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Check the INA219 datasheet.
I checked it. It is the correct one.
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The .stl file is for one.
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I do not build things for viewers. I spend all my time creating videos.
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I think so
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Thanks. It really wasn't simple ;-)
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Look in the schematic
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You can dowload it in its original resolution. It is not that hard.
You can dowload the pictures
Awesome. Thanks for sharing.
The problem is that your 4.7mF cap can not supply energy for more than 3 seconds due to its low capacity. Try a supercap --> 1F-50F
Right above the list is a link to my instructables about the joule thief. There you can find those parts.
Watch my video about the joule thief.
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I am German ;-)
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