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Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby darkweezil » Wed Aug 06, 2014 6:14 pm

I figured I would start this thread to shed some light on Electronics,Components,Smd,Schematics and Symbols.
Pretty much anything electronic.
I wont be doing game console discussions in this thread though.
I would like to keep it as tidy as possible.
All files have been scanned and are 100% virus free.
(THIS IS A BANDWIDTH EATER,SO THOSE OF YOU WITH SLOW CONNECTIONS MAY WANT TO STEER CLEAR)


Disclaimer:
WORKING WITH AND ON ELECTRONICS CAN BE SEVERELY DANGEROUS AND HAZARDOUS TO A PERSON'S HEALTH.
IT IS ALWAYS ADVISED TO USE CAUTION AND TO TREAT EQUIPMENT WITH RESPECT.
ELECTRICITY CAN AND WILL KILL YOU.
ALSO KEEP IN MIND THAT WORKING WITH CERTAIN CHEMICALS AND LEADED SOLDER CAN BE EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH.
WORK IN VENTILATED AREAS!!
*THEISOZONE IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OR ACCIDENTS THAT MAY OCCUR FROM ANYONE USING THE KNOWLEDGE THAT EXIST IN THIS THREAD*

A REMINDER: Being Careless Around Capacitors Can Get You Killed. Always Discharge Before Working Around Capacitors.


*I WILL ALSO BE ADDING SOME SORT OF AN INDEX LATER*
*LINKS DO NOT BELONG TO ME AND ARE USED FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY*
PROPS TO THEISOZONE FOR BEINGS AN AWESOME COMMUNITY!



Enjoy!

How To Use A Multimeter
http://mechatronics.mech.northwestern.edu/design_ref/tools/multimeter.html


How To Make Your Own Multimeter
http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_6/chpt_3/11.html


What Is An Esr Meter?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ESR_meter


Esr Meter Useful Info/Schematic Informations
http://members.shaw.ca/swstuff/esrmeter.html



What Is An Oscilloscope?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscilloscope

How To Use An Oscilloscope?
https://mae.osu.edu/sites/mae.web.engadmin.ohio-state.edu/files/uploads/ElectronicsLab/oscilloscope_how-to.pdf


Component Packages
http://cladlab.com/electronics/circuit-design/component-packages

Surface Mount Nomenclature And Packaging
http://www.topline.tv/SMDnomen.pdf

Intro To Smt And Smd
http://snk.to/f-ch5qzq2f

Smd Calculator And Misc
http://www.hobby-hour.com/electronics/smdcalc.php


What Is QFN?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quad_Flat_No-leads_package

QFN Information
http://www.home.agilent.com/upload/cmc_upload/All/QuadFlatNoLeadQFNApplicationNoteandBestPractices.pdf?&cc=US&lc=eng

Quad Flat No Leads (QFN) Info Picture
http://snk.to/f-c71jyj3u

Smd Abbreviations
http://snk.to/f-chp8b8s9

Smd Repair
http://snk.to/f-ch9svsqi

Pcb And Smt Guide
http://snk.to/f-c7p8b8s9

Smd Identifier
http://snk.to/f-c7nfofam


Smd And Device Code Database
http://www.marsport.org.uk/smd/mainframe.htm
DOWNLOAD LINK
http://snk.to/f-chjlrl03

Component Symbol Charts
http://snk.to/f-c7tkacnx

Color Resistor Charts
http://snk.to/f-c7hp0kj1
http://snk.to/f-chn3wm5k

How To Find Burnt Resistor Value
http://www.findburntresistorvalue.com/d ... rvalue.pdf

How To Test A Resistor
http://www.ladyada.net/library/metertut/resistance.html

Electronic Reference Website
http://www.rfcafe.com/references/electrical.htm

Engineering Calculators & Converter Applets & Spreadsheets
http://www.rfcafe.com/references/calculators.htm

Laptop And Pc Quick Reference Guide
http://snk.to/f-ch3fb8s9

SMT Size Chart.

