> but _I_ dunno now that would compare to a DC/DC
> convertor &tc w.r.t. power, heat, size, initial
> and running costs, and reliability, however ....?
as Brian Foster said, it depends on what you wnat
todo, what the spec of the power source and what the
spec of the souce is. what are the torlences ?
the cheepest way to to this is to build a dc/dc
converter, if is just a one off.... but youll need
some form of a multi meter.
a few suppiliers to check, all on line, for both
projects and prebuilt products
maplin.co.uk (in dublin, and blanch)
peats (peats of parnell st)
to a lesser degrese
hope this helps
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