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I have an RGB LED led that needs more or less 3 volts to perform correctly its light routine.
Can I use for my project a 3.3V zener diode?
Only using the rectifier diode and the cap as a buffer the voltage would be a rather constant 4.8V.
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Just a quick question/project I was hoping someone wouldn’t mind lending some of their thoughts on, please.
So I’ve a couple of; 12v 4 pin RGB 120mm PC fans that I would like to install in my networking cabinet. One of the cables on the...
Recently I've been fiddling around with this RGB LED board out of an Illuminated Arcade Joystick. Right now, it has a set of pre-programmed sequences that light up different LED combinations and change the overall RGB colour. This is all controlled by transistors carrying the supply voltage and...
Well, I have decided to take on a rather ambitious project to start out my 2016, but I am at a loss on where to start. I know what I want the project to do, and have a decent understanding of what needs to be done, but could use a little guidance in what circuit layouts would work best.