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septillion

But on the other hand, how hard can it be to get a single 3-pole connector?
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larryd

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I need a case to be waterproof . . . 
Better settle for 'water resistant'.
Any displays, switches, or cable entries, all bets are off.


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No technical PMs.
The last thing you did is where you should start looking.

vorstendom

Yes, 3-pole connector is also an option...

well... I will see how I am going to do it. Wireless charging is also an option, very neat but much more expensive.

Thx a lot for all the feedback!!!

septillion

If you already need a connector for a led(connector) then I would not bother with wireless charging.

I would just use a 3-pole connector and be done with it. No complex schematic etc. Just use high side switching and bring that out together with Vcc and GND.
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