DC to DC converter

Hi ppl, for electronics A level coursework i am hoping to build a DC to Dc converter to use to power high power leds. As far as i understand it will convert DC to AC, use PWM to alter the current out, and then convert this back to DC giving a constant current out. These are available in devices (known as buckpucks) but for my coursework i hope to build a similar thing on Breadboard. This is really a question for the engineers and if they could give me some advice on anything to do with this it would be great! Thanks ppl

Topic by drummer ian 11 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


DC to DC Convertor?

Does anybody have a circuit that is able to turn solar power from a solar panel (preferably 1 watt) to make enough juice to recharge an iPad? The iPad requires 10 watts of power to charge. I wanted too use Adafruit's mintyboost but I don't think that has enough power to charge the iPad. Any suggestions?

Question by blinkyblinky 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


DC to DC UPS (Help!)

Hi i am trying to build a sort of DC TO DC ups for my modem/router, please look at the image attached for my project plan. I was able to find many charging circuits online but i cant understand what value relay and capacitor should be used. can any one help me with this project. Thanks in advance. http://i52.tinypic.com/v2v38n.jpg

Topic by spooge 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Arduino DC-DC converter? Answered

I have an Arduino project which drives a set of 12V LEDs using NPN transistors, I had been using the linear regulator on the Arduino to convert 12V to 5V for the Arduino and Ethernet shield, however I have some IL1205 DC-DC converters which could also be used, personally I think the IL1205s are the better option as they seem to dissipate less heat then the regulator on the board. Are there any other solutions to this, It would be ideal of I could power the entire project from a single 12V power supply, it also has to run continuously so must either produce little heat or be easy to dissipate the heat away from. Also because of the circuit I have to bridge the -Vin and -Vout terminals of the converter (for the transistors to work properly) I assume there is no problem in doing so. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Dan

Question by DanNixon 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


dc inductor

Do inductors work with pulsed dc? like would they become more resistive with frequency? Or would they do nothing because it's not ac and the electrons can't "bump" into eachother.

Topic by guyfrom7up 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


DC transformer? Answered

Transformers work with AC power, but can you use pulsed DC power to run one?

Question by Jimmy Proton 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


AC or DC? Answered

Is there a way to tell if something i AC or DC power if you dont know, my multimeter will read ac on the dc setting and vice versa.

Question by Jimmy Proton 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


DC power + or -? Answered

I have looked at lots of Instructables and websites, but there is a 50/50 split that power flows positive to negative and negative to positive. Which is it? I use both, depending on the circuit I am building it is easier to build one way over the other (NPN and PNP Transistors usually) But I have heard that it used to be thought that positive flowed to negative but I have since heard that the new idea is that it flows negative to positive. I know that everything is supposed to flow from higher concentration (+) to lower (-) but we could have batteries labeled wrong so I don't know. Very confused.

Question by Electric Spectre1 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


DC motor

I had a 220v angle grinder. It was burnt. I take the rotor of the grinder out. Its completely fine. Now i make a DC motor using this rotor and magnets(for field current). My question is, how much maximum DC volts this motor can take to get the maximum RPM. Because the motor was 220v AC, Will it run on 220v DC?

Question by Shezi007 11 months ago  |  last reply 11 months ago


dc motors

Hi: Can anyone tell me why my 24volt dc motor which I just got rebuilt will only work on 12 volts and immediatly overheats and stops with 24 volts? Thanks, Royal

Topic by cra 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


DC Motor

Hi Guys, I have a 15.6 volt dc motor taken out of a handheld vacuum cleaner. is this suitable to use in a small wind generator as a project with my kids. when i attach it to a power drill and spin it from the shaft i dont seem to get any power generation. If i connect it to a 12v battery is spins real fast. any help would be appreciated sam

Question by sam301 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


convert 5v DC to 3.3v DC?

