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Author: ddd dddd (dds)
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what does the resistor R1 in this circuit do?
R2 should be the load to be supplied via the darlington.
The voltage source on the left should turn on/off the darlington switch.
I jus don't know what the purposse of R1 is

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Author: Rene H. (Guest)
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looks like for bias-stabilization.

Regards,
René

Author: MaWin (Guest)
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ddd dddd wrote:
> what does the resistor R1 in this circuit do?

Same as the other parts: just nothing.

The whole circuit is bullshit.

No transistor is activated, no current flows thru resistors.

Author: Robert Peng (Company: SysPCB) (robertpeng)
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it does nothing

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