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[* black] Oh, hello thereDig around your kit a little buddies! Goodmore, and you'll find some new and exciting components with long leads attached to see you again!them.
[* black] These are diodes--circuitry's "one way" signs. Their job is to make sure that current only travels in the forward direction, from anode to cathode, while blocking it from traveling in reverse. Current enters the anode (positive terminal) and leaves the cathode (negative terminal).
[* black] Since they only allow current to travel in one direction, it is rather pertinent that you install them facingdiodes with the correct direction. As you will notice, both of these diodes have distinguishing linespolarity. The stripe on one end.
[* black] On the top diode (the red one) there is
a black band on the left end. On the bottom diode (the black one) theresignifies which side is a gray band on the left end. When soldering them to the circuit board, make sure that these bands line up with the printed white bands shown in the next stepcathode.
[* black] Oh, hello thereDig around your kit a little buddies! Goodmore, and you'll find some new and exciting components with long leads attached to see you again!them.
[* black] These are diodes--circuitry's "one way" signs. Their job is to make sure that current only travels in the forward direction, from anode to cathode, while blocking it from traveling in reverse. Current enters the anode (positive terminal) and leaves the cathode (negative terminal).
[* black] Since they only allow current to travel in one direction, it is rather pertinent that you install them facingdiodes with the correct direction. As you will notice, both of these diodes have distinguishing linespolarity. The stripe on one end.
[* black] On the top diode (the red one) there is
a black band on the left end. On the bottom diode (the black one) theresignifies which side is a gray band on the left end. When soldering them to the circuit board, make sure that these bands line up with the printed white bands shown in the next stepcathode.