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Subject: RE: line driver question
From: "Steve Hammond" shammon1@.............
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 08:07:53 -0800

```Hi Berry, you might send this question to TJ Byers at tjbyers@....... . He
writes the Q&A column in Nuts&Volts. He likes unusual questions.
Steve Hammond
-----Original Message-----
From: psn-l-request@.............. [mailto:psn-l-request@.................
Behalf Of Barry Lotz
Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2006 8:46 PM
To: psn-l@..............
Subject: Re: line driver question

John,Brett,Richard&Geoffrey
Thanks for the "feedback" :). All I am trying to do is monitor a voltage
in a feedback circuit from 40' from the circuit without affecting the
performance of the feedback circuit. The monitored voltage goes to a LCD
voltage display in my house.I think I will just try a follower with a
resistor at the output , to prevent transient voltages from entering the
feedback circuit from the shielded line.
regards
Barry

Hi=20
Berry, you might send this question to TJ Byers at tjbyers@....... . He writes the =
Q&A column=20
in Nuts&Volts. He likes unusual questions.
Steve=20
Hammond

-----Original Message-----From: =
psn-l-request@.................
[mailto:psn-l-request@...............On Behalf Of Barry=20
LotzSent: Wednesday, March 15, 2006 8:46 PMTo:=20
psn-l@..............Subject: Re: line driver=20
question
John,Brett,Richard&Geoffrey
Thanks for the "feedback" :). All I am trying to do is =
monitor a=20
voltage in a feedback circuit from 40' from the circuit =
without=20
affecting the performance of the feedback circuit. The monitored =
voltage goes=20
to a LCD voltage display in my house.I think I will just try a =
follower with a=20
resistor at the output , to prevent transient voltages from =
entering the=20
feedback circuit from the shielded line.regards
Barry

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