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August 10, 2007
News - Free Day 2012 is Under Wa…
about 4 years ago
It doesn’t update on the entry page, you have to come back to the homepage to get it updated… probably a bug.
WOOT. Got one. Now to decide what I want. :D
Yes, captchas suck, but scripts eating up all the $$ sucks too…. I kinda like the random picking idea, just something different.
Good luck all, and thanks Sparkfun.
about 6 years ago
Thanks for that link. That was really helpful for getting the components right. Far easier than dealing with the math myself. :) I did spot check it, but it worked fine. I built it, and my first switching regulator works great. 14V to 3.3V step down, now on to the XBee modules.. :)
about 7 years ago
I won’t claim to know how it works inside, but the open circuit voltage is 8.5V. I think it has some kind of current protection built in as well. I put my ammeter probes on it directly and it registers about 2A for a second then cuts off.
A datasheet on these things would be nice. I’d love to know the max current draw and details of any protection/voltage regulation circuit that might live in there.
They are very light compared to alkaline. I have more testing to do, but I think these will make nice batteries for my rocket electronics. :)
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