Hello would somebody help me with this please, I am not much of a "electronic" kind of guy so this is a big problem for me. I lost the power adapter of our office router WRT54GC (linksys) and my boss has his finger cross on me. I only knew of its power which is 3.3volts 2A DC. From my location, it is very unlikely to obtain a replacement or an equivalent adapter. I have salvaged a power supply of and old printer that gives off 5.0V 2A DC but the router would not run with this voltage. I will really appreaciate it if somebody would be able to help with a step by step explaination on how to lower the 5v to 3.3V . Thank you very much.

Topic by gincasty 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Modifying a DC-DC boost circuit

I'm building a circuit that would run off roughly 7v and convert it to 12v using the LM2577 (LINK). the datasheet (LINK) provides an example circuit that will output 12v @ 800mA. I need a little more power than that. around 1.25 A. my question is that if the 100mH inductor was replaced with a larger one. say a 150mH one, would that increase the current output? i would also replace the 680uF cap with a bigger one to reduce ripple. FYI the LM2577 is rated to convert 3.5v-40v to 12v. any information or direction would be appreciated picture is from the national semiconductor datasheet page 3

Question by stapler117 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Desktop PC DC - DC UPS ?

This might sound stupid, but I was watching some guys build batteries to Electrical Cars using Laptop batteries like Tesla does (18650 battery Cells)  and I got thinking about creating an UPS for my PC. If Im not mistaken, most UPS convert AC to DC current and in a mains power loss they convert back DC to AC which is not very efficient I assume. So why not instead of going thru that process, why not power the PC components directly from the UPS in the event of a power loss or power supply failure?? My idea was to build a UPS that works completely on DC power, from its input to its output. So the PC power supply would charge it and the UPS would power the PC components in case of a power failure. I would be using this on a server so I dont need monitors or other stuff. All that would be require would be power regulators for 12V, 5V and 3.3V right? Wouldn't that be more efficient? (the battery would last longer due to less power loss on conversions I think)  And wouldn't it be cheaper?  Thanks, Ralms

Question by RicardoM146 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


how to reduce 5v dc to 2.5v dc?

I need to reduce a 5v power supply to 2,5 v for a certain application, I've got a converter that can do it, but want to do it using some electronics any ideas?

Question by fjchorn 7 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Amplify 1.5v DC to 5+v DC?

Hi, Anyone know if I can amplify 1.5v DC to 5+v DC (pretty much any value over 5 works) using the LM358 IC (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/9456)? The datasheet (http://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Components/General/LM358.pdf) specifies the power supply range as 3V to 32V however the input voltage range is -0.3V to 32V (top of datasheet page 2). I've done some googling but I'm still not sure about the difference between these two.  Any tips or links on wiring this guy up would be awesome, Thanks!

Topic by sciguy77 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


dc-dc Buck vs boost efficiency

Hi guys. When you  use solar panels and have gadgets with different voltage requirements  that you want to power up. I need atleast  2 different outputs, 5v and 12v  ,   so which is most efficient ,  12/15v panels that you  regulate to 5v , or  5v panels boosted  to 12v? is there any general advantage in either case and i,m talking about using  cheap ebay switch regulators / boost converters,  not anything expensive hi tech. regards

Topic by kristerh 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


ac too dc

Is there a way to convert dc too ac power?

Topic by minecraftpotato 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


DC motor regulation

I am planning to build a small gearbox that depends on a steady rpm from a 3V dc motor. I understand that the output rpms will change in correlation to the fluctuation of input power. My question is, if I used a regulator to regulate the input voltage from 5V to 3V, will that keep the motor rpms steady?

Topic by Tman179 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


DC To AC Converter?

Hello, It Is Now Summer where I live, and it is getting VERY hot. I Want to put in an Air Conditioner, but whenever I do, My electric bill goes through the roof! I have an old car part (Cannot remember what it is called, its the part that uses the turning engine to charge the battery or something like that... I Cant remember) and I would like to use that (made into a mini wind turbine) to charge my spare car battery, and use a DC to AC Power Converter to power the air conditioner... I Have an DC - AC converter, but its not powerful enough... I Need To Build One That Can Power The Air conditioner.... Soon... Its Starting To Get REALLY hot... Thanks...

