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larryd

Did you also arrange for a power supply for the flashlight or just rely to batteries?
I just rely on the batteries.
Rechargeable AAA battery X3, about 1/2 hour at low intensity (as seen in image).
Alkaline nearby for standby.


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Watcher

I find that a " permanent " dc supply is increasingly  usefull on the workbench just like the mains outlets.
Just cant decide on the most useful voltage level to have around..5v, 12v...

larryd

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larryd

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TomGeorge

I find that a " permanent " dc supply is increasingly  usefull on the workbench just like the mains outlets.
Just cant decide on the most useful voltage level to have around..5v, 12v...
A good power supply for Arduino and general micro-controller needs a current limit facility.
The limit only needs to be up to 2A and adjustable.
Any higher current then another 5V outlet to the higher current devices.
Tom... :)
Everything runs on smoke, let the smoke out, it stops running....

larryd

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Oct 07, 2018, 11:26 pm Last Edit: Oct 07, 2018, 11:27 pm by larryd
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