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Frankenstein's Fix: Lighting the Way With Rechargables

Don Tavidash
10/31/2013 09:43 AM EDT

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Don Tavidash   11/1/2013 4:20:28 AM
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Patrick, many thanks.

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patrick.mannion   10/31/2013 10:40:25 PM
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Hey Don, all fixed! Thanks for the contribution and best of luck in the Frankenstein's Fix competition.

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Don Tavidash   10/31/2013 9:55:43 PM
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There are a couple of errors in the article.  References to 33W resistors should of course be 33Ω - the symbol font in my Word doc got ignored.   And the schematic shows these as 39Ω  - which is what I think I eventually used - they give a slightly lower charge rate of 62 - 23 mA. 

Thanks for the comment, Docdivicar!

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Re: Frankenstein's Fix: Lighting the Way With Rechargables
docdivakar   10/31/2013 7:24:45 PM
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Refreshing and good article...

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