Question by Tuckoguy 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Increasing DC voltage

I need to increase the voltage of a battery from ~30v to ~230v, the only way i can think of doing this is somehow pulsing the DC rapidly to create a sort of "pseudo AC" then using a standard transformer to increase the voltage, followed by the standard rectification process. My problem is how to pulse the DC (bearing in mind the pulse will probably need to be in the order of kHz, and the device being powered at 230v has a power rating of 400W) and how to after the rectification process implement a pwm system. In addition, the method of increasing the voltage strikes me as extremely inefficient, so if anyone has any other ideas I would be very great full. Thank you for any help you can provide.

Topic by csharpdeveloper 10 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


DC MOTOR CONTROLLER

RELATED TO DC MOTOR CONTROLLER (EV VEHICLES) 1: Need for large number of capacitors in the power circuit (store the charge and dissipate to which part of the component mosfet or diodes ??) ? 2: what are diodes parallel to the mosfets for ? ( other than preventing the back emf coming from the motor ) and is it have anything to do with firing angle ? 3:advantage of using many mosfets in parallel than using a single mosfet and on what basis must that mosfet chosen? I am from India a college student pursuing my electronics engineering and making motor controller,i am able to get all the circuit details and how the motor controller works but i have above few doubts

Topic by doraditya 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


DC time delay? Answered

Here's the situation-I close a switch completing a circuit,providing DC power to a load(6 volt,0.1 A).But I do not need the load to start functioning as soon as the switch is closed i.e,only after a delay of say..30 seconds.I googled for "Time delay circuits" but the ones I got were either dealing with AC or the transistor -capacitor(Time Constant) based circuits that makes a load function for a preset time after the circuit switch is opened.I think I could achieve this "pre-delay"  with elements such as transistors,resistors,capacitors etc. but I can't figure out how.Please suggest possible circuits that can be used to achieve my purpose.

Question by Adarsh_tronix 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Large DC motor

I'm looking for a relatively cheap motor that would be large enough to spin around a nerf Vulcan. I don't know much about what kinds of motors would be good, or where I could get them. From what I've found, they're not that common and they're super expensive. Does anyone know where I could get one for under 100 dollars? It doesn't need to be fast. Thank you in advance for your help.

Topic by alecnotalex 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Converting Dc to Ac

Ok this is my first post on this site so forgive me if i sound stupid...i like to tinker with things so just to tell a little about things i have done...completely rebuilt a pc..wired up an adapter for an old xbox to work on pc...the easier things....fixing frayed speaker wire....rebuilt/and upgraded a zune 30gb to zune 60gb the usual stuff...my most proud is overclocking my amd 64x2 4000+ to 2.9Ghz.....everyone said it couldnt be done...........anyways on to my question.......i want to know what all i will need to convert Dc to Ac power for a set of old desktop speakers i found in my closet.......i have an idea of what i want to be able to do.......put them in a backpack and make it portable.....currently i have two old 7.2v 1200mah Rc car batteries that i would like to use to power it.....and i also have a charger for them...it can charge and discharge...its old but works....so now my next step is what else am i going to need to complete this project...i dont know a whole lot about electricity but know enough to follow directions...if someone has already done this or knows how to and could walk me through what i need to do i would greatly appreciate it....

Topic by Celestial_Artisian 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


DC supply for inverter

Hello. I need to figure out the component values for a "simple" high current power supply... and whether the component costs would even be feasible. I plan on buying a 3Kw output 12 DC inverter for use in Spain. I have several US devices that I don't want to run off a step-down transformer as running them at 50Hz instead of 60Hz will cause heating and eventual failure (I experimented with my Technics power amp, it got very hot and started to smell, then the output went way down... it's now on the "one of these days I'll open this up and take a look" pile). So, what I need to design is a 220 to 12 volt/300 amp unregulated supply. Ideas, anyone?

Topic by tsmyles 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


DC Motor Problem?

