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Subject: Re: looking for simplest LED flasher operate from 1v to 1.5v
Date: Wed, 25 Dec 2002 13:42:11 +0700
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I built a car kit charger with in 2 hrs.
And I can recharging easy while driving.
Just save my money.
Do u know some simple small circuit ?
Da Man wrote:
> "KL@*@(" wrote in message
> > Hi,
> > I looking for simplest LED flasher operate from 1v to 1.5v
> > The LM3909 is out of production since 1995.
> > I would like to flash LED 5mm 1 Hz by 1 AAA Ni-Mh to lie
> > the robber and mount in the car.
> Why would you use Ni Mh - they have a rapid self discharge, and why would
> you waste a recharable battery an something that rarely needs to be
> > It should run for 3 months to 6 months to replace new battery.
> > I don't want to use power from car because too complex for end user.
> > Thanks!
> > FOOK
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