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What Is A Ferrite Bead?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrite_bead
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What is a Bridge Rectifier/Diode Bridge?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diode_bridge


What is a Opto-Isolator?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opto-isolator

What Is A Fuse?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuse_(electrical)

What is Hysteresis?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hysteresis

What Is A Thermocoupler?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermocouple

Thermocoupler Information
http://www.omega.com/temperature/z/pdf/z021-032.pdf

How To Test HV Transfomers
http://preher-tech.com/documents/testin ... rsinlcdtvs

What is a Thyristor?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thyristor

What is a Logic Gate? ((AND, OR, XOR, NOT, NAND, NOR, and XNOR)
http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition ... R-and-XNOR

What is a Semi Conductor?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semi_conductor

Types Of Semi Conductors

Intrinsic - Semi conductor material is chemically very pure and possesses poor conductivity

Extrinsic - Semi conductor material with a small amount of impurities, which alters the electrical properties and improves conductivity

Doping - Introduces inpurities into a pure semi conductor to control its electrical properties

Free Cross Reference Software
http://www.moyerelectronics.com/free-software.aspx


TO CALCULATE WATTAGE

P= POWER E=VOLTAGE I=CURRENT

P=E x I

TO DETERMINE THE AMOUNT OF CURRENT FLOWING THROUGH A CIRCUIT

I=P divided by E


EXAMPLE: IF YOU NEED TO DETERMINE HOW MUCH CURRENT FLOWS THROUGH A LAMP WITH A 100 WATT BULB WHEN ITS PLUGGED INTO A 117V ELECTRICAL OUTLET

A=AMPS (OR) AMPERES

I= 100W =0.855A[/b]
117V

CONCEPT ABBREVIATION UNIT
CURRENT I AMP(A)
VOLTAGE E OR EMF VOLT (V)
POWER P WATT(W)

*ONE VOLT IS THE AMOUNT OF ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE(EMF)*
*NEEDED TO DO ONE WATT OF WORK AT ONE AMP OF CURRENT*

*LARGER THE GUAGE # THE SMALLER THE WIRE*


LABELING COMPONENTS

LETTER MEANING
R RESISTOR
C CAPICTOR
L INDUCTOR
D DIODE
LED LIGHT EMITTING DIODE
Q TRANSISTOR
SW SWITCH
IC INTEGRATED CIRCUIT



OHMS LAW

THE AMOUNT OF CURRENT RUNNING THORUGH A CIRCUIT IS EQUAL TO THE AMOUNT OF VOLTAGE ACROSS THE CIRCUIT DIVIDED BY THE AMOUNT OF RESISTANCE IN A CIRCUIT

I= AMP V= VOLTS R=RESISTANCE

V=IR
(VOLTAGE IS EQUAL TO THE CURRENT TIMES RESISTANCE)

• YOU CAN USE THIS EQUATION TO CALCULATE THE VOLTAGE
IF YOU KNOW THE CURRENT & RESISTANCE


TO CALCULATE RESISTANCE
(IF YOU KNOW THE CURRENT & VOLTAGE)

Resistance equals voltage divided by current
R=V
I

*CATHODE = POSITIVE TERMINAL
*ANODE=NEGATIVE TERMINAL





LETTERS MEANINGS
A AMP
C COULOMB
F FARAD
J JOULE
Kg KILOGRAM
M METER
S WEBER
V=VOLTS
mH = MICRO HENRYS


INDUCTORS

The polarity of an electromagnet is easy to determine: The negative side of
the coil is the magnet’s north pole, while the positive side is the south pole.

Inductance and the art of resisting change

An inductor is a coil that’s designed for use in electronic circuits. Inductors
take advantage of an important characteristic of coils called self inductance,
also called just inductance. Inductors are simple devices, consisting of nothing
more than a coil of wire, often wrapped around an iron core. But their
ability to exploit the idea of self-inductance is a stroke of genius.

✦ When voltage is applied across a coil, the voltage causes current to
flow through the coil. Remember, current always requires voltage, and
voltage always results in a current when applied across a conductor.
✦ The current flowing through the coil creates a magnetic field around
the coil. Keep in mind that the coil that creates the magnetic field is
itself within the field and can therefore be influenced by it.
✦ If the current flowing through the coil changes, the magnetic field created
by the current also changes. The magnetic field grows or shrinks,
depending on whether the current increases or decreases. Either way,
the changing magnetic field is in effect moving.
✦ Because the magnetic field is moving, voltage is induced in the coil.
This is an additional voltage, on top of the voltage that’s driving the
main current through the coil.
✦ The amount of voltage induced by the changing magnetic field
depends on the speed in which the current changes. The faster the
current changes, the more the magnetic field moves and therefore the
more voltage is induced.
✦ The polarity of the induced voltage depends on whether the current is
increasing or decreasing. This is because the direction of movement in
the magnetic field depends on whether the field is growing or shrinking,
and the voltage induced by a moving magnetic field depends on which
direction the field is moving, according to the following rules:


