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From: email@example.com (John Fields)
Subject: Re: V regulator input cap size?
Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 14:46:52 GMT
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On Wed, 06 Nov 2002 03:59:03 GMT, Fred Bloggs
>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.
Geez, Bloggsy, I don't think I ever said the coil was an exact match
with the OP's; after all, he didn't post who the manufacturer was.
All I said was that here was a coil with the same voltage and
current rating as the OP's, which allowed calculating the resistance
change as a function of temperature, given they were both wound with
the same wire. As far as Spehro's coil goes, I believe his
recommendation was that the OP switch relays in order to keep the
dissipation through its current limiting resistor down. My
preference, for the sake of helping the OP out with what he said he
had on hand would have been and still is the reactive dropper.
If you wanted to use Spehro's 24V relay then I'd use the same one
just to keep it apples and apples and get to use even _smaller_
Heck, Bloggsy, if we were doing this thing from scratch and the only
limitation was a 28V source to work with I'm sure we'd all come up
with different ideas from what we posted previously.
>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.
Ho-hum, Mr.Bluster, all you had to say was, "I'm sorry, but I'm
an inept designer so I decline the offer to compete." and we all
would have understood. Perhaps "inept" is unfair; how about
Professional circuit designer