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leibniz81

Hello everyone. First of all, sorry for just asking questions lastly. I would to answer some but i´m a beginner in this world and I have less knowledge.

I have a big problem and i don´t know how to work it out. I had the intention to feed my lilypad in my project with 2 coin cell batteries ( 6V in total). But I realized that in the features of the lilypad say that It´s not recommended to feed with more that 5.5 V. And my question is, will there be a problem feeding with 6V?

My problem is that I designed the hardware taking into account the 5v of the usb of the computer provides and i don´t know if it will be enough with less voltage  such as the lipo batteries provide (3.7V)

Could anyone help me?

ehrja

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Dec 12, 2013, 10:04 am Last Edit: Dec 12, 2013, 10:13 am by ehrja Reason: 1
really?
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in the features of the lilypad say that It´s not recommended to feed with more that 5.5 V.


usually the feeding voltage is 3.3 or 5v try a power booster
check this out: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/11260
Hola buenos días!

leibniz81

Thanks erjha. At last I bought the same power booster but made for AAA battery. It suitables perfect with my project.

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