When the current increases, the polarity of the induced voltage is
opposite to the polarity of the voltage driving the coil. This inducted
voltage is often called back voltage because it has the opposite polarity
as the supply voltage.
• When the current decreases, the resulting self-induced voltage has
the same polarity as the supply voltage.
✦ The induced voltage creates a current in the coil that flows either with
or against the main coil current, depending on whether the coil current
is decreasing or increasing, according to the following rules:
• When the coil current is increasing, the additional current flows
against the main coil current. This has the effect of pushing back
against the increasing main current, which effectively slows down
the rate at which the current can change.
• When the coil current is decreasing, the additional current flows
with the main coil current, thus counteracting the decrease in coil
current.
✦ When the coil current stops changing, self-inductance stops. Thus,
when current is steady, an inductor is simply a straight conductor. (It
is also an electromagnet, as the current traveling through it produces a
magnetic field.)

Because of self-inductance, an inductor is said to oppose changes in current.
If the current increases, an opposite voltage is induced across the
coil, which slows the rate at which the current can increase. If the current
decreases, a forward voltage is induced across the coil, which slows the
rate at which the current decreases. An inductor applies equal opposition to
both increases and decreases in current.
It turns out that this ability to oppose changes in current is quite useful in
electronic circuits, as I explain later in this chapter, in the section “Putting
Inductors to Work.”

Here are some additional important details concerning inductors:
✦ Inductors can’t stop changes in current; they can only slow them down.
Measuring how much an inductor can slow down a change in current is
the topic of the next section.

✦ The magnetic field from one inductor can spill over into a nearby inductor
and induce voltage in it too. To prevent this from happening, many
inductors have special shielding around them to keep them magnetically
isolated. If you use unshielded inductors in your circuits, be sure to
space them as far apart as possible – unless, of course, you want them to
interact.


REGARDING HENRY
Inductance is only a momentary thing. Exactly how much of a momentary
thing depends on the amount of inductance an inductor has. Inductance is
measured in units called henrys.

The definition of one henry is simple: One henry is the amount of inductance
necessary to induce one volt when the current in coil changes at a rate of
one ampere per second.

As you might guess, one henry is a fairly large inductor. Inductors in the
single-digit henry range are often used when dealing with household current
(120 VAC at 60 Hz). But for most electronics work, you’ll use inductances
measured in thousandths of a henry (millihenrys, abbreviated mH) or in
millionths of a henry (microhenrys, abbreviated μH).
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Here are a few additional things to know about inductors and henrys:
✦ The plural of henry is henrys, not henries.

✦ The letter L is often used to represent inductance in formulas. Inductors
in schematic diagrams are usually referenced by the letter L. For example,
if a circuit calls for three inductors, they will be identified L1, L2,
and L3.

✦ Speaking of schematics, the symbol used to represent inductors in a
schematic diagram is shown in the margin.

✦ When I first learned about self-inductance and henrys, I hoped that since
the henry is a measure of a coil’s ability to resist change in current, the
henry should be named after someone who was famous for resisting
change, such as Professor Henry Higgins from My Fair Lady.
Imagine my disappointment to discover that the henry is named after
Joseph Henry. All he ever did was discover the self-inductance and
invent the inductor. Well, that plus he was the first Secretary of the
Smithsonian Institution. He must have known someone really important
to get the henry named after him.

✦ Smoothing voltage in a power supply: The final stage of a typical power
supply circuit that converts 120 VAC household current to a useable
direct current is often a filter circuit that removes any residual irregularities
in the voltage due to the fact that it was derived from a 60 Hz AC
input.

✦ Filter: Selects frequencies that should be allowed to pass, or it selects
frequencies that should be blocked. You’re probably familiar with the
tone settings on a stereo system, which let you bump up the bass, tone
down the midrange, and may ease up the upper range just for brightness.
There are three different types of filters: high-pass filters which
allow only frequencies above a certain value to pass, low-pass filters
which allow only frequencies below a certain value to pass, and bandpass
filters which allow only frequencies that fall between an upper and a
lower value to pass.
✦ Radio tuning circuits: Coils can be used to help a radio tuning circuit
tune to a particular frequency signal and hold it.

