From: Fred Bloggs
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Subject: Re: V regulator input cap size?
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Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 03:59:03 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2002 19:59:03 PST
Organization: EarthLink Inc. -- http://www.EarthLink.net
John Fields wrote:
> On Tue, 05 Nov 2002 13:26:23 GMT, Fred Bloggs
>>Are you too much of a coward to post a schematic of your "optimized"
>>reactance regulator? Post it and standby for a beating. Your little
>>bench setup demonstrates nothing. Do you own a temperature chamber?
> So far, the yellow end seems to be yours. I already posted the
> preliminary version of my circuit, found and specified a relay,
> firmed up the numbers for the front end of Spehro's and invited you
> to do some follow-up so we could compare circuits. You declined by
> doing your little cover-up duck and dance maneuver.
> Yes, I own a temperature chamber and, again, I've already posted
> the basic circuit. If you want to see the final, let's see you do a
> little work as well. That includes actually building Spehro's
> circuit (or whatever cockamamie thing you can come up with that you
> think has a chance) and running it through the same tests that I'll
> run mine through. Also a good idea, photos of the built circuit
> (just to prove it exists) and the test setup (just to prove it
> exists) to a.b.s.e. Do _you_ own a temperature chamber? Put up or
> shut up.
In addition to being a coward and a fraud, you are a blatant liar.
You're too stupid to even follow this asswipe thread, or perhaps you
forgot about SP's 24Volt relay which doesn't seem to agree with your
other idiotic claim of having matched the OP's exact brand of 12V relay.
But isn't it typical of you to waste thousands of words in worthless
vulgar trash rhetoric to cover your sorry ass in an attempt to evade
being exposed as too stupid to even hack a low-tech linear regulator,
something you don't know enough about to produce even a 100 word
technical description. Keep your fantasy of a design, I am not
interested. It could *at best* serve as an example of what NOT to do, or
perhaps in another context of someone who chose the wrong career, was
too stubborn to admit it, and allowed his wife to support him for most
of his adult life.