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I am currently working with an AC Integrator and have a square wave as my input while my output is a triangular wave.
I am confused why the triangular wave has a decreasing slope when the square wave is at +4V. I believe it has something to do with the area under the square wave...
I am completely new to this and am confused about a lot of things the way my professor wants us to set-up the stuff.
Anyways, following the steps to the best of my ability, I ended up at this point here:
A SCHEMATIC OF AN INVERTER.
I did a DRC run and there were no errors with my schematic.
Good afternoon to everyone. I am researching about electrical protections in the industry and I was wondering if anyone knows any program to simulate the defects that affect electrical systems. Thanks in advance
Just as the title says I have an electric drill 110v/220v. I want to make it run slow.
Thing is when I bought this drill few months ago I didn't knew much about it. I just bought the one with more watts as the guy at store suggested.
Now I found that drilling through metal requires slow...