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tzudin

I have a 5v power supply. But I need to power a 2,6" 7 segment that need 9v for operating voltage.
So my question is there a possible way I use some driver that can automatically step up my power supply voltage to 9v?
Or I have to use step up circuit instead?


avr_fred

This might do the job: https://www.pololu.com/product/2116

I cannot say that it is up to the task nor do I know if your 5 volt supply is sufficient as well since you never said what current is required by the display and what current your 5 volt power supply can provide. Until you provide those values, all I can say is maybe... it will work.

CrossRoads

You need to come up with 9V somehow.
Simple way is a boost converter, and TPIC6B595 or TPIC6C595 high voltage/high current shift register to sink current from the cathodes.

How much current is needed?
https://www.pololu.com/category/132/step-up-voltage-regulators
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Paul__B

anyone?
You haven't played by the rules, so how or why do you expect answers?

Provide the link to the description of the display.

Provide the link to the description of the power supply.

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