Hi , to whoever is reading this .I wired 2  3v dc toy motors in series and I used about 4.5v as the power source. As I powered it up one motor spun fast and the other spun slower , so I thought the one running slower was defective an so I bought another motor and wired it in series with the  that was spinning fast and thought their speeds would be equalled, however the new one I bought started running faster and the old I one I had that spun faster began spinning slower than the new one. I tried the new one with the old one that had been spinning slower and arrived at the same result.. Could this be because I wired the motors in series ? I  Really need help s o please help me and thank you in advance and for taking the time the read this.

Question by Strontium 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


AC to DC Converter

Anyone know how to convert an AC to DC without using the Neutral Cable. Just a Single Live wire. Is there a way to split the incomeing Live wire to positive and negative phase and convert to DC from there? ANyone have any ideas?

Topic by Paradigm812 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Converting AC to DC

I have a single phase 3.5 hp AC motor, I would like to convert to a 12 volt DC.I'm no electrical expert but I think it can be done.From watching youtube vids and asking Mr. GoogleI understand a DC motor runs slower say 1750 rpm,where my AC motor spins at 3,450 rpm.I also understand a DC motor has brushes.Besides the speed being different, and changing the cord out,is there any reason WHY this couldn't be done?Any potential drawbacks?Any help or knowledgeable advice would be much appreciated.Thanks guys,skip

Question by xhdskip 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


WANTED: DC motor

I'm trying to build a wind turbine. If anybody has a DC motor from a old treadmill, electric scooter, etc. I would love to have it. The idea motor would be one with highest volts per rpm. That means low rpms and high volts. Let me know if you have something.

Topic by JSTArollin 6 years ago


sony dcs-w50?

Not only is my lcd screen cracked but my flash doesn't work, saw how to fix screen need instruction to fix flash in my camera,?????  HELP

Question by woody55 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


PIR DC Motor? Answered

Hi all, I am trying to set up a dc motor controlled by a PIR sensor using an arduino.  When the PIR sensor is triggered, I would like the motor to turn on for half a second and then off.  However, no matter what "delay" I write into the sketch, the motor always stays on for around four seconds.  Could someone please help me? The sketch I have written is below and have provided a picture of my set-up: const int pirPower = 12; const int pirIn = 13; int motorPin1 = 3; void setup(){ pinMode(pirPower, OUTPUT); pinMode(pirIn, INPUT); pinMode(motorPin1, OUTPUT); digitalWrite(motorPin1, LOW); digitalWrite(pirPower, HIGH); } void loop(){   int value= digitalRead(pirIn);     if (value == HIGH){       digitalWrite(motorPin1, HIGH);       delay(2000); //will not start if = 0-20.  The signal is stronger the higher the delay goes.  Time active remains the same.       digitalWrite(motorPin1, LOW);     } }

Question by Josh_Lucas 4 years ago  |  last reply 8 weeks ago



How to make an BJT astable multivibrator run faster than 30Khz that works?

I am working on a dc to dc converter and it works but it seems to me that when i go higher than that it doesn't work anymore. I am using two C945 transistors. The resistor values for R1 and R4 are 1K and for R2 and R3 are 15k . For the capacitors C1 is 2.2nf and 1nf for C1. i have tried putting in smaler capacitors and increasing the two base resistor values. BTW its for a dc to dc converter that im working on. I also have no idea how much inductance on the inductor is. I am try to step up 6V dc to 15 V. It works put its low on power thats what i want.

Question by josh1001 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


50 Watt LED Wired To DC/DC Converter

Hello, I want to wire a 50 watt led to run off of 12 volts.                                                                                                                                   here is info on components:                                                                                                                                                                                    50 watt led                                                                                                                                                                                                           forward voltage:30-36 Vdc                                                                                                                                                                                  forward current: 1750-3000mA                                                                                                                                                                                                                            DC/DC converter:                                                                                                                                                                                                  input volts: 12DC                                                                                                                                                                                                      output volts: 48DC                                                                                                                                                                                              output current:3A                                                                                                                                                                                                Can I use resistors to make this work?                                                    

Topic by flatfish 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Does a 12V DC motor output DC current? ?

