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    In stand-by mode transistor is cut off while when triggered is in saturation region??

    Hello all users!

    Every output of RX-4MHCS is driven by a transistor in open collector configuration, able to bear max current of 100 mA. In stand-by mode transistor is cut off while when triggered is in saturation region. Output can be programmed to work in mono-stable or bi-stable mode, every one independent from the others.

    I am confused by the underlined part in bold type, especially while when triggered is in saturation region. Maybe the sentence should read: "In stand-by mode transistor is cut off while (whereas) it is triggered in saturation region".
    Thank you.

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    http://www.aurelwireless.com/wp-cont...200997G_um.pdf

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    Re: In stand-by mode transistor is cut off while when triggered is in saturation regi

    Quote Originally Posted by JACEK1 View Post
    Hello all users!

    Every output of RX-4MHCS is driven by a transistor in open collector configuration, able to bear max current of 100 mA. In stand-by mode transistor is cut off while when triggered is in saturation region. Output can be programmed to work in mono-stable or bi-stable mode, every one independent from the others.

    I am confused by the underlined part in bold type, especially while when triggered is in saturation region. Maybe the sentence should read: "In stand-by mode transistor is cut off while (whereas) it is triggered in saturation region".
    Thank you.

    The sentence is taken from
    RX-4MHCS
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    User Manual

    http://www.aurelwireless.com/wp-cont...200997G_um.pdf
    Maybe the sentence should read: "In stand-by mode transistor is cut off while (whereas) it is triggered in saturation region". Yes, it should.

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