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Information on this web site is provided "AS IS" and without warranty of any kind. Under no circumstances shall I be held liable to any person, company, or third party for any claim for damage, lost profits or business interruption, lost email, invalidity of warranties or guarantees, loss of service or data on any computer or network, resulting from direct or indirect use of this web site, even if advised of the possibility of such damages. Under no circumstances shall I be held liable to any person, company or third party for civil liabilities, summons or court orders resulting from direct or indirect use of this web site.

Please Note:
1. This site may possibly contain technical inaccuracies or other errors.
2. Information on this web site may be used freely providing there is no financial gain and there is a link back to this site with reference to the original contributor.
3. Please do not send in copyright or protected material and do make sure that is your own work.
4. Feedback would be appreciated advising me of any circuit which is copyrighted or falsely submitted.
5. You may link to this site or any page, but please make a reference to the original contributor.
6. Advice regarding the simulation programs "Tina" and "Circuit maker" is my advice which DOES NOT replace any manufacturers or distributors instructions.

Projects and diagrams on this website are property of their authors, usually signed below project, and can not be shared, changed, sold without permission of the owner. So, please, contact us or the owner if You have any questions about copyrights.

CAUTION
Voltages above 50 V are DANGEROUS and could even be LETHAL.
In order to avoid accidents that could be fatal to you or members of your family please observe the following rules:

DO NOT work if you are tired or in a hurry, double check every thing before connecting your circuit to the mains and be ready to disconnect it if something looks wrong.
DO NOT touch any part of the circuit when it is under power.
DO NOT leave mains leads exposed. All mains leads should be well insulated.
DO NOT change the fuses with others of higher rating or replace them with wire or aluminium foil.
DO NOT work with wet hands.
If you are wearing a chain, necklace or anything that may be hanging and touch an exposed part of the circuit BE CAREFUL.
ALWAYS use a proper mains lead with the correct plug and earth your circuit properly.
If the case of your project is made of metal make sure that it is properly earthen.
If it is possible use a mains transformer with a 1:1 ratio to isolate your circuit from the mains.
When you are testing a circuit that works off the mains wear shoes with rubber soles, stand on dry non conductive floor and keep one hand in your pocket or behind your back.
If you take all the above precautions you are reducing the risks you are taking to a minimum and this way you are protecting yourself and those around you.
A carefully built and well insulated device does not constitute any danger for its user.

BEWARE: ELECTRICITY CAN KILL IF YOU ARE NOT CAREFUL

Privacy Policy for www.learning-electronics.com

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