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may I ask where you got that mini anvil?
elves' weapons. ;)
Sorry, didn't make it to the end of your Instructable about adding LED's.
So I was thinking you could add some flair (lol, 10 pieces of flair minimum*quote from a certain movie*) by cutting the sides of the enclosure out of some clear acrylic and adding a few LED's of your choice of color inside. Since the connection is going to be USB, 3.3 volts should be no problem to power a few LED's. Not to mention the clear acrylic sides would allow everyone to see your excellent handiwork inside the enclosure.
You can copy and paste url's no problem.
Question. So, as I turn the knob, the pot, the display will slowly rise in both voltage and amps until I get the desired amount? Since voltage and resistance are directly proportional, those numbers ( V and R) will always be related since 12 Volts = 1 Ampere? I'm still learning on my own and don't want to toast any tests I decide to try. Thanks! =)
One more question. What's the lowest voltage that I can dial in with this power supply? Thanks.
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