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, je sais qu'il est préférable d'alimenter l'arduino uno en v mais voilà, mes bandes de led sont en v puisje mettre un pont diviseur de tension directement entre l'alim et l'arduino pour abaisser la tension à v ? avec par exemple r=k & r=k ? edit : ca ne colle pas avec des 

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i am trying to power an arduino uno with a v battery. the problem here is that the uno uses v as its operating voltage and we need to use a power source that will last longer than an hour while sending wireless signals. a v battery will not last a full hour (as far as i know) so we are using a smaller 

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i am using a max,source driver and sink drivers to deliver the external v power supply to my display (segments require ma/v). therefore i beleive the arduino is only using v to power the max and small amps to open the source drive outputs. everything is working great right now.

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hi, i would like to fit both the arduino uno and a volt stepper motor into a single box with one powercord. output from the transformer is v, ma. how do i split that between the arduiono and motor, and will the arduino run on volts or do i have to decrease it to v? thanks, mike (beginner :) 

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if the v is plugged into the power input it will work as the suggested voltage is v. the preferred voltage is v. what will happen with v is that the regulator will run hotter than you really want. plug pack voltage also depends on load unless it is a switchmode supply. transformer supplies will get 

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if you are using a v psu to power the arduino, you are only going to get v out of the vout pin. the amps you are supplying isn't going to come out either, all you'll get is ~ma from the vout or ~ma from the digital pins. this is because of all the regulators. if you want to get the arduino to switch 

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as you have noted, many arduino (and clones) are rated for supply voltage up to v. but note that if you use v power, the onboard regulator will get rather hot. providing decent ventilation and maybe even extra heat sink would be a good idea.

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what happen if was connect v to arduino pro mini? music "no win" by silent partner #arduino.

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