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From: "PCS Electronics"
Subject: Re: how to operate a battery-powered device from DC wall wart?
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Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 12:41:48 +0100
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Its probably safe to assume that this thing isn't using much current.
How long does the battery last?
Using a 1.5V DC power supply, rated at least at 100mA, is likely to
satisfy your needs completely.
I would recommend you to check the wall wart with digital voltmeter
before you use it. It might be putting out more than 1.5V.
Wall warts are, usually, cheap and low quality crap so you have to be a little
carefull with them.
What is inside this little gadget of yours? Just motors? Any electronics?
Marko - PCS Electronics
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> Hi. I have this little battery-powered motor system which runs on a
> 1.5V C-cell battery. I'm curious what the best way to determine the
> device's current and voltage needs would be, and then how I would go
> about creating a simple interface to a wall wart transformer in place
> of the battery.
> The reason for this request is that I'm doing a lot of research and
> development with this thing, and I'm just eating through batteries
> left and right. :(
> Any information on C-cell batteries, battery power -> dc power supply
> conversions, or anything that you think is related to my situation,
> would be greatly appreciated.
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