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Old 03-26-2017, 09:48 PM
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Please excuse my ignorance... TRIGGER COILS & SWITCHING

I have been into this for over a decade but only recently getting into the electronics and building systems myself...

Am I CORRECT with the belief that the hall sensor, opto isolator, and/or reed switch ARE NOT NECESSARY as long as there are transistors for the energizer coils?

Is some additional switching (opto/hall/reed) beyond the transistor required, or does it only add greater efficiency with more accurate timing/switching?

Hoping to start out with just transistors and no additional switching.

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