On 28 April 2006 08:33, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Fri, 28 Apr 2006, Brendan Kehoe wrote:
>> > Anyone know of a device already available that would take a 12V DC
> > signal (like comes in a car's 12V adapter) and step it easily down
> > to 9V DC?
>> A transformer?
>> Make your own with a ring of (or a squared-off 'ring') of ferrous
> iron and two bits of a wire.
>> Rummage through junk electronics, you'll almost certainly find a
> small transformer. If it isn't of the stepping you like, rewind it.
Like I always say - beware of routing software developers
giving electronics advice :-)
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