#1
Hi. does the voltage divider circuit work corectly all the time or does it go wrong when the current is changing??? Thanks
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#2
Are you talking about the potential divider circuit? If so, then it should work regardless of current unless you end up with a wattage too great for the resistors/othe components you're using. If you're using a potential divider to switch a transistor, then too high a current will blow the transistor.

Try and expand on what you're asking though, as I have no idea at the moment
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Last edited by marmoseti at Mar 13, 2007,