AC VS DC :hitit:
https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/al ... ent-dc/all



Capacitor Codes
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What is a Capacitor?
http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt ... KABEPwdMAs



Capacitor Types
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Capacitor Color Chart
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How To Test A Capacitor.
http://www.electricaltechnology.org/201 ... gital.html

Replacing Capacitors On A Motherboard
http://capacitorlab.com/replacing-mothe ... ors-howto/

Capacitance Conversions
http://www.onlineconversion.com/electri ... itance.htm

What Is A Mosfet?
MOSFET,also know as a Metal Oxide Field Effect Transistor
http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/ove ... oltmods/21

How To Test A MOSFET
http://www.4qdtec.com/mostest.html
http://homepages.which.net/~paul.hills/ ... sfets.html

Shapes and Markings On SMD Components

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Transistor Pinouts
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What Is A Transistor?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transistor

How To Test A Transistor.
http://www.vetco.net/blog/?p=184

What Is A Diode?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diode


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How To Test A Diode.
http://www.engineersgarage.com/tutorials/diode-testing


Surface Mount Diodes And Zeners.
http://www.talkingelectronics.com/ChipD ... iodes.html


Soldering Topics

What Is Soldering?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soldering

Soldering Basics
http://www.circuitrework.com/guides/7-1-1.shtml

What Is Flux?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solder_flux

What Is Flux And Why Its Important?
http://victorywhitemetal.web13.hubspot. ... -to-solder

What Is Solder?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solder

What Is Solder Paste?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solder_paste

What Is Rosin And How Do You Use It?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosin

Soldering Iron Tip Care And Maintenance
http://www.inlandcraft.com/uguides/tipcare.htm

What Is Tip Tinner?
Tip Tinner is a mixture of solder powder and thermally stable, oxide-reducing compounds.
Used to repair oxidized soldering tips for optimal performance and for extending the working life of new soldering tips.

What Is Ball Grid Array?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ball_grid_array

BGA Repair: A Better Understanding
http://www.ersa.com/media/pdf/fachartik ... ey__16.pdf


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Solder Properties And Melting Points
http://www.rfcafe.com/references/electrical/solder.htm

Lead Free Vs Leaded Solder Information
http://www.paceworldwide.com/pacenter/s ... ded-solder


Trace Repair

http://youtu.be/ozH2F3AX8BY


http://www.llamma.com/xbox/Repairs/repa ... d_pads.htm

Ferenheit To Celsius/ Celsius To Farenheit Conversions
°F to °C Deduct 32, then multiply by 5, then divide by 9
°C to °F Multiply by 9, then divide by 5, then add 32



TV REPAIR INFORMATION


Basic LCD TV and Monitor troubleshooting guides.
http://www.badcaps.net/forum/showthr...956#post305956

Voltage Regulator (LDO) testing:
http://www.badcaps.net/forum/showthr...999#post300999

Inverter testing using old CFL:
http://www.badcaps.net/forum/showthr...er+testing+cfl

Tear down pictures : Hit the ">" Show Albums and stories" on the left side
http://s807.photobucket.com/user/budm/l ... t=3&page=1

TV Factory reset codes listing:
http://www.badcaps.net/forum/showthread.php?t=24809



Using Heatguns For Bga Repair.
If you go to youtube and search for motherboard reflowing.
You will find that alot of people use heatguns as their primary repair tool.
Many of them will swear by this method,but in all actuality they could not be more wrong.
Heat guns generally only have two settings which are Low and High.
If the heatgun is rated at 800 degrees then that is the air temperature regardless
if you set the gun to low or high.
The low and high settings are primarily for the amount of air that the gun will be blowing out.
To get a better understanding on why using a heatgun is a bad idea.
We will need to explore a few things.

1. 800 degrees is way to hot to be applying to a bga chip.
Generally you would want to exceed no more than 420 degrees Ferenheit or 217 degrees Celsius.

