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Precision 1A Current Source [Circuit Test]
posted January 15 2014 10:00.36 by spic0m




Dave breadboards a precision 1A current source circuit and finds that even the application reference circuit doesn't work as expected. Showing that you can't just blindly trust that datasheet application circuit will work first go.



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