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Subject: Re: controlling leds

Date: 11/26/02 at 5:28 PM
Posted by: Richard Astley
E-mail: mail@litesolutions.co.uk
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In Reply to: Re: controlling leds posted by Russ Kincaid on 11/26/02 at 5:13 PM:

Thanks, I'm beginning to understand it slowly.

Going back to using the TIP31. If I connect the C to +12V. The B to one side of a 10K pot and the other side of the pot goes to 0V, then the middle pin of the pot goes to a led with a resister is series and then onto the E of the TIP31. Can I then connect as many leds (with resistors in series) as I want in parallel between the pot and the Emitter?? If you know what I mean.

Cheers

Richard


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