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Subject: Re: Constant current sources to drive LEDs on long lines

Date: 02/26/03 at 7:37 PM
Posted by: David Ambry
E-mail: david.ambry@tele-ip.com
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In Reply to: Re: Constant current sources to drive LEDs on long lines posted by Ron Harrison on 02/26/03 at 1:36 PM:

Thanks for that Ron,

Alas, I don't have anything installed (at the moment) that can read a netlist.
I've tried to make sense of it (the netlist), but it might be quicker if you can give me a verbal discription.
Honestly, I'm beginning to think it might be better to add another regulator to derive 5V and just hang inverters of it with series resistors!
Can't let elegance get in the way of 'brute-force' design!


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