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Simple Joule Thief with through-hole Inductor Works Wonders [Project]
posted October 22 2014 19:35.36 by Giorgos Lazaridis




And its time to design the flash light for your upcoming camping excursion, and you want it to operate with minimum batteries, and you want it to be small, and though you know everything about joule thief you think that it is bulky due to the toroid inductor that you've seen used in other joule-thieves and so you reject it... and then Dangerous Tim comes with his instructable to remind you that in the year 2014 things can be smaller!



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