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  1. I don't know but This guy might. http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Peaks/3938/
  2. LM337 Datasheet Click Here National Semi Info page click here
  3. Long wires tend to create a voltage loss. Try changing the resistor to a smaller size to compensate. Or try this circuit with the 2N2222 instead of the 2N3904.
  4. I believe this should do the trick! http://www.amarkham.com/andrew/light_master.htm
  5. Here is another View of the circuit I came up with just in case anyone may need it for something. I can come up with a faster relay for you that will not have a spike if you like.
  6. I combined some circuits and here is what I came up with!
  7. Here are some useful Links http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Bill_Bowden/r_ctrl.htm http://www.reed-electronics.com/ednmag/archives/1996/020196/03di2.htm http://www.tfs.net/~petek/autoelec/simple/tog3pos.htm
  8. Too bad there wasn't some way to incorperate a Set / Reset Flip-Flop into the circuit so that only one relay is on at a time.
  9. Check out these links! http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Shire/3075/globe.html http://www.arttec.net/Levitation/Kit.html http://www.arttec.net/Press/N&V/Levitation.pdf http://www.arttec.net/Levitation/LevSchematic.PDF http://www.arttec.net/Press/N&V/Levitation.pdf http://www.oz.net/%7Ecoilgun/levitation/harddrive.htm http://www.levitron.com http://www.amasci.com/maglev/maglev.html
  10. http://ece-www.colorado.edu/~ecen4618/cd4046.htm http://www.designpcb.com/discuss/user/non-frames/message.asp?forumid=5&messageid=5450&threadid=5450
  11. http://www.allelectronics.com/cgi-bin/category.cgi?category=345&type=store http://www.meci.com/Catalog/ViewItem.asp http://www.mouser.com/?Ne=400&handler=data.listcategory&Ntt=*led*%2b*display*&terms=led+display&crc=false&N=401
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  13. Check out these. http://www.electronic-circuits-diagrams.com/funimages/funckt4.shtml http://www.techlib.com/electronics/gags.html
  14. Here is the type of Switches I make at my Job. They go up on Power Poles.
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  16. [1]chic Pronunciation: 'shEk Function: noun Etymology: French Date: 1856 1 : smart elegance and sophistication especially of dress or manner : STYLE <wears her clothes with superb chic> 2 : a distinctive mode of dress or manner associated with a fashionable lifestyle, ideology, or pursuit [2]chic Function: adjective Date: 1865 1 : cleverly stylish : SMART <the woman who is chic adapts fashion to her own personality
  17. Haven't gave up yet. Here is what i found so far! sti3520 MPEG2 single chip audio/video decoder support VMI http://siou.free.fr/electdoc.html http://siou.free.fr/Documents/4674.pdf http://www.growl.de/download/sti3520.pdf http://www.satellites.co.uk/php-bin/forum/archive/index.php/t-10969 http://www.eurostar-digital.com/satch.htm http://www.pennskog.com/cinemaster/hardware.htm http://www.mpeg2.de/doc/maillist/mp2lis.htm http://www.pennskog.com/cinemaster/hardware_s.htm http://www.linuxtv.org:81/mailinglists/vdr/2002/11-2002/msg00328.html
  18. Here Try This. http://www.micro-ohm.com/colorcode/rescolor.html http://www.mbarron.net/Resistor/#dll
  19. How about : Finder Minder Loco Locator Beeper Keeper Finders Keepers Panic Button Fun Finder Hide and Seak Lost and Found Blood Hound Cyberfinder Chic Seaker
  20. Woosh there it goes. It just went over my head! ???
  21. Explain Better. What do you need it to preset for? Are you needing a Timer or a Time keeping Clock with 24 hour readout? What is the application? Turn on sprinklers at 5pm and off at 6pm? What exactly do you need ? Does it need to keep time on a display? Or just a long time delay to turn on one thing. How many presets? Now I just confused myself. Hmmm ???
  22. I found it before here is the link. http://www.electronics-lab.com/forum/attachments/STi5518.pdf
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