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Tiny Battery Check Circuit [Project]
posted September 29 2014 17:32.43 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This 9-parts battery tester will definitely work for you if you need a battery indicator for your project. A voltage divider is used to set the voltage threshold. You can follow this link to get the schematics and the formula to calculate the voltage threshold. Enjoy.



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