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tank you very much for your help!
thx for your reponse! 2 questions for you! 1: do you use a fuse behind 110v for protect your project?2: can you propose the module 110v to 5v and 5v to 3.3v?thx!
thx for your answer! 2 questions for you!1: do you use a fuse behind 110v for protect your project?2: can you propose the module 110v to 5v and 5v to 3.3v on ebay ? that 120v to 5v its ok?http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-AC-DC-Power-Supply-Buck-...that 5v to 3.3v its ok?http://www.ebay.com/itm/DC-DC-5V-36V-to-3-3V-6V-12V-24V-5A-Buck-Step-Down-Converter-Module-Car-Voltage-/231741884260?hash=item35f4e48764:g:4fIAAOSw5VFWOdwrthx!
sorry for double postbut i change my 5v to 3.3v for this its ok?.http://www.ebay.com/itm/5-PCS-DC-5V-to-3-3V-Step-Down-Power-Supply-Module-AMS1117-3-3-LDO-800MA-/271967988583?hash=item3f528e2b67:g:xJgAAOSwDN1UPkFS
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Hi! thanks a lot for your post.I have a question for you.If you when remove a second source(5v arduino + 110v for relay) can i split 1 110v cable? 1 for switch and 1 for arduino + power supplies (110vac to 5vdc)?thx a lot!
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