From: Daniel O'Shea (dan_at_ozramp.net.au)
Date: 2007-04-09 02:40:44
Scott McDonnell wrote: > Again, yours and Levente's methods both work as you both have > demonstrated. Nobody is questioning that, of course. But, I am just > assuming since the original poster didn't go that route, that he is > dealing with a linear voltage source, not a micro. Perhaps he will clear > that up before any more time is spent on this. > > Scott I apologise, I wasn't intending to open up such a can of worms! As I stated in my original post, I have a variable voltage of 0 to 5V (no microcontroller involved) that I want to translate in to a variable current using a transistor. And so, I am lead back to my original question - what kind of transistor and what value would work best to provide a variable current which duplicates the potentiometer's variable current? and do I need any extra components besides just a transistor? thanks! Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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