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#27890 - 08/06/03 10:21 AM loading a circuit  
GEO  Offline
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looking for a diagram to build something to a test circuit, does not need to be anything other then resistance loading, no % etc. THANKS GEO

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#27891 - 08/06/03 04:54 PM Re: loading a circuit  
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A series-parallel combination of carbon resistors is a common method. We use them in electronics work all the time as dummy loads for audio amplifiers and transmitters under test.

What sort of current, voltage, and power ratings are you looking at for this project?

#27892 - 08/07/03 07:29 AM Re: loading a circuit  
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THANKS maybe just household load of 15-20 I
just curious of how to.i forget there is a big world out there 120 v.

[This message has been edited by GEO (edited 08-07-2003).]

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