No problem Simon822,Hi Spec thank you kindly for your time & help,,,
(observing the picture-attached again), could be that the
- #2, is a: 2N2222A transistor,,,
- I'm suspecting same with the #4!?
- Any one else would like to pitch in, please?
Electronics are part of our daily life, for some of us, and I'm startingYes a 2N2222A transistor would work OK too in positions #2 and #4: http://www.onsemi.com/pub_link/Collateral/2N2222A-D.PDF
Yes, electronics is very interesting and it is not that hard to learn the basics. As you are in Ohio you will be able to get all the information, components and tools you would need.Electronics are part of our daily life, for some of us, and I'm starting to realize how much fun would be to understand and apply it.
Back to the picture at the top:
- #3 seems to be 210 ohms! (1/4 or 1/2 Wat!)
- #1 seems to be 2,500 ohms! (1/4 or 1/2 Wat!)
Two questions, please:
- Would there be any free software, to draw correctly this diagram,
assuming it was ID'd correctly, and it works in real practice.
-Would there be some sort of formula to check these values:
volts, resistance, ohms, etc?
Thank you, Les.If you can take a colour picture of the circuit we could read the value of the resistors.
and cowboybobYou're welcome, Simon.
Never too late to dive in. Lots of experience, talent and a remarkable willingness to help here, especially spec and les.