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Member Since: November 26, 2012

Country: United States

  • I just tried to use this as an arduino power source, intended for use in remote location project and it only stays on for about one to two minutes before it automatically turns off. I read above that you also are not supposed to be able to change the voltage while it is powering a device, and I could change it while the arduino was plugged into it. So maybe it isnt able to recognize that the arduino is plugged in? I’m not sure but would not recommend it for a remote arduino based project

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