Handy Motor

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krokodil
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Re: Handy Motor

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It is definitively better decision..... :-)
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Re: Handy Motor

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This topic is probably already resolved, but anyhow adding a comment - I used to be a big fan of 78XX power linear stabilizers until I found dx.com step down modules working with significantly smaller heat production (high frequency conversion). Although my expectations were not initially high, they really do what they are supposed to do and for very small cost. For example adjustable one http://www.dx.com/s/298894, you can find fixed output too. Of course, do not rely on mentioned current capability of 3A or similarly inflated parameters listed there, but voltage is OK and for small engines it should be sufficient.
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