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From: Tong Narak
Subject: Re: Flash A String Of LED's
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 03:25:22 +0700
Organization: C.S. Communications Co. Ltd.
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James Jackson wrote:
> James Jackson
> "HuMike" wrote in message
> > O.K., another LED flasher question. Here's my situation. I've got a really
> > low current source capable of charging a capacitor to 12-15 volts in
> > 4 seconds. I'd like to dump this charge across a string of 3-4 LED's and
> > current limit resistor whenever the capacitor builds back up to that 12-15
> > volt level. Is this possible with a handful of discrete parts? I know
> > digital IC's would be the way to go but it seems overkill for the
> > application. Thoughts appreciated.
> > Mike
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