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You have come a long way in your project, you should be proud also there's no shame in reviewing. Perfect example is me typing this in bold font I can't get it to stop now... I got to figure out why? darn it. A review is necessary.does the voltage stay the same and the resistor only controls current?
So can you answer the original question? much appreciated.does the voltage stay the same and the resistor only controls current?
The ‘inline’ series resistor will have a voltage drop. It WILL lower the voltage depending on resistance. The ‘pretty colour wheel’ is your friend. The series resistor will then supply a constant current (providing supply voltage stays the same).So can you answer the original question? much appreciated.
do you mean divide the voltage by current to arrive at resistance?The ‘inline’ series resistor will have a voltage drop. It WILL lower the voltage depending on resistance. The ‘pretty colour wheel’ is your friend. The series resistor will then supply a constant current (providing supply voltage stays the same).
So to calculate your resistor, you need to know what current is required and then divide it by voltage.
ie Resistance = Voltage divided by Current.
Martin
Exactly. It’s written as R=V/I.do you mean divide the voltage by current to arrive at resistance?
not fishing for compliments but You have come a long way in your project what did you mean by that please?You have come a long way in your project, you should be proud also there's no shame in reviewing. Perfect example is me typing this in bold font I can't get it to stop now... I got to figure out why? darn it. A review is necessary.
And no one has abandoned you by not answering your questions immediately. Patience my little Padawan.
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