Member Since: November 7, 2009

Country: United States

  • News - Another Thursday New Prod… | about 3 years ago

    I really Enjoy these new product video’s , keep em coming

  • News - Happy Free Day | about 3 years ago

    I was hitting F5 for 2 hours and got to answer 2 questions near the end good for $20.
    I’m happy very with SF giving us the opportunity
    I’m sure they will improve on this next year.
    I wonder if all these new accounts will also
    translate in bigger sales for SF.
    Thx SF Team

  • Product COM-00674 | about 4 years ago

    Yes you can draw current with your circuit while the battery is Charging the max1555 is made for this purpose.
    Just make sure your Circuit takes less current
    than 100mA on USB or 350mA on Adapter, or the battery
    will not charge but drain.
    If you do this its always a good idea to monitor the
    battery voltage level as well.

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