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Design and Implementation of a 10Amp Linear Power Supply
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Record Infrared Codes of Any Remote Control Unit for Usage with Linux Infrared Remote Control (LIRC) on Raspberry Pi's GPIO-based Infrared Receiver
like one of the cooment bellow, i too need to use 3 batteries but 4P2T seems too scary for me but i hope someone can help me out with an alternative for my requirement. using DPDT (on-on-on) switch, how do i wire up to achieve the following positions (P) for batteries connected in parallel: P1 > 1 battery, P2 > 2 batteries, P3 > 3 batteries. so far i only have the image below to refer to and i hope someone here can show me how. thank you~