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Hi folks.

I'm not very good in electronics, so I'll be very grateful, if you answer my question.

I want to use LilyTiny (http://lilypadarduino.org/?p=523) with non-Arduino components, which require AAA batteries or similar voltage power-source. Can this microcontroller stand the voltage?
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Looks like it would be fine with 2 battery or 3 battery packs. (3V or 4.5V)
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Thanks. Just what I needed;)
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