I am doing a science fair project that involves a solar panel, connected to a charge controller, connected to a 12V battery, connected to a switch system that can either go to a flywheel with a 12V DC motor or straight to a DC to AC inverter which leads to light standard light bulbs. The system worked (light bulbs lit) when I connected the panel to the controller to the battery to the inverter. However, when I had the battery power the flywheel and then have the flywheel output its energy to the inverter, the inverter shut down and would not work (red alarm went off). The flywheel is producing more than 10V (starts at about 11V) for at least 30 seconds, and the inverter's low voltage shut down in 10.5 plus or minus 5 volts. So why doesn't it work? Is the inverter messed up or is the flywheel outputing AC power? Also, when I connected the solar panel to the charge controller to the flywheel, the charge controller completely shut off. Are charge controllers not able to be directly linked to motors? And if I tried to directly connect the solar panel (which has 20V) to the flywheel (with a 12V motor), without a charge controller in between, what would happen?

Question by valmic 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


How to step down 110V DC to 46V DC?

Little about the beast: This is a home build rectifier made of x6 KBPC3506 which comes out to total capable throughput  of 210Amp This THING connects to an outlet via thick power cable. I measured the output when plugged and it is 110V DC. So this got me thinking is there an easy way to step down 110V DC to like 46V or 60V? WHY? Well I have an electric e-bike and just as a fun project I wanted to see if it is possible to replace the battery with portable gasoline generator and then AC 110V from generator turn it to DC and step it down to a little more than 46V. Of course I will have little baggie at the back of the bike :-)

Question by Redion 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Circuit Design for DC to DC Buck-Boost Converter

Sir, I am Anand from india, I will made a project based on bicycle. I have take 5 to 80v From my Bicycle pedals. Generator power is in AC 3-Phase. I want to made next step. in this I want to this 3-Phase AC 5 to 80V are constant At 48V DC. I put the 4 batteries in series. 12V 20Ah battery I use. I want to charge this batteries please help me. Thank you.

Question by AnandC10 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Circuit Design for DC to DC Buck-Boost Converter

Sir, I am Anand from india, I will made a project based on bicycle. I have take 5 to 80v From my Bicycle pedals. Generator power is in AC 3-Phase. I want to made next step. in this I want to this 3-Phase AC 5 to 80V are constant At 48V DC. I put the 4 batteries in series. 12V 20Ah battery I use. I want to charge this batteries please help me. Thank you.

Topic by AnandC10 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


high capacity joule thief/dc-dc converter

I'm trying to make a dc-dc converter with the following characteristics: Output = 5V regulated at up to 30mA = 150mW Input 1V (or lower) from a slightly flat AAA. Assuming a pessimistic circuit efficiency of 50%, then the input current would need to be 150mW / 0.5 / 1v =  300mA which I think a AAA is capable of supplying. I'm using a variation of "led torch circuit 2" from http://www.talkingelectronics.com/projects/LEDTorchCircuits/LEDTorchCircuits-P1.html, but I've replaced with the 1n4148 with a schottky diode and replaced the 2 LEDs and 29R resistor with a 5k6 and 1k resistor respectively; this should limit the output of the circuit to just under 5v. I have a 150R resistor to provide a 30mA load to the circuit. When the input is 2.4V, the output is 4.62V which is close enough to 5v for me.  But if I decrease the input voltage to 1.14V, then the output voltage falls to 2.7V which is not enough. I have tried half a dozen hand wound transformers with various turns ratios, wire thicknesses and shapes (slug and toroid) but am unable to achieve 5v out (at 30mA) from 1v in. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what to adjust, or perhaps a better circuit?

Topic by GrotBox 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


DIY 9V DC to 110V AC inverter, and/or 9V DC to 19V DC transformer?

Hi, I want to build a 9V/110V DC/AC inverter, so I can power up things like my laptop with a car lighter socket. It would be always nice to be able to use electronics in the car when I'm traveling... What kind of components will I need and how would the schematic looks like? If DC/AC is a hard task, how would I go about building a 9V/19V DC/DC transformer so I can at least power up my laptop on the go?

