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Diode full-wave rectifier

Diode full-wave rectifier PUBLIC

Four diodes (a "bridge rectifier") plus a capacitor can be used to rectify AC into DC, with conduction over most of the the input power cycle.

by CircuitLab | updated June 07, 2017

ac-to-dc   bridge-rectifier   diode   time-constant  

Diode half-wave rectifier

Diode half-wave rectifier PUBLIC

A single diode plus a capacitor can be used to rectify AC into DC, but often with a lot of ripple at the output.

by CircuitLab | updated June 07, 2017

ac-to-dc   diode   time-constant  

555 Timer as Astable Multivibrator (Oscillator)

555 Timer as Astable Multivibrator (Oscillator) PUBLIC

A 555 timer can be used with a few resistors and a capacitor to make an oscillator, switching states as the capacitor charges and discharges.

by CircuitLab | updated June 07, 2017

555   oscillator   time-constant  

Oscillator-Circuit

Oscillator-Circuit PUBLIC

by go2chayan | updated April 30, 2013

op-amp   oscillator   rc   time-constant  

12-5

12-5 PUBLIC

Switch SW1 closes at t=0. Circuit is in equilibrium just before t=0. Opamp OA1 is ideal. I'm have trouble calculating the time constant for the capacitor's waveform. Can anyone help? VM1 = (-Rf/Ri) x...

by dstehlin1218 | updated April 23, 2013

help   hw   hwhelp   op-amp   rc   time-constant  

Three stage RC inverter ring oscillator

Three stage RC inverter ring oscillator PUBLIC

Three inverter stages in a ring, with RC for delay, create an oscillator.

by mrobbins | updated June 22, 2012

oscillator   time-constant  

RC

RC PUBLIC

A circuitlab file for observing the charge/discharge curves for a simple RC circuit.

by gbell12 | updated May 07, 2012

charge   dc   discharge   instructive   rc   time-constant  

Capacitively Loaded Emitter Follower

Capacitively Loaded Emitter Follower PUBLIC

An emitter follower is supposed to have its output voltage follow changes in its input approximately 1 to 1, but fast input edges and a capacitively loaded output lead to undesired and asymmetric...

by CircuitLab | updated April 13, 2012

bjt   emitter-follower   time-constant  

Debouncing Switches

Debouncing Switches PUBLIC

A demonstration of how to debounce a switch with an RC and a comparator.

by CarlSawtell | updated March 18, 2012

mechanical   pull-up   switching   time-constant  

555 as astable (oscillator)

555 as astable (oscillator) PUBLIC

555 timer as a square wave oscillator (astable mode)

by mrobbins | updated January 24, 2012

555   oscillator   time-constant  

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