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Under Voltage/Over Voltage Cut Off Circuit (12vdc/120v/240v) [Project]
posted July 10 2014 14:17.42 by spic0m




An excellent, and simple circuit that can be used to prevent your 12V lead acid battery from excessive discharge, or over voltage. The same circuit as shown in the link without makers modifications as shown in the video, works for 120V/240V as well. An ideal 12v relay would have contacts rated between 3 and 10 amps, and require a LOW coil current.



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  • At 19 March 2016, 6:35:23 user ROHIT WALKAR wrote:   [reply @ ROHIT WALKAR]
    • will you give me the whole pdf report of this project consisting circuit diagram, theory, pcb layout ? please...












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