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How to design a transistor circuit that controls low-power devices

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  1. ElectroMaster

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    How to design a transistor circuit that controls low-power devices.

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    Describes how to design a simple transistor circuit that will allow microcontrollers or other small signal sources to control low-power actuators such as solenoid valves, motors, etc.



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  2. Sceadwian

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    Funny, there's a high chance that the solenoid block you're using from Clippard was made from parts that the company I work for make, and before about 3 years ago the company I work for bright dipped (brass polishing basically)
     

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