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Re: Secondary winding direction
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- Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 18:47:51 -0700
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Original poster: "Sue Gaeta" <sgsparky@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Cool! that makes things a lot easier!
If you already have a signal/function generator, you don't even need to
build the 555 circuit I mentioned. Just make yourself a probe with the two
opposing LEDs in paralell in series with say, a 1K resistor. Short the
other lead of the generator to this and slowly bring up the level of the
signal till you get both leds to light. If you can't vary the output of the
generator, then start with a 10K series limiting resistor and then try
lower values 'till the LEDs light up.
This way you can be done in a few minutes!
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Original poster: JBarrett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I guess I am just looking to tune my coil.