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Subject: Re: Battery Circuit
Date: Sat, 2 Nov 2002 13:41:12 -0600
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I know the useable range, I need to know how low the
battery voltage can go under load without damage to
the SLA battery.
"Rene Tschaggelar" wrote in message
> Assume the useable range as 10.6 - 13.2V
> tim wrote:
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> > I'm trying to design a low voltage drop out circuit for a 12 V 5 Ah
> > But I do not know at what voltage the drop out should occur. I would
> > like to know if 9 volts is a good point or is that too low.
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