Hi. I've been trying to get the concept of a battery in my head but I struggle to find info. Everything I've found so far is just very basic material.
I understand the positive cathode and negative anode. I'm a bit cloudy on electrolyte. Is it a liquid/paste solution that uses some medium like paper?
This question is merely for idle curiosity, but I suspect others will be curious as well. Searching through errno.h (of Linux 2.6) I found ENOANO "No Anode". There is no sign of a "No cathode" error. Looking through kernel source concordances, it doesn't seem to be used by a device called an anode, only as a deliberately whacky error code by some obscure device drivers.
- 3600mAh Extended Lithium-ion Battery:
- Uses the latest Lithium-ion battery technology to keep your phone working at optimum performance
- This battery has an integrated microchip that prevents overcharging and lengthens battery life
- Compatible Model: LG Optimus L7 P700
- Voltage: 3.7V
- Mark Capacity: 3600mAh
- Actual Capacity: 3550mAh
- Matching battery cover:
- Color: Black
I'm not very experienced in LTSpice yet, and I'm stuck with my problem. I'm trying simulate the two transistor and two resistor thyristor and I'm trying to get the typical voltage-current curves. In other words, I'm trying to draw a graph anode-cathode voltage vs. anode current. I simulated it by DC-sweeping the the anode voltage.
i have a project that switches on a variety of LEDs for a scientific instrument. Three are UV, IR and White and the remaining three are packaged in an RGB led with a common cathode. The problem I now have is that as seen in the circuit attached, my MOSFETS are wired (and soldered...) in such a drive that the LEDs have a common anode.
Hi guys, i came across the turning on process of thyristor scr and i am pretty confuse about what my lecturer says, he says that when a gate current is applied the depletion region of the j2 will be increased and this causes regenerative effect and large anode current to flow
But i was confused, doesnt the increased depletion region impede current flow from anode to cathode?
I want to drive some large (2.3") 7 segment displays with a MAX7219. Voltages greater than 5V require some extra components and this circuit shows how to accomplish this for common cathode displays. I have some common anode displays and was wondering if there is a simple way to alter the linked circuit so that it could drive these displays.