb=0&Mkw=7.6+MHz+Crystal&N=1323038 IN-STOCK ITEMS Mouser Part #: 520-HCA768-20X IN-STOCK Manufacturer Part #: ECS-76.8-20-1X 7.68 Manufacturer: ECS Description: HC-49/U Microprocessor Crystals 7.68 MHZ 20pF Mouser Part #: 695-CS20-768 IN-STOCK Manufacturer Part #: CS20 7.680MABJ-UT Manufacturer: Citizen Description: CS20 SMD Crystals CS20 SMD Crystals 7.68 MHZ 18pF CERAMIC SMD Datasheet http://www.citizencrystal.com/images/pdf/ms-cs20.pdf Mouser Part #: 520-HCU768-20X IN-STOCK Manufacturer Part #: ECS-76.8-20-4X Manufacturer: ECS Description: HC-49/U-S Microprocessor Crystals 7.68 MHZ 20pF NON-STOCK ITEMS Mouser Part #: 695-HC49US-768-U Manufacturer Part #: HC49US7.680MABJ-UB Manufacturer: Citizen Description: HC49US Radial Leaded Crystals HC49US Radial Leaded Crystals 7.680 MHz 18pF HC49S THROUGH HOLE Datasheet http://www.citizencrystal.com/images/pdf/ms-hc49us.pdf Mouser Part #: 695-CM309S-768-U Manufacturer Part #: CM309S7.680MABJ-UT Manufacturer: Citizen Description: CM309S SMD Crystals CM309S SMD Crystals 7.680 MHZ 18pF PLASTIC SMD Datasheet http://www.citizencrystal.com/images/pdf/ms-cm309s.pdf Mouser Part #: 695-CSA309-768-U Manufacturer Part #: CSA309 7.680MABJ-UB Manufacturer: Citizen Description: Crystals 7.680MHz Datasheet http://www.citizencrystal.com/images/pdf/ms-csa.pdf
  14. I did not find what you seak but, here are my search results. LM15SGFNZ07 C60 datasheet or just the pinout http://www.eio.com/public/lcd.2004/0581.html Siemens A60. Its a 101x80 pixel display module, 4096 colors on-glas controller is named DJ3N0091 http://www.elektronika.ba/forum/viewtopic.php?t=356&start=15&sid=c29570107f62f877bc75f2b65c992d9a LM4900BG33G100SNY Datasheet http://www.elektronika.ba/forum/uploadz/1136315308_100x33_lcd.pdf http://www.handyersatzteilshop.de/a_Handy-Display_Ericsson_K750i__Display%2BSony%2BEricsson%2BK750i_280524_805130-869935272__.html http://www.mobile-files.ru/forum/index.php
  15. other alternitives Vodca Beer and Pee http://www.theregister.com/2005/08/15/pee-powered_battery/ http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=15064 http://www.brighthand.com/default.asp?newsID=11697
  16. Where else are you going to get power? A Capacitor can only hold a charge for so long. Solar won't work at night. I guess you could hook a bunch of Crystal sets up to get your power or your Plants...... http://www.mitedu.freeserve.co.uk/Circuits/Misc/potplant.htm
  17. Here is one from our Projects section. http://www.electronics-lab.com/projects/test/019/index.html
  18. Here is a circuit of a low battery Alarm.
  19. First off this should be in the Circuit Request Section Check out these posts they will help you on your Quest. http://www.electronics-lab.com/forum/index.php?topic=1486.msg8973#msg8973 http://www.electronics-lab.com/forum/index.php?topic=1467.msg8772#msg8772
  20. Nice bunch of circuits. Here are a couple I found very usefull.
  21. or you could just use an LM323 Regulator 5 volts 3 amps LM123_LM323.pdf
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