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Subject: Re: Still Problems with AJB Remote
From: [IDC]Dragon (idc-dragon_at_gmx.de)
Date: 2004-07-16


> In this case you are right, the low offset (schottky) diode is the best
> solution. (although I don't know a wide schootky diode reference like
> 1n4148)
> If you don't have a schottky, a 1n4148 could work but you will be near
> the voltage limit.

A general purpose, small signal Schottky diode would be the BAT4x family.
Goes from BAT41 to BAT48 in a 1N4148-like shape, they vary with allowed
current (30-350 mA) and reverse voltage (15-100V), but any of those will do
here.

Jörg

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