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Started by teslahed, Wednesday,July 03, 2013, 21:54:32
QuoteFirst of all, the 5 volt power supply, thats easy, simple and cheap as chips, all you need is a small 3 legged voltage regulator called the 7805, this is an analog voltage regulator and doesnt create noise, and costs about 50p or less, just add a small .1uF cap on the input and output pins. If whatever you want to power, uses less then 100ma, then you can use the smaller and lighter 78L05 here is more info... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/78xx
Quote from: powerlord on Thursday,July 04, 2013, 18:58:40 I';d advise testing it for heat on the ground, especially if you haven';t matched the heatsink to the ic heat dissipation requirements - they do get very hot.
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