2. Heat guns heat the chips up way to rapidly causing the chip to pop corn.
I am not talking about the delicious Orville Redenbacher type of popcorning either.
Popcorning is when you heat the chip up at a degree to which it cannot handle thus causing the
chip to pop out,or balloon.

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3.Top heat is no good without bottom heat. Soaking the bga in high temps on top and not applying heat to
the bottom is extremely bad on a bga.

4.Heat guns are notorious for warping motherboards. If its warped you might as well toss it in the trash.

5. Just because Best Buy uses a heatgun does not mean you should.
There are many big named businesses out there that use these hack job repair methods to temporarily fix
bga issues.


6. If you plan on getting into bga repairs then it is highly recommended that you buy the proper equipment.
Heat guns are for removing paint not repairing your kid brother's Xbox.


Differences Between Reball Stencil Types (bgamods)
http://www.bgamods.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=647
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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby ZX81v2 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 6:25 pm

Woot ! Electronics 101 - Great Tutorial darkweezil
For anyone in the UK looking to advance their knowledge of electronics, I would recommend doing a "NVQ Levels 1-3" in Electronics. It's a great way to learn and get a qualification that's valid for many different job's.

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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby ElektroDog » Wed Aug 06, 2014 6:26 pm

:shock: wow!

of course its stickied!! 8-)
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Postby darkweezil » Wed Aug 06, 2014 6:34 pm

Thanks Elektro for the sticky!

I actually built the info on another forum that I am part of, but had told some of the guys here that I would move it over to TIZ when I got time.

With a little copy and pasting and the help of my incredibly large tongue.
Here it be! :lol:
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Postby YungStar » Wed Aug 06, 2014 6:39 pm

darkweezil wrote: and the help of my incredibly large tongue.


I bet your wife must love you LMAO (sorry, someone had to say it!)
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Postby amd655 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 6:49 pm

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Postby gamefreaktothemax » Wed Aug 06, 2014 6:55 pm

will be adding this to my favorites.awesome amount of knowledge thanks for the share.
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Postby mutantchipmunk » Wed Aug 06, 2014 7:11 pm

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Postby Anthony817 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 7:19 pm

Great info!
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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby shadoweagle » Wed Aug 06, 2014 8:12 pm

May I reccomend adding in that lead/tin solder can kill if not used properly? Mabie just a quick little add on :D
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Postby Hayabusa » Wed Aug 06, 2014 8:48 pm

Nice 1 you made me interested :D
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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby bobdole » Wed Aug 06, 2014 9:16 pm

Man... A+ 11/10 would pop cap in ass...

The only thing I can add (and took the liberty to edit myself lol, hope you don't mind), is a few of the images are just a bit too wide for the forums; hopefully my edits aren't still too wide :?

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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby darkweezil » Wed Aug 06, 2014 9:22 pm

@shadoweagle. I added that bit of info in the disclaimer


If anyone else thinks there needs to be something else added please leave a reply. :)
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Postby Straycatstrat » Wed Aug 06, 2014 10:06 pm

My head hurts :frypan: lol
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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby thewheelman282 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 11:26 pm

very good info here! thanks darkweezil :cool: anyone who wants to learn about electronic circuits, even the basic stuff, will definitely benefit from this. Two big thumbs up dude :D
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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby darkweezil » Wed Aug 06, 2014 11:28 pm

Lol @stray.
I know its all a little much to take in,but its one hell of a read. :lol:
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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby Hardak » Thu Aug 07, 2014 6:50 am

All of this great information get me pumped!

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Awesome thread!
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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby darkweezil » Thu Aug 07, 2014 3:04 pm

Thanks guys.
I know that I don't ever really give back to the community anymore
so I figured that this would be a way to do so.

I remember back in the day I would go out of my way to help people, but after a while that becomes to repetitive.
So this is a different way to give back to a great community

@Hardak. Love that gif its hilarious. :lol:
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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby donkeymilk » Fri Apr 10, 2015 11:52 pm

Blooming nora !
I just found this thread .

Thanks for the amazing amount of info Darkweezil,very interesting.

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Hardak,the gif is funny -thanks mate :)
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Re: Darkweezil's Understanding Electronics Thread

Postby darkweezil » Sat Apr 11, 2015 4:01 am

It took me a long time to get all this info together.
I then put it all together in a few hours into a somewhat neat order while I was at work
and posted it. lol

I am glad you like it buddy.
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