Question by ddolbi1 7 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


How to convert 9 V dc to 1.5 V dc?

Question by rdolor 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


how can i drop 1A dc to 500ma dc? Answered

I have an AC-DC power supply with voltages of DC 3 - 4.5 - 6 - 7.5 - 9 - 12V and 1000ma and i want to drop this down to 500ma!

Question by thecookiemonster 9 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


need to covert 6v dc to 12v dc for CB radio

I want to build a 6-12v dc converter so I can use a CB or FM radio in an antique car (1930).  The car uses 6v positive ground power. There are small commercial units available for about $100  but there's got to be a less expensive alternative. Thanks!

Question by beast_3 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


How do I build a DC-DC boost converter?

Hey Guys! I want some advice regarding boost converters. I want to charge a capacitor rated for 450v 1150uF using a boost converter with input voltage >12 volts. What kind of inductor values will I need? What should be the duty cycle and frequency of the square wave generator? And is there any formula to calculate this or a calculator? Thanks in advance, IndianHacker002

Question by IndianHacker002 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Need help with 12V solar power DC to DC converter

Hi all,I need help with a solar power I purchased from Ebay. I've been looking for a solution to this everywhere but I couldn't find anything and the ebay sellers support isn't that good.the solar charger is this: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih;=020&sspagename;=STRK%3AMEWN%3AIT&viewitem;=&item;=300109488427&rd;=1&rd;=1and alsohttp://www.powerinverter-kr.com/wbyy/imgs/12W_12V.gifThis is a 12V solar panel. Does anyone know any device that can convert this 12v to 5v?I'm also confused about the Working voltage" "open voltage" this solar panel is 1. Voc: 19-21V2. Vop: 14.5V 3. Current: 0.7-0.8AI'm looking for ways to use this to charge my pocket pc which is Dell Axim and accepts 5V input. Is there anyway to use this device to charge dell axim? The plug from the solar charger is a basic fork which accepts different tips as seen on the page.. I'm looking to come up with a solution that'll let me change the voltage from 12v to 9v, 7v, 5v and on.

Topic by turgan 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Lead-acid 12V-DC to 5V-DC for ATmega328 (SAFELY)

Hi all! I am currently designing a simple electronic device which uses Arduino-software. It needs to be connected to a car (Lead-Acid) battery of 12V and be stepped down to 5V for my ATmega328 to be powered. I read that I must use a "Standard 7805 5V regulator" for this. My question is, will it be able to cope with the heat? Must I put a heat-sink on it and/or is the regulator even "big" enough for this? I figured that using two regulators in parallel, might halve the current and help prevent over-heating. (http://www.sparkfun.com/products/107) Another thing is, how could I go ahead and setup a small NiMH battery charger for this device which works like this: It runs of the car battery at all times and keeps the backup NiMH battery fully charged - as soon as the car battery gets disconnected, it switches over to the NiMH cells. (I will be using 4 of these for my backup-battery-pack http://www.sparkfun.com/products/335) See my attached schematic of what I have in mind, please tell me what you think about it. I have too little knowledge of electronics to solve this problem myself, but if you can point me in the right direction at least, I will try and figure it out from there. Thank you for your time!

Topic by louwhopley 7 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


DC Motor- dead or alive?

I've got a DC motor from a treadmill that when I spin it generates a small voltage then drops off to zero even as the motor continues to spin. Is it shot? Can it be repaired, if so, at what cost.?

Question by haroun 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Connect a DC plug to a Timer?

I have 2 strands of led lights that go up a Flagpole on my rv, I am trying to figure out how to connect a timer through the DC Plug Thanks in advance Mike

Question by quine9 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


DC power electric controls

I have a great idea and looking for a type of DC electric control that can handle a charging system and power release . IS THIS POSSIBLE !! and can there be a program written that can control the amount of dc power released? of course i want to control multiple incoming power sources and release the energy it creates.   ANY AND ALL IDEAS WELCOMED!

Topic by ramonc123 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago