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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by tomustang, Dec 28, 2008.
Ouch. And just when I felt myself being transformed by the warm and radiant glow...:mrgreen:
True, but that glow can cause a field effect transition to occur and possibly collapse your diode array causing phantom signals, so be careful my friend.:twisted:
I've found that my PNP won't allow me to be LED into those sorts of situations....
Well...it seems to have happened. I am now suffering an intermittent spark problem of some sort. :cry:
Perhaps if you guys were able to reverse polarity and conduct yourselves at a constant rep rate, there wouldn't be any overload conditions.
That might help us to generate some extra zip, but it's likely to be short.
One needs to probe into just why that is. Test your energy level, eat a few power bars to amplify things.
If I do that, I get wired, alternating with a period of feeling drained. If it keeps up for too long, I end up with an embarrassing discharge.
I suggest you get someone to take you for a ride in their ground plane. Logically speaking, you can try this and/or you can take a bus to where you need to go.
Nope - I'm switching OFF instead.
Yeah, it's about time to disconnect. We have far exceeded the half-life of this thread and the original purpose has long been switched to a different circuit anyway. But there for a while, things were indeed seemed to glow just a little bit brighter.
Six frakking pages of electricity puns... There are those who would be shocked- oh bugger, there I go again...
Well yeah, it does kind of gets you all charged up just reading it. It's a lot better than committing battery to take out your aggressions, and a lot safer too.
Well it gave me quite a jolt after I got over the shock of it.
Leaves you all a-tingle, doesn't it?
Somehow I feel that all this shocking and tingling stuff has got to hertz. Although it does peak my interest, I'd rather go cycling.
Personally, I'm getting a charge out of it!