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1993 Toyota Pickup Air Conditioning Electrical System Wiring

Tuesday, 26. February 2013 by Arya
The 1993 Toyota Pickup air conditioning electrical system consists of battery, ignition switch, heater relay, blower switch, heater, blower motor, low pressure switch, A/C switch, A/C amplifier, thermistor, and magnetic clutch. The following figure illustrates the 1993 Toyota Pickup Air Conditioning Electrical System Wiring. Read more [...]

MSD MC-3 Ignition Wiring to Stock Dual Coil Ignition System

Thursday, 15. September 2011 by Arya
The MC-3 Motorcycle Ignition is a universal ignition that fits most applications with 12-volts at the coils. It features a built in Rev-Limiter Two Step and Shift Interrupter. The MSD MC-3 Ignition can be used on 1, 2 or 4-cylinder engines using one or two coils. The following schematic illustrates the MSD MC-3 Ignition Wiring to Stock Dual Coil Ignition System. Read more [...]

20W Car Radio Power Amplifier using TDA2005

Saturday, 27. March 2010 by Arya
The TDA2005 is class B dual audio power amplifier package specifically designed for car radio application. You can easily design car radio power booster amplifiers using this device. Get more information about the 20W Car Radio Power Amplifier using TDA2005 here. Read more [...]

Photovoltaic Transimpedance Amplifier Circuit Diagram

Tuesday, 02. March 2010 by Arya
The following schematic shows the Photovoltaic Transimpedance Amplifier Circuit Diagram. This design combines two Intersil X9258T digitally controlled potentiometers with an AD822 low noise dual op amp. Read more [...]

Dual Voice Coil Wiring Driver by Stereo Integrity

Sunday, 06. September 2009 by Arya
The following file outline detail information regarding Dual Voice Coil Wiring. There are two basic means of connecting a DVC driver: parallel and series. Parallel wiring means a dual voice coil subwoofer has a 4-ohm coil subwoofer. The coils are wired parallel to each other giving only a 2-ohm load to your amplifier. Read more [...]