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  1. #14
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    Good question, on a sine wave it would like it is changing lanes but in reality it is changing directions.

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    now if its pulsating dc does it mean stop and go

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    Have your furnace checked for traffic violations

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    Teach the apprentices right... and learn from their questions and ideas.

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    Originally posted by Edmund Forsthe
    now if its pulsating dc does it mean stop and go
    Errr.... actually Ed, Vibrators are pulsating DC... but if you make it STOP, she GO's mad!
    Teach the apprentices right... and learn from their questions and ideas.

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    A/c would be cars in both lanes going in different directions.
    D/c would be a one lane drawbridge - traffic only goes in one direction.

    And yes, this works for a/c or d/c.

    LOL, Richard

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    So AC would be traffic on the bridge right after the bars close and DC would be traffic on the bridge during rush hour.

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    Originally posted by gruvn
    So AC would be traffic on the bridge right after the bars close and DC would be traffic on the bridge during rush hour.
    LMAO - yur getting there ...

    BTW - whats rush hour?? - I live in SE Bama, dont know how the bridge works in the big city. Ours are pretty slow, dont need to move fast for the horses & carts. ( ours dont flow real fast )

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    just give enought current it